Macau is situated about 60 km southwest of Hong Kong (or roughly a one-hour ride by ferry), making Hong Kong an ideal starting point for a day-trip to explore the former Portuguese colony.
How to Get to Macau
Macau is the neighbor of Hong Kong and there are several ways (e.g. Ferry, Helicopter) to get to Macau depending on your time, budget and preferences.
Macau is not a very big city. If you arrange your route properly, you can easily visit most of the famous sightseeing places within one or two days.
Macau has lots of famous food, such as pork chop buns, African Chicken, Portuguese egg tart, almond biscuit, pork jerky as well as Galinha Portuguesa.
2012 Macau Michelin Guide
There are many restaurants and hotels of Macau are included in the Michelin Guide in 2012, which is famous for the guides of travel, tourism, especially food.