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17th Apr to 23rd Apr, 2024Moderate Budget Flight
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Things to do in Macau in April

Day 1 - Wednesday 17th, Apr
morning -

Arrive at Macau International Airport and check into the hotel. Head to Taipa Village for a traditional Macanese breakfast at the famous San Hou Lei. Take a stroll around the historic streets and enjoy the colonial architecture.

afternoon -

Visit the Museum of Taipa and Coloane History to learn about the local culture and history. Try some local street food at the nearby Taipa Food Street.

evening -

Enjoy a romantic dinner at António, renowned for its authentic Portuguese cuisine and cozy ambiance.

Day 2 - Thursday 18th, Apr
morning -

Visit the Ruins of St. Paul's, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and explore the surrounding Senado Square. Stop by Lord Stow's Bakery for their famous egg tarts.

afternoon -

Savor a traditional Macanese lunch at Riquexo, known for its home-style cooking and warm hospitality.

evening -

Take a scenic evening walk along the Nam Van Lake, and then indulge in some street food at Red Market for dinner.

Day 3 - Friday 19th, Apr
morning -

Travel to Coloane Village and visit the iconic A-Ma Temple, dedicated to the seafarer's goddess. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at Lord Stow's Garden Cafe.

afternoon -

Relax at Hac Sa Beach, known for its black sand and tranquility. Enjoy a seafood lunch at Fernando's, a popular beachside restaurant.

evening -

Head back to Macau and explore the local markets at Senado Square for some shopping and street food dinner.

Day 4 - Saturday 20th, Apr
morning -

Visit the Macau Museum to delve into the rich history and heritage of the region. Enjoy a dim sum brunch at Tim Ho Wan, famous for its Michelin-starred affordable cuisine.

afternoon -

Explore the Mandarin's House, a well-preserved traditional Chinese residential complex. Savor a late lunch at Wong Kun Sio Kung, known for its authentic Cantonese cuisine.

evening -

Stroll through the charming streets of the St. Lawrence district and enjoy a delightful dinner at Restaurante Litoral for a taste of authentic Macanese cuisine.

Day 5 - Sunday 21st, Apr
morning -

Spend the morning at The Venetian Macao, explore the Grand Canal Shoppes, and take a gondola ride. Indulge in a sumptuous buffet breakfast at Bambu, a popular restaurant in The Venetian.

afternoon -

Experience the thrill of the world's highest figure-8 Ferris wheel, the Golden Reel. Enjoy a diverse lunch at Studio City Macau, known for its variety of culinary options.

evening -

Dine at North, famous for its modern Asian cuisine and panoramic views of the city at night.

Day 6 - Monday 22nd, Apr
morning -

Indulge in a couple's spa treatment at the luxurious Banyan Tree Spa, featuring traditional Asian therapies and serene ambience.

afternoon -

Relax by the poolside at the hotel and enjoy a leisurely lunch at the poolside restaurant.

evening -

Experience a romantic sunset cruise along the Pearl River and enjoy a private dinner onboard with stunning views of Macau's skyline.

Day 7 - Tuesday 23rd, Apr
morning -

Explore the traditional Red Market and try some local street food for breakfast.

afternoon -

Visit the lively Three Lamps District and indulge in a variety of local snacks and delicacies.

evening -

Dine at Largo do Senado, known for its vibrant food stalls and bustling atmosphere, offering a wide range of local culinary delights.

Day 8 - Wednesday 24th, Apr
morning -

Check out from the hotel and head to Macau International Airport for the departure flight back to Mumbai, India.

afternoon -

Departure flight from Macau International Airport.

evening -

Arrival in Mumbai, India.

Weather in Macau in Invalid date
Avg Temp18°C to 28°C
Chance of Rain25%
SeasonSpring

Macau's weather in April is generally warm and humid, with occasional showers. Expect temperatures between 18-28 degrees Celsius (64-82 degrees Fahrenheit). The average chance of rain is around 25%. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Travel eSims for Macao

*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Macau

Clothing & Apparel

Light t-shirts -

Pack light and breathable fabrics for Macau's subtropical climate.

Shorts and skirts -

For exploring Macau's streets and parks.

Comfortable shoes -

For walking around the city.

Light sweater or jacket -

For evenings or cooler weather.

Swimsuit -

If you plan on visiting the city's beaches.

Accessories

Sunglasses -

For protection from the sun.

Hat -

For sun protection and for shade.

Small backpack or daypack -

For carrying essentials while exploring.

Reusable water bottle -

To stay hydrated throughout the day.

Travel-sized toiletries -

To keep your essentials organized.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa (if required) -

For entry into Macau.

Travel insurance -

For peace of mind in case of unexpected events.

Credit cards and cash -

For making purchases.

Local currency -

For smaller purchases and tips.

First-aid kit -

For minor emergencies.

Good to Have

Travel guide or guidebook -

For information on attractions and activities.

Universal travel adapter -

For charging electronics.

Noise-canceling headphones -

For blocking out noise on flights or in crowded areas.

Small umbrella -

For protection from rain or sun.

Reusable shopping bags -

For carrying souvenirs and purchases.

Electronics

Smartphone -

For communication, navigation, and photos.

Camera (optional) -

For capturing memories.

Laptop or tablet (optional) -

For entertainment and work.

Power bank -

For charging electronics on the go.

Travel router (optional) -

For creating a personal Wi-Fi hotspot.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Credit cards and cash are commonly accepted in Macau. However, it's always a good idea to have some local currency on hand for small purchases and tips.

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