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25th Jun to 29th Jun, 2024Moderate Budget Flight
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Estimated Budget
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INR 123,000 - 162,000View Breakdown

Things to do in Macau in June

Day 1 - Tuesday 25th, Jun
morning -

Arrive at Macau International Airport

afternoon -

Visit the Ruins of St. Paul and enjoy local street food at Rua do Cunha

evening -

Dine at Fernando's Restaurant for Portuguese cuisine

Day 2 - Wednesday 26th, Jun
morning -

Explore A-Ma Temple and Maritime Museum

afternoon -

Taste local street food at Red Market and visit Mandarin's House

evening -

Dine at Largo do Senado for authentic local cuisine

Day 3 - Thursday 27th, Jun
morning -

Relax at Hac Sa Beach and visit the Macau Giant Panda Pavilion

afternoon -

Try local delicacies at Taipa Village and explore Taipa Houses-Museum

evening -

Experience Macau's vibrant nightlife at Cotai Strip

Day 4 - Friday 28th, Jun
morning -

Hike at Coloane Trail and visit Tam Kung Temple

afternoon -

Relish seafood at Fernando's and explore Coloane Village

evening -

Enjoy sunset at Cheoc Van Beach

Day 5 - Saturday 29th, Jun
morning -

Shop for souvenirs at Senado Square and visit Macau Museum

afternoon -

Savor a traditional Portuguese lunch at António

evening -

Enjoy the Macau skyline and city lights at Macau Tower

Weather in Macau in Invalid date
Avg Temp23°C to 29°C
Chance of Rain20%
SeasonSummer

June is a warm and humid month in Macau, with average temperatures ranging from 23°C to 29°C. The chance of rain is relatively low, but it's always a good idea to pack a light jacket or umbrella just in case. The UV index is high, so be sure to wear sunscreen and sunglasses when you're outdoors. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Things to Carry on your trip to Macau

Clothing & Apparel

Lightweight, breathable clothing -

Macau's weather is warm and humid year-round. Pack light fabrics like cotton, linen or silk to stay comfortable.

Comfortable walking shoes -

You'll be doing a lot of walking in Macau. Make sure to pack comfortable shoes with good support.

Swimsuit -

If you're planning on visiting any of Macau's beaches or pools, pack a swimsuit.

Light jacket or cardigan -

Evenings in Macau can be cool, so pack a light jacket or cardigan to keep warm.

Formal attire -

If you're planning on visiting any of Macau's casinos or fine dining restaurants, pack formal attire.

Accessories

Sunglasses -

Macau's sun can be intense, so pack sunglasses to protect your eyes.

Hat -

A hat will help to keep you cool and protect your head from the sun.

Scarf -

A scarf can be used to protect your neck from the sun or to add a touch of warmth in the evening.

Small umbrella -

Macau's weather is unpredictable, so pack a small umbrella in case of rain.

Travel-sized toiletries -

Pack travel-sized toiletries to save space in your luggage.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa (if required) -

Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your date of arrival in Macau. If you need a visa, apply for it in advance.

Travel insurance -

Travel insurance will protect you in case of lost luggage, medical emergencies, or other unexpected events.

Currency -

The official currency of Macau is the pataca (MOP). You can exchange currency at banks, exchange bureaus, and hotels.

Credit cards and debit cards -

Credit cards and debit cards are widely accepted in Macau.

First-aid kit -

Pack a small first-aid kit to treat minor injuries.

Good to have

Travel pillow -

A travel pillow will help you to sleep comfortably on the plane or bus.

Travel guidebook -

A travel guidebook will help you to plan your trip and learn more about Macau's history and culture.

Camera -

A camera will help you to capture your memories of Macau.

Small backpack or daypack -

A small backpack or daypack will be useful for carrying your essentials while you're exploring Macau.

Reusable water bottle -

Macau's tap water is safe to drink, so pack a reusable water bottle to stay hydrated.

Electronics

Smartphone -

Your smartphone will be useful for staying connected, navigating Macau, and taking photos.

Laptop or tablet -

A laptop or tablet will be useful for staying connected, working, or watching movies.

Universal travel adapter -

A universal travel adapter will allow you to charge your electronics in Macau.

Power bank -

A power bank will help you to keep your electronics charged while you're on the go.

Noise-canceling headphones -

Noise-canceling headphones will help you to relax and sleep on the plane or bus.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and credit cards are widely accepted throughout Macau. However, it's always a good idea to have some local currency on hand for small purchases.

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Budget for Macau in Jun, 2024
  • Budget
  • Tips to Save Money
INR123,000 - 162,000

Approximate Budget Range for your trip.

Travel Expenses Breakdown
Flight
INR 50,000- 60,000
Food
INR 32,000- 40,000
Hotel
INR 15,000- 20,000
Local Travelling
INR 3,000- 5,000
Activities
INR 20,000- 32,000
Miscellaneous
INR 3,000- 5,000
Simple Tips to save money while travelling to Macau
  • Try to book flights and accommodations in advance to get the best deals.
  • Make use of public transportation to save on local travel costs.

*Disclaimer - Please note that the travel budget suggestions provided by Trip Garuda are generated through AI algorithms based on available data and user input. While we strive for accuracy, these estimates may not reflect real-time pricing or unforeseen expenses. We recommend using these figures as a general guide and encourage you to conduct further research and budgeting based on your specific travel requirements.