Macao? Adults only? Where on earth did you get that idea, because the truth is that Macao – in addition to being delicious, festive, and oh-so-vibrant – is totally kid-friendly and heaps of fun for the little ones.

It’s safe, friendly, and has attractions coming out of it’s you know what – streets, resorts and towers guys, streets, resorts and towers!

But don’t take my word for it.

Come along with me for a few minutes and discover why Macao is a destination for the whole family…

 

1. RIDES, MAGIC AND 4D AT STUDIO CITY

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Warning: You’re going to have serious trouble pulling the kids out of this world of fun, because spending a day at Studio City is basically like having all your Christmases at once!

There’s riding Golden Eye, the world’s highest figure eight Ferris wheel; going on a 4D flight simulation ride through Gotham City on the new Batman Dark Flight ride; and oohing and ahhing at the House of Magic.

Fun times indeed!

 

2. MACAU TOWER: TAKE A WALK IN THE CLOUDS

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Mum, dad, kids: Fancy taking a stroll on top of the world?!

The Skywalk at Macau Tower is 233 metres tall and offers unparalleled views of the surrounding city, all whilst you’re all harnessed in and totally safe.

Are you game?

 

3. SPLASH AND SLIDE AT GALAXY MACAU

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After walking on clouds, take the kids to The Grand Resort Deck at Galaxy Macau for a splash, paddle and ride in the wave pool. Also on the grounds are waterslides, an adventure rapids pool, and a kids aquatic play area for the younger ones.

For mum and dad, a relaxing poolside drink is definitely in the cards – score!

 

4. IT’S PLAY AT THE PARISIAN’S QUBE KINGDOM

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Measuring nearly two square kilometres of indoor and outdoor space, the Qube Kingdom at The Parisian features climbing nets, slides, a ball pit, gaming consoles and even a mini carousel ride!

So let the kids exhaust themselves in this ultimate playground and kick back with a coffee and a book.

 

5. TAKE A GONDOLA RIDE AT THE VENETIAN

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You don’t need to go all the way to Italy to take a gondola ride… Nope, you can do that in Macao!

Fun for the whole family (and romantic for mum and dad), a trip to multi-cultural Macao wound’t be complete without a relaxing ride on a gondola at The Venetian.

 

6. DANCING WATER AND CUDDLY PANDAS

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Last but certainly not least, The House of Dancing Water spectacular and the Panda Pavilion are two attractions you must absolutely tick off the family bucket-list in Macao.

Kids will love the colourful, almost magical performance of the show probably as much as they’ll love watching and learning about cuddly pandas.

To plan your next holiday to Macao and get even more inspiration on where to take the kids, visit www.visitmacao.com.au.

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