Win A Luxury Holiday To Macao
Hawes & Curtis has teamed up with the Macao Government Tourism Office and The Holiday Place to offer one lucky winner the chance to discover Macao, one of Asia's most exciting destinations. The prize includes a pair of return flights from London to Hong Kong and a four-night stay at the luxury five-star JW Marriott Hotel Macau plus a £500 Hawes & Curtis voucher!
Just 40 miles from Hong Kong, Macao is one of Asia’s most exciting destinations boasting a unique Portuguese-Chinese heritage dating back to the 16th Century, exquisite food, world-class hotels, a sparkling skyline and incredible nightlife. Visitors can explore a maze of streets, Baroque churches and Taoist temples, which are all walking distance from each other.
Dining in Macao is a truly unique experience with a diverse food scene which includes Michelin starred restaurants, Chinese street stalls and some of the best Portuguese food outside Portugal. Its influences from east and west also include the local Macanese cuisine, one of the world’s first fusion cuisines, which combines Portuguese, Indian, South American, African, Malaysian and Chinese flavours. With Macao now firmly on the map as one of Asia’s greatest gourmet getaways, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
As night falls, Macao comes to life with an impressive selection of nightclubs, bars, casinos and outstanding shows including the spectacular The House of Dancing Water. Highlights of the vibrant club scene include Pacha Macao which brings a taste of Ibiza nightlife to Macao, and Club Cubic, which regularly welcomes DJ's of international acclaim, while a rooftop bar is the perfect choice for an al fresco cocktail. With Macao’s sparkling skyline as the backdrop, the scene is set for an evening to remember.
From spectacular views and the world’s highest bungee jump at the 338m Macao Tower to the lovable residents at the Giant Panda Pavilion, Macao has something for everyone. Head south for picturesque hills and villages, valleys and beaches in which to relax and re-charge. Or visitors can “shop ‘til they drop” at one of the bustling markets or designer malls. Key highlights of the year include the Macao Grand Prix which takes place every November, on one of the most challenging street circuits in the world.