Macau at night

Discussion in 'Macau' started by budse, Feb 3, 2010.

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  1. budse

    budse New Member

    Hi all,

    My friend and I have plan go to Macau and the flight is arrived around 2 am in the morning/night.
    Do you have any suggestion where I can spend our night before check-in the hotel in afternoon (around 2pm)? of course we will bring our big luggage as well.

    Thank you all in advance.
     
  2. Ruby

    Ruby Guest

    Hi there,

    I am a bit confused with your question, can you clarify so I can help you out? Are you looking for suggestions on hotel accommodations in Macau?
     
  3. budse

    budse New Member

    Hi Travadvice360,

    Let say we will arrive to Macau at 2am (in morning) by flight, and we can only check in the hotel on afternoon, right? maybe around 2 or 3pm (afternoon).

    So we have around 12 hours before we check in the hotel. During that time where we can go or spend with our luggage with us. Please kindly help if you have any suggestion. Thank you.
     
  4. Ruby

    Ruby Guest

    Okay, I see what you mean now, thanks for clarification!

    My suggestion would be to leave your luggage at the luggage storage in the Departure Level of the Macau International Airport. I believe it is around MOP20.00 per item (around $2.50)

    This way you can move around more freely. Since you are arriving in Macau at 2am, one of the best things you can do is to spend some time at a bar or club.
     
  5. budse

    budse New Member

    wow..sound great that the airport have such luggage storage service.
    do you have any suggestion which club or bar those nearest to the airport?

    how about go to casino in Venetian Macau? do they open 24 hrs?

    thanks
     
  6. Ruby

    Ruby Guest

    The airport does have bars where you could stay too. The Venetian Macau Hotel Resort Casino is actually not far from the airport and opens 24 hours.

    The casino is not far at all neither, just 6 minutes drive. Apart from gambling, the casino has lounges and bars where you can relax.
     
  7. budse

    budse New Member

    thank you for all the information.
     
  8. Liz

    Liz New Member

    Hi, I have the same situation here, will arrive in macau at 2am. Thanks for the above info, very helpful! May I also just ask, will there be any shuttle services to bring us to the casinos at this late hour? Or are these casinos within walking distance from the ferry terminal? Thank you in advance! =)
     
  9. Ruby

    Ruby Guest

    Hi Liz,

    The Venetian Macau Hotel Resort Casino is just a short driveway from the terminal.
     
  10. BlackEyes

    BlackEyes New Member

    Well, that bar or restaurant idea seems to be tiring for someone who just got in a flight. Why not relax at a spa or just gamble if you have the money. Well, don't loose too much though. Anyways, if you are a high roller and you get to win some pot, some hotels are generous enough to give high rollers free accommodations. That is if you win.

    Yes, there are shuttle buses if you would like to visit Venetian or other hotels with casino. Maybe the best thing to do is to contact your hotel and ask them you'll leave your luggage. So that when you return for check in, you don't need to worry to carry all those things back on your hotel.
     
  11. BlackEyes

    BlackEyes New Member

    Since you will be arriving at 2 AM, it's unlikely that you won't likely go around a lot. I would suggest that you head to a restaurant instead.

    There are also several performing grounds that you can go to in the city for a more relaxing wait.
     
  12. skybsky

    skybsky New Member

    I'm going to Hong Kong for 5 weeks and I'll basically be traveling on my own for the most part. While there I want to visit Macau on my own...the thing is my dad doesn't want me to, he says is dangerous??

    So what's up with Macau? I'm not going to be gambling. I just want to walk around at night, take some nice pictures, and see how things are like there. any thoughts?
     
  13. Jenna

    Jenna Moderator

    Macau is a nice place and well known for gambling obviously, but not for being dangerous. I think your dad may have watched too many TVB drama series about Macau's loan sharks.

    Day time, Macau is great but night time is slightly a different story depending on where you go, but then again all major cities have dodgy areas, right?

    what I'd say is that if you're going to be travelling all by yourself just stay out of dark alleys or places with little or no people around. Don't parade around in expensive stuff including clothes/excessive jewelry, or you'll be asking to be mugged.
     

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