Better known as Asia's very own Las Vegas, Macau was once a Portuguese colony as evidenced by its architecture around this relatively small country. They might be better known for their casinos, but there's a bit of heritage to be discovered around every bend.
Head to Senado Square and visit the iconic Ruins of St. Paul, but don't forget to pick up one of the famous Portuguese egg tarts along the way. If you don't want to gamble, it's always a good idea to visit The Venetian for a relaxing canal cruise on your own gondola. For a show-stopping performance, catch The House of Dancing Water at the City of Dreams!