Macau Outer Harbour Activities
What to Do in Macau Outer Harbour
The cluster of casinos around the Old Harbour ensures that putting a bet on and walking back into the realms of the flashing lights and racing energy is done in an instant. Visitors can also take a pleasant stroll and enjoy the contrasting faces of Macau.
Alternatively, for something a bit more upbeat the AJ Hackett – an extreme sports centre – will undoubtedly get the adrenaline pumping, with bungy jumps and climbing being popular. If jumping off buildings isn’t quite your scene, then the Macau Tower will reveal a world of entertainment and jaw-dropping panoramic views.Read More
All Activities in Macau Outer Harbour
AJ Hackett – Extreme Sports, Macau Tower
If extreme sports are something you like to incorporate into your holiday then Macau is a good place to do so. The new Skywalk X is 233 metres high and encircles the tower. Maybe this all sounds quite tame – other than the fact that there is no handrail!
Other activities include mass climb, long iron walk, sky jump, sports climbing and of course the obligatory bungy jump (the world's highest)! A J Hackett is credited with commercialising the now world-famous jump into one of the foremost activities in the extreme sport field. Adrenaline junkies will undoubtedly be in their element here.
The Outer Harbour has the greatest concentration of casinos in one area, so effectively you are spoilt for choice. From The Wynn to The Sands, gaming culture thrives in this part of Macau and due to the 24-hour licensing laws it doesn’t have to stop until you want it to.
The luxurious Wynn is a feast of fun, with everything from spas, shopping, and choreographed performances and of course over 212 table games and 375 slot machines. The Sands, Waldo, MGM Grande and Babylon are just a few of the other integrated resorts in the area. Read More...