This long weekend embark on a Musical Expedition in Macao!
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New Delhi, , Sep 21 : What better place to getaway on the long weekend than the mesmerizing landscape, unique historical and archaeological mix of Chinese and Portuguese cultures, extravagant and diversified experiences Macao has to offer.
The vastness of Macao as a destination is in its exotic combination of the old and the new, in the blurring lines between a city and a village, and in the amalgamation of Portuguese and Chinese cultures.
Make most of your long weekend with these on-going festivities and activities in Macao. The 31st Macao International Music Festival, under the theme "Rising Stars", aims to learn from the past and march into the future.
While savouring the beauty of classics, the Festival gives off an overwhelming power of radiance to all the music lovers. The festival is set to feature works presented by dazzling young talents, reinterpretation of classics, grand productions brought by internationally famous ensembles and orchestras and the local productions, the Festival journeys into a brilliant new era of vivacity. The festival is all set to be staged from September 29th to October 30th, 2017.
If you are looking for a full body adrenaline rush then, head towards the Macao Tower for some thrill. The 10th tallest tower in the world is 338 meters above the ground, visible from almost every part of Macao peninsula. The best view is a bird's eye view of Macao that stretches beyond the borders of this city.
Gaze at the breathtaking skyline for hours and let your eyes soak it all in. If that's not enough, then there are also many stores and a movie theatre to make your visit more special. Are you an adventure freak? If yes, then indulge yourself in ideal activities like Sky Jump, Bungee Jump, Tower Walk or the tower climb.
While those travelling with kids can enjoy this spectacular water based fun activity at The House of Dancing Waters. This show runs for a period of 90 minutes and features more than 80 circus artists, gymnasts, divers, actors, motorcyclists, and dancers perform entertaining moves on the floor. The highlight of the event is that the stage holds about 3.7 million gallons of water with sprouts of fountains. From deep diving to a completely dry floor, it's a one of a kind experience.
This long weekend, pack your bags and head to Macao. Mouth-watering food, awe-inspiring entertainment, cultural festivals, shopping and thrilling adventures await you.