When to Visit Macau

Macau pic

Macau
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Theodore “Ted” Catino, former co-CEO of Security National Automotive Acceptance Corporation and co-founder of GigSmart, has had a successful career as an entrepreneur over the past 30 years. In his free time, Ted Catino enjoys traveling the world, visiting places like Macau.

The peak tourist season in Macau lasts from May to September. During these summer months, temperatures hover between 82 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit and visitors enjoy spending their days relaxing on the beach. While the humidity and occasional typhoons during summer can keep some tourists away from Macau, the region is still a popular summer vacation destination for individuals from mainland China.

Macau experiences its off-season from January to March. These months see average temperatures in the mid-60s to low 70s and very minimal rainfall. Compared to many other locations around the world, winter in Macau is far from harsh and still can be a good time to visit for tourists who don’t plan on swimming. Unfortunately, despite being the region’s low season, visitors are unlikely to find discounts on accommodations.

The best times to visit Macau are in April and between October and December. Weather during spring and autumn is extremely pleasant, with average highs in the mid-70s and low 80s. While rainfall during these months is a bit higher than during winter, it is unlikely to sour a trip. Beaches still may be cold in April and between October and December, but visitors can enjoy numerous tours and sites around the city.

Historic Sites to See in Macau

Ruins of St. Paul pic

Ruins of St. Paul
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An entrepreneur and investor with experience in several industries, Theodore “Ted” Catino cofounded GigSmart, a mobile application that connects employers and workers in the gig economy. Outside of his work with GigSmart and other ventures, Ted Catino enjoys traveling. He has been to numerous places in Asia, including Macau.

An autonomous territory west of the Pearl River Delta, Macau offers a number of historic places to visit. The following are just a few:

Ruins of St. Paul
Constructed in the 17th century, the Ruins of St. Paul are what remains of St. Paul’s Cathedral after a fire in 1601. The church was rebuilt in 1637 and modeled after the Church of the Gesù in Rome.

A-Ma Temple
The A-Ma Temple dates back to 1488, when it was constructed on the Macau Peninsula. One of Macau’s most important religious sites, this Buddhist temple is part of the Historic Center of Macau, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Dom Pedro V Theatre
Dom Pedro V Theatre is located at Largo de Santo Agostinho and features a neo-classical design. Macau’s first Western-style theater, the institution serves as a venue for public events and celebrations.