Sightseeing in Macau has just taken on a new dimension – those who like the thrill of heights can now enjoy 360 degree views…
Sightseeing in Macau has just taken on a new dimension – those who like the thrill of heights can now enjoy 360 degree views of Macau 750 feet up the Macau Tower. Skywalk X, created by AJ Hackett, enables participants to stroll around the outer-rim that encircles the tower. The rim, just under six feet wide and with no handrails, affords spectacular views of all of Macau, along with mainland China and, on a clear day, Hong Kong.
Visitors to the tower daring enough to try Skywalk X can enjoy a feeling of total exposure thanks to the overhead safety system, which is used instead of handrails.
Macau, the city of culture and entertainment, is located at the southwest corner of the Pearl River Delta, and is a Special Administrative Region of China, similar to Hong Kong. Macau is made up of three islands and can be reached either by jetfoil in just 55 minutes from Hong Kong or directly by air from the UK to Macau International Airport via Singapore.
Visitors to Macau can enjoy a wide variety of festivals from the world-renowned International Music Festival in October, to the thrilling Formula 3 Grand Prix in November that this year celebrates its 50th anniversary, or Tung Nu (The Dragon Boat Festival) that takes place in May and June.
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