Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre, Macau

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Must see · Observation Deck · Convention Center
One of the world's tallest free-standing towers, Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre remains famous for its observation deck and a revolving restaurant 223 m (732 ft) above ground. A Hong Kong casino billionaire commissioned the building of this 338 m (1,109 ft) tall tower after seeing a similar one in Auckland. Opened in 2001, the tower featured in several popular television series. In 2006, the father of bungee jumping A J Hackett broke a Guinness Record jumping from the outer rim. The building also houses restaurants, shopping malls, theaters, and an outdoor plaza. Put Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre and other Macau attractions into our Macau travel itinerary planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Tower offers great view of Macau and a variety of adventurous activities. From the tower's outer rim - the highest sky jumping in the world (233 metres), and the second highest decelerator in the...  more »
  • Had a very awesome experience in bungy jump. Really a thrilling experience as well. Only a daredevil can do it & i did. Very good hospitality. Team members are professional, friendly. I recommend my.....  more »
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  • I loved the view from the deck and also the bungee jumping is something you've gotta try. It lasts for about 8 seconds and you're jumping off the upper deck and it's an amazing experience. So yeah if you're visiting Macau consider visiting this place apart from all the casinos in Macau and Taipa
  • Experience of height is definitely there. But visit on a little warmer days of the year. Else it will be freezing. Remember to bring your wind breaker for sure

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