What makes Macau so appealing for poker players isn’t just the non-stop poker action or local sight-seeing, it’s also Macau’s close proximity to some of Asia’s top holiday destinations.
Macau Airport is served by dozens of airlines with direct flights to destinations all over Asia including Seoul, Beijing and Shanghai, Bangkok, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and even Siem Riep in Cambodia.
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Macau is also only an hour from Hong Kong airport, an international hub with flights all over the world. So whether you’re in the market for a beach holiday in the Philippines, sightseeing round Myanmar, a once-in-a-lifetime trip to see the temples at Angkor Wat or a visit to China, Macau is more than ideally placed.
Poker blogger Marc Convey coupled his recent trip to Macau with a post-event holiday in Thailand. After working at the PokerStars Macau Cup, he headed off to the idyllic island of Koh Phanghan. He said: “South East Asia is my favourite place in the world to travel so working in Macau was the perfect opportunity to add on a break after the tournament. Macau is so near all these amazing places in Asia, it’s actually quite hard to choose where to go!“
MainEventTravel can easily help you organize a twin centre holiday that gives you the very best that Macau has to offer coupled with time spent relaxing elsewhere in Asia.