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Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals Near Macau East Asian Games Dome, Macao From 92 USD

Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals Near Macau East Asian Games Dome, Macao
Nicole
Nicole
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The East Asian Games Dome is an indoor sports arena located in Macau, China. The three-storeys building is the largest sports facility in the city, and is home to a variety of sports events, including track and field, dance, and even major events like the East Asian Games. The arena is centrally located in Macau, so it’s an easy spot to explore other attractions. Try your luck in the Las Vegas of China: head to Studio City Macau, a luxury resort and casino where you can gamble the night away. Or, if you enjoy culture and history, make a stop at A-Ma Cultural Village, a Buddhist temple which also has a museum and shops. When you need some sustenance, stop into Lord Stow’s Cafe, a popular spot for egg tarts as coffee. We’ve compiled a list of hotels and Airbnb rentals near the East Asian Games Dome, so read on to explore the option.

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Nicole is an American expat living in London, England. When she moved from the midwest to London in 2012, it was her first time leaving the US. She has traveled steadily since then, making trips...Read more

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