Macau Tower

Standing 338 m high, take in the best views of Macau at the top of the Macau Tower observation deck.

The Hong Kong Pass Free Entry to the Macau Tower Normally HK$145 - Free with Hong Kong Pass

In response to recent government health guidelines, Macau Tower now has special times for their Observation deck and Restaurants. See 'Opening Times' for more. 

One of Macau's most recognisable landmarks, the Macau Tower was completed in 2001 and offers unparralled views across the Macau territory and the South China Sea. Home to the highest commercial skyjump bungee in the world (233m), a thrilling walking tour around the outer rim, indoor and outdoor observation decks, restaurants, shopping malls and theaters, Macau Tower is an unmissable Macau attraction.

Soar to the top of Macau Tower at 223 meters in under 60 seconds and take in breath-taking views in the glass-front elevators. Once at the top, enjoy 360° as you stroll around the top of the tower on their indoor or outdoor observation decks.

Please Note:

In response to recent government health guidelines, this attraction is closed temporarily, but may reopen on short notice. Please be aware that other attractions may also close at short notice. Visit the official attraction websites for up-to-date information.

For more information on opening times, check out the Macau Tower website.

Hong Kong Pass Tips

  • Free entry to Macau Tower observation decks

Did You Know? - Macau Tower Facts

  • Celebrities who have bungee-jumped off the Macau Tower include Anthony Bourdain, Jack Osbourne and Edison Chen
  • The tower was modelled after Auckland's Sky Tower

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Getting to Macau Tower

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Getting to Macau Tower

  • Macau Tower Largo da Torre de Macau, Macau
  • Closest Subway
  • Closest Bus Stop See map
  • Big Bus hop on hop off Tour Stops

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Opening Times

In response to recent government health guidelines, Macau Tower now has special times for their Observation deck and Restaurants which are as follows:

Tower Observation Deck
Open at : 10:00am
Close at: 07:00pm

360 Café - Closed
From 1st February till to 9th February 2020

180 Lounge - Closed
From 1st February till to 9th February 2020

Tromba Rija
Open at : 11:30am
Close at: 09:00pm*

Normal Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday - Sunday: 9:00am - 9:00pm

In the event of inclement weather, such as rainstorms or typhoons, Macau Tower may be suspended, depending on the actual circumstances. Please visit the Macau Tower website for the most updated service information.

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