Macau Tower  



Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre is owned by Sociedade de Turismo e Diversoes de Macau, S.A.R.L. and managed by Shun Tak Holdings Limited. Opened in December 2001, Macau Tower is located in the Southeastern corner of the Macau Peninsula and stands 338m tall at its peak. It is the 8th tallest free-standing tower across Asia, and 10th in the world.

As the city's flagship MICE venue, Macau Tower features world-class convention and entertainment facilities. It is the preferred location of major international events including the State banquet and the 54th PATA Annual Conference. The Tower has also entertained a host of distinguished guests, including President of China Mr. Hu Jintao, former President of Portugal Mr. Jorge Sampaio, and Prince Edward of England.

As one of the most recognizable tourist destinations in Macau, the Tower has introduced unique adventures to satisfy thrill-loving visitors. The Bungy Jump and the SkyJump, both featuring an exhilarating flight through 233m of Macau sky, are recognized as "Highest Commercial Bungy Jump" and "Highest Commercial Decelerator Descent" respectively by the Guinness World Records.

Shun Tak Holdings Limited will be offering a solely-owned mixed-use waterfront project adjacent to Macau Tower. The project encompasses a luxurious hotel, a shopping mall, sea-view serviced apartments, residential towers and waterfront luxury townhouses. The development has a gross floor area of over 4 million sq. feet. The project will provide a comprehensive, one-of-a-kind meeting, shopping, dining and living experience for visitors.


TTG 'Best Theme Attraction in Asia Pacific' in 2005 and 2006Tourism Medal of Merit by the Macau SAR Government'Best Brand Enterprise 2007' by Hong Kong Productivity CouncilThe Trendiest Tourist Destination' by Guangzhou Daily readersPrime Awards For Service Excellence 2008
TTG "Best Theme Attraction in Asia Pacific" in 2005 and 2006
Tourism Medal of Merit by the Macau SAR Government
"Best Brand Enterprise 2007" by Hong Kong Productivity Council
"The Trendiest Tourist Destination" by Guangzhou Daily readers
Macau Prime Awards for Service Excellence 2008

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