As of April 15, Macao has no local cases of COVID-19 recorded for 382 days. Local businesses, restaurants, resorts and schools are open. While currently closed to other int'l tourists, Macao reopened to visitors from Mainland China and hopes to expand to other int'l destinations soon. COVID-19 updates and entry requirements can be found on the government website.
If you're looking for a getaway that gives you amazing resorts, casinos and accommodations, entertainment and International Music Festivals and shows, performances, gourmet cultral dining, shopping, monthly events, this is the place! From the Macau Grand Prix, an International Marathon (started in 1981), International Fireworks Display Contest, International Dragon Boat Races, FIVB World Volleyball Grand Prix Macau, the Macau Lotus Flower Festival and International Parade and Food Festival and Art Festival.
An unforgettable getaway mixed with cultural influences of Portugese, Chinese and nicknamed "Las Vegas of Asia." Beautiful temples to visit and leave a prayer to the Cotai Strip with giant casinos and malls on the Cotai Strip. Include the islands of Taipa and Coloane and make a stop at the Macau Tower for a sweeping view of the city and bungee jump from this 338m-high tower. Note: do this destination alone or as a stop over because it's just off the south coast of China, across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong.
TIP: Macao/Macau is also designated as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy.