November in Macau
Macau is also known as "the Monte Carlo of the East". It's the fourth richest country in the world for its size, so there are plenty of glamorous places to spend your money. That's probably why James Bond headed to its Floating Dragon Casino in Skyfall. And just like Monte Carlo, Macau is also famous for a street race. The annual Grand Prix is held in November, featuring Formula Three and motorcycle racing - it's the sporting highlight of their year.Find out more Or how about ?
November in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has one of the world's most beautiful harbours, Victoria Harbour. You can see it either by boat or by taking the tram up to Victoria Peak's viewing area. Alternatively see the skyline from the comfort of Ozone, the highest bar in the world. With the typhoon season over, it'll be blue skies and warm weather all the way. If you fancy a bit of horse racing, bring some posh clothes and visit the Hong Kong Jockey club, or just mosey around the Temple Street night market for a pleasant evening outside.Find out more Or how about Sydney?
November in Sydney
November is springtime in Sydney, and the second sunniest month of the year. It'll feel like the height of summer; an excellent time to take the ferry from the Opera House out to Manly, where the beaches are a little quieter and the seafood restaurants and bars have a more village-like feel. The Melbourne Cup might be in another city, but that won't stop the Sydney-siders spending their winnings or ruing their losses in the bars. You'll also want to see the sunset over the harbour, so grab a drink Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel just before and watch the sky.Find out more Or how about somewhere else?
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November in Dubai
6h 01m Approx. UK flight time 26°C Average temperature 10 Hours of sunshine per dayFind out more