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About Macau

Located on the southeast coast of Mainland China, Macau has been a point of intersection between Chinese and Western culture for four hundred years, particularly Portuguese culture. You can see the fusion of cultural essences in the details, patterns, and imagery used in Macau’s architecture, nearly everywhere you look. Of particular interest is the Historic Centre of Macau, where the old buildings still thrive, teeming with life and brimming with the mysteries of Macau’s multicultural heritage. The area covered by Macau is quite small, only 29.9 square kilometers, but its food, ancient architecture, shopping and rich nightlife attract countless tourists.

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Macau Tower
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Observation Deck
The Macau Tower is one of the landmark buildings in Macau. When you travel back and forth between the Macau peninsula and the islands of Taipa and Coloane, you will see its lone silhouette. Entering the tower, you can take a bullet lift to the sightseeing level, where you can enjoy the scenery within 55 kilometers. The Macau Peninsula, Taipa Island, Coloane Island, and the Pearl River Delta make up a panoramic view.
The Venetian Macao
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The Venetian Macao is a luxury hotel and casino resort in Macau owned by the American Las Vegas Sands Company. It is a fully integrated resort that contains hotels, exhibitions, shopping outlets, sports, variety shows and leisure facilities. If you are a shopaholic, you must not miss the Grand Canal Shoppes located inside the resort. You can also take a gondola ride between the arch bridges and imagine that you were above the streets of old Venice.
Ruins of St. Paul's
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Site
The Ruins of St. Paul's is one of the signature landmarks of Macau. It used to be the front wall of St. Paul's Church before it was burned down. Visiting the Ruins of St. Paul's, you should closely observe the exquisite reliefs on the walls in addition to appreciating the breathtaking front facade. Underneath the Ruins of St. Paul, there is a Catholic Art Museum and a burial chamber. The museum houses precious Catholic paintings and sculptures, all carefully selected from various churches in Macau.
Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge
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Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge is a spectacular bridge connecting Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macau. It is a very long bridge. Is construction took up a large amount of investment and proved to be a technically difficult cross-sea project. At night, after the bridge lights are turned on, the night view is mesmerizing, not unlike an illuminated ribbon floating over the sea.

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Macau: Heritage and Luxury on the Pearl River Delta
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Macau is a glittering oasis on the Pearl River Delta. The tiny territory covers just over 32 square kilometers, yet it contains a multitude of rich experiences. Narrow streets and tight corners conceal stately Portuguese colonial-era architecture. Across the harbor, towering casinos draw visitors from around the world. The famous Ruins of St. Paul’s stand solemn watch as visitors wander nearby markets and shops. Though Macau is able to claim the title of the world’s most densely populated territory, there’s a tranquility to be found in the fishing villages around Coloane. When you visit Macau, you will instantly recognize the charm and hopefully discover all this unique destination has to offer.
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If you want to know more about Macau, how can you miss the Macau Museum? The Macao Museum was on the fortification platform behind the landmark of St. Paul in Macau. It ised to be a military centre. It was not until 1998 that it was changed into a museum. It is a good place to learn about Macau. It takes 15 Australian dollars to go to the museum. Credit cards or Alipay cannot be used here. The museum only accepts payment in cash. There are no toilets in the museum. You can take pictures inside the museum, but be sure not to use the flash. 
Posted: 23 Dec 2018
The Macau Fortress is part of the oldest surviving Western-style fort building complex in China. It used to be the centre of military defence facilities. It is now part of the historic city of Macau and is a famous tourist attraction. The large artillery platform of Macau is located on the side of the Dabanba archway. The artillery platform was built during the Ming Shenzong period in 1616. It was owned by the church and was built to protect the St. Paul's clerics. It was used to defend against pirates and then turned into a military facility area. There are giant steel guns around the fort. Although the ancient artillery has lost its military role, it has become an ancient cultural relic and historical witness of Macao. The large turret covers an area of about 10,000 square meters. It was originally the memorial platform of the Jesuit Church of St. Paul (the predecessor of the Ruins of St. Paul), which protected the Jesuit industry in Macao and was later converted into a large castle fort by the Australian and Portuguese governments. The construction of the Grand Fortress lasted 10 years and was completed in 1626.
Posted: 24 Dec 2018
When traveling in Macau, in addition to visiting various world cultural heritage sites, there is still a place not to be missed. It is the Fisherman's Wharf. Located on the coast of the new reclamation area of Macau's Outer Harbour, it is a shopping mall and recreation centre that resembles the European and American Fisherman's Wharf. There are various bars, restaurants and entertainment centres in the area. The buildings are different in shape and rich in colour, and each one is a work of art. The Macau Fisherman's Wharf is a good place to take pictures, especially taking pictures of various close-up portraits. Transportation: You can take the free bus to Fisherman’s Wharf or take the free bus to Sands and walk.
Posted: 21 Dec 2018
When you visit Macau, you must not miss the "Water Dance Room" large-scale water show in the City of Dreams. It is a very exciting performance, inspired by Chinese culture and has more than 2 billion Hong Kong dollars invested in it.  The story takes place on the coast of the road, and a fisherman is suddenly caught in a legendary world of time and space by mysterious waves. The Water Dance Room is like a journey through a fantasy. The actors' performances are also very timeless. The sound of the actors is captivating, and they can make people feel thrilled during the performance. After the performance, people will continue to relish what they have just seen. Tips: Tickets for the Water Dance Room can be directly scanned by the QR code of the electronic file.
Posted: 23 Dec 2018
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Macau is known as the city of churches, so when you travel to Macau, you can walk to the church to feel its sacredness and romance. When the Portuguese arrived in Macao hundreds of years ago, they brought a Western Catholic faith culture. Therefore, Catholic churches in Macau can be seen everywhere. Each church is designed with a unique style and elegant decoration. The unique atmosphere makes it hard for people to resist going into the church to walk. The exotic St. Joseph's monastery is more solemn and sacred against the blue sky. There is a long stone staircase in front of the church.
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