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About Macau

 

Macau a.k.a the Las Vegas of the East, located in southeast China, with high population density, around 670,000 populations in the city. Macau is on the west of the Pearl River Delta; within the Pearl river delta, there’s Zhuhai located in the north of Macau and Hong Kong located not far on the east. Macau was once a Portugal colony for over 446 years, also the very last colonial area of Portugal, it was returned back to China by 1999 as the Macao special administrative region under China. Under Portugal’s nearly 5 centuries of colonial domination, Macau has very diversified development among many aspect of its culture, such as eastern & western influence on its economic structure, architecture, religion, and cultural developments, etc.


Hotel and gaming industries are two core industries which grow prosperously throughout Macau history. Blooming tourism activities has driven enormous economic growth within Macau and bringing plenty of job opportunities to the locals. International hotel groups begin to expand their business territory to not only Macau but southern China market. Over 30 million tourists visit Macau yearly and tourists from mainland China are the majority; half of the tourist show travel trend staying overnight in Macau for staycation.


Macau composes of four regions, which are Macau peninsula, Taipa, Cotai, and Coloane. Many famous attractions can be found among Macau Peninsula, Ruins of St. Paul’s, senado square, Macau Tower are very popular landmarks for tourist. Meanwhile, many international five stars hotel are located in Cotai, which includes The Venetian Macao, The Parisian Macao, Galaxy Hotel Macao, Broadway Hotel, Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Studio City Macau, etc. Morpheus Hotel Macau and MGM Cotal are newly opened hotel within 2018. Not only the unique architectural style amazes its travellers, but also the high quality of facilities and services, great variety in shopping, leisure, and cuisine experiences offering diverse accommodation selection to its visitors.

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