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Macau, one of the two Special Administrative Regions of China, is situated in the north of South China Sea and west of the Pear River estuary. It faces Hong Kong to the east and Zhuhai to the north. Macau is a small city covering an area 27.5 square kilometers, and is consisted of Macau Peninsula, the islands of Taipa and Coloane, and Cotai Strip.

Geography and climate

Terrain in Macau is generally flat with some steep hills. But the highest point of Macau is only 170.6 meters at the Alto de Coloane.

Macau has a subtropical climate which is featured by mild, dry winters and hot, humid summers.


Macau has been a colony of Portugal for almost 400 years. Hence culture of Macau has been greatly influenced by Portuguese. Culture of Macau is a blend of Chinese culture with rich traditions and western culture featured by Portuguese culture. There are many historical places of interest of traditional Chinese cultural values, also many old buildings in the style of European. Meanwhile, gambling industry has played a great role in the economy and tourism of Macau, and has been one of the specialty of Macau.


Macau, a city of traditional and fashionable, antique and modern, peace and glitz, has been one of the hot destinations in tourism for its clean streets, fresh air, delicious food, picturesque landscapes, historical site and cultural heritages, and the booming gambling. When traveling to Macau, there are some must visit attractions, include Macau Tower, Fisherman's Wharf, The Museum of Macau, St. Domingo's Church, Greyhound Racing, Ruins of St Paul, Senado Square, Venetian Macau, Kun Iam Statue, Dom Pedro V Theatre and Guia Fortress.
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