What not to miss in Macau

Formerly a colony of Portugal until it was handed back to China in 1999, this city spread against a backdrop of green hills over several islands, with a population of just over 705,000, is a Chinese special administrative on the Pearl River, just 60 kilometres from Hong Kong (making it an easy day trip, by the way). One of world’s more densely populated areas, Macau is best known and is known as Asia´s biggest gambling mecca. Besides the casinos which dominate the skyline, it´s is also known for its excellent nightlife and the atmosphere of its Portuguese colonial past, making it a big tourism centre in Asia.

Read more in Tripatini contribitor Abbi Clarke´s post 8 Musts of Macau.


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