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If you are looking for a vacation packed with excitement, entertainment, and fun, Macau is the place for you. Located in southeast China, Macau is a former Portuguese colony. It has a great mix of European and Asian culture, architecture, and cuisine. Macau is the most densely populated area in the world and has everything you could want in a vacation destination.

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Macau is most famous for its many casinos. Play your favorite games in one of the dozens of fabulous casinos.

The Macau Grand Prix is held every November. Racing fans from around the world come to Macau to join in on the excitement of great racing action. If you like the Grand Prix, be sure to visit the Grand Prix Museum.

Don’t miss the Chinese New Year during your trip to Macau. Complete with parades and fireworks, the Chinese New Year is an event you will never forget.

The Dragon Boat festival is another annual event in Macau. See the colorful, intricate boats made specifically for this festival.

The Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre is home to an observation deck, shops, restaurants, and theaters.

The Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral are spectacular. Built in the 16th century, St. Paul’s Cathedral is covered in carvings made by Japanese monks.

Monte Forte is a 16th century fort built by the Jesuits. Today it is home to a public park, an observatory, and the Macau Museum.

Macau’s Fisherman’s Wharf is a family-friendly destination. With fireworks, shops, restaurants, and amusement park, Fisherman’s Wharf is sure to keep the whole family happy.

Local cuisine in Macau is a unique blend of Cantonese and Portuguese flavors. You will also find international fare as well as American fast food in Macau.

Getting around in Macau is simple. Take a bus or taxi. You can even take a trishaw (a bicycle-pedaled carriage) around the city as you go sight-seeing.

Macau has quick and easy transportation to and from Hong Kong and China by ferry.

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