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Macau is a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. This S.A.R. is located at the mouth of the Pearl River, just downstream from Guangzhou. The region has a wide variety of restaurants, casinos, and resort hotels making it a world class tourist destination. Historically this port city was part of the Silk Road. From the docks of Macau trading ships headed for Rome would load silk cargo in their holds.
Macau’s economy is tied to that of Hong Kong and Guangdong Province. It is largely based on tourism, gambling, and manufacturing. Other chief comercial activities in Macau include banking and financial services. Some of the gambling corporations in Macau include Wynn Resorts, Las Vegas Sands and Galaxy Entertainment Group. A partnership exists between MGM Mirage and Pansy Ho, the daughter of Stanley Ho – who held the original, government issued monopoly license for gambling in the city. Macau municipality offers many choices for serviced office space to rent.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are many things to do in Macau, besides gambling. There are many historical and cultural landmarks, including churches, fortresses, temples, and many decades of Portuguese and Chinese architecture. Situated near the sea and close to the MGM Grand Casino is a statue of the Bodhisatta Avalokitesvara. This is a Chinese deity, yet the statue is clearly European in design, and looks much like European statues of the Virgin Mary. Fisherman’s Wharf in Macau offers incredible shopping and theme-park attractions. The Tasting Room is a French fine dining restaurant where reservations are suggested and worthwhile. Seasonal ingredients from around the world are used to create European cuisine with a contemporary flare. The dining room offers fantastic views of the village of Cotai.
Macau International Airport is on the outskirts of Macau. This airport offers both international and domestic flights. The nearest major airport is Hong Kong International Airport, which provides additional international flights and is 38 km (23 miles) from Macau. Another airport in the area is Zhuhai Sanzao International Airport, which operates domestic flights from Zhuhai, which is 60 km (37 miles) from Macau.