Facing South China Sea, located in the western part of the Pearl River estuary, Macao is adjacent to Zhuhai in the north and facing Hong Kong across the sea in the east. The total area of Macao, including Macao peninsula and the two islands: Dangzai and Luhuan, is 23.5 square kilometers. The population of Macao is more than 400,000, among them, 95% are Chinese. Yueyu (Guangdong dialect) is their commonly spoken language.
There are many places of historic sites and scenic spots in Macao. The most famous and attractive are the Ruins of St. Paul, Mage temple, the Church on the top of Xiwangyang Mountain, Songshan Light House, Sun Yat-sen's Memorial Hall etc. the Hotel Lisboa and Imperial Palace are well-known for their games both at home and abroad.
Horse race, dog race and automobile race are also provided.
Sightseeing around Macao is one of the most characteristic tours in Zhuhai. Tourists start their trips around Macao eight from Xiangzhou Port, Jiuzhou Port or Wanzai Port. The Friendship Bridge, Aodang Bridge, the Lisboa Casino, President Grand Hotel and the International Financial Mansion are all present on the way.
Traveling at night, you could enjoy song and dance as well as delicious cuisine and snacks. On festival days, magnificent and charming fireworks will be displayed.
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