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Macau City Introduction
Macau City is situated at the sea coast of southeastern part of China to the west bank of the Pearl River Delta, surrounded by sea from three sides, linking the Zhuhai Economic Special Zone in the north of Guangdong Province, facing Hong Kong in the east with a distance of 40 nautical miles only an hour flight by hovercraft.
Though occupying a relatively small area (around 28 sq km), Macau offers plenty to see and do - ranging from Buddhist temples to a hill-top lighthouse and war bunker, the UNESCO World Heritage old city to panoramic views from the Macau Tower, and the bright night-time neon of the casino strip to the excellent Museu de Macau.
A peninsula of the Chinese mainland, Macau's architectural and cultural legacy of four centuries as a Portuguese colony lives on. The tiled street names are written in both Portuguese and Chinese characters, white and blue azulejo tiles adorn courtyards and gardens, and Macanese restaurants in renovated villas serve up a spicy blend of Portuguese cooking, Chinese ingredients and African spices.