Macau is an autonomous territory on the western side of the Pearl River estuary in China. Along with Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, and several other major cities in Guangdong, the territory forms a core part of the Pearl River Delta metropolitan region. Macau was ranked as the No.1 of the Fastest Growing Metropolitan Areas in the world by Brookings Institution in 2015.
Ruins of St. Paul is considered the symbol and landmark of this fascinating city. It is the remained arch-structure of the church of St. Paul.
Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre measures 338 meters in height from ground level to the highest point. Its observation deck features panoramic views, restaurants, theaters, shopping malls and the Skywalk X, a thrilling walking tour around the outer rim. It offers the best view of Macau and in recent years has been used for a variety of adventurous activities.
The Venetian Macau is a luxury hotel and casino resort, a popular tourist attraction and entertainment place in Macau. Located on the Cotai Strip in Macau, it is the largest single structure hotel building in Asia.
Golden Lotus Square is an open area in the former Portuguese colony of Macau, which is a joint area of 3 main streets of the city. It is one of the 4 great squares in Macau, together with the Senado Square, Praca do Centro Cultural de Macau and Tashi Square. A 6-meter tall large sculpture of "Lotus Flower in Full Bloom" unveils its beauty on the center area, which aimed to celebrate the return of sovereignty of Macau to the People's Republic of China in 1999.
Senado Square is paved in the traditional Portuguese pavement. Located in the central area of Macau city, this square covers an area of 3,700 square meters and has listed in the World Heritage Sites.
A-Ma Temple, located on the southwest tip of the Macau, is the oldest Taoist temple in Macau. It has a history of over 500 years, which can be dated back to 1488, even before the city of Macau came into being. The whole construction consists of 4 main parts, namely the Stone Palace, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence and the Hall of Kuan Yin. The temple has been listed in the World Heritage record in 2005.