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Scene Of Macau Province
 

General Introduction

The area of Macau includes a small peninsula jutting off the southern edge of China as well as the nearby islands of Taipa and Coloane. Although it covers an area of only about 20 square kilometers (about 8 square miles), Macau has an ever-increasing population (currently of around 500,000) and a booming economy. This is an area with a fantastic mix of cultures. Its population is 95% Chinese while 5% is Portuguese and immigrants from other countries. The most common language is Cantonese although Mandarin, English, and Portuguese are spoken too.

Scenic Spots

A-Ma Temple
Camoes Garden and Grotto
Grand Prix Museum
Kun Iam Temple
Lin Fung Temple
Lou Lim Iok Garden
Macau Maritime Museum
Macau Wine Museum
Monte Fort
Ruins of St. Paul's
Sun Yat-Sen Park


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