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The best of Macau attractions

Zhuhai Shizimen Central Business District :

The Shizimen Central Business District of Hengqin New Area was the highlight of the 2010 Macau International Fair. The nascent central business district (CBD) should take five years to build. It will contain infrastructure for conventions and exhibitions. It also will attract the finance and insurance sectors, among others, using the extraordinary authority Hengqin New Area has been granted by Beijing to enhance regional cooperation and to further open up to the world. The CBD is located in the northeast part of Hengqin Island, across from the Macao Peninsula and Taipa Island. It covers 5.77 sqkm encompassing its northern region of 2.28sqkm of Nanwan coast and southern region of 3.49 sqkm in Hengqin. It is situated where Zhuhai’s eastern and western urban areas meet Hengqin New Area and is close to the Wanzai, Hengqin and Gongbei border checkpoints.

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Visiting Dr. Sun Yat Sen Memorial House in Macau

Dr. Sun Yat Sen’s Memorial House in Macau was preserved to remember and commemorate the life of Dr. Sun Yat Sen. He played a major role in the formation of the Republic of China and his works and power will be in all the Chinese history books forever. First, let me introduce you to the “man of the house,” strictly speaking. – from Ola! Macau Guide

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Taipa Square Hotel Macau

Taipa Square Hotel Macau – connected to modern Macau International Airport by a slimline, air-conditioned sky bridge, Golden Crown Hotel China Macau is ideally located in the garden atmosphere of the Islands less than 10 minutes drive from Taipa Village, the ferry terminal and to or from downtown Macau

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TurboJet Macau Ferry :

TurboJET ferries provide the major link between Hong Kong and Macau. Unless you want to go to Cotai Strip, to the Venetian or the City of Dreams, its more convenient to take the TurboJET which will bring you to the Macau Ferry Terminal.

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Victory Garden :

Victory Garden – Just built at the end of 19th century but today covers 0.19 hectares. Originally had a beautiful fountain now located in the flora garden designed by Augusto Cesar d’Abreu Nunes as part of the Avenida Vasco da Gama pedestal monument. The garden commemorates the defeat of the Dutch. This is the site where the cannon hit the Dutch ammunition.

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Wynn Macau Hotel

Wynn Macau Hotel – Whether you are a hopeless romantic planning for a honeymoon to sweep your bride off her feet, or if you just want to spend some quality time with your family, Wynn Macau can provide you with delightful indulgences that are as brilliant as the glittering lights of the city.

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San Francisco Garden :

The Sao Francisco Garden is located along the Calcada dos Quarteis right in the center of Macao. Originally designed and built by Matias Soares, the garden is believed to be the oldest gardn in Macao. Sao Francisco Garden dates back to 1580 when the Spanish Franciscan friars founded the convent nearby. By 1585 Portuguese friars replaced the Spaniards but the garden continued to be called ‘Ka Si La Fa Un’ or Garden of the Castilles (Spaniards).

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Wynn Macau Resort

Step into the world of Wynn Macau and be pampered by unparalleled luxury. Sleek, sophisticated and with an unmistakable sense of style, Wynn Macau is the fabulous new luxury hotel destination of Wynn Resorts – from Ola! Macau Guide

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