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Macau is the new las vegas of the Far East and Macau has a little bit of culture for everyone. For historical culture there are amazing churches and museums, and for local culture the beaches, attractions and nightlife are like no other city in the world.
From Hong Kong you can reach Macau by jetfoil, which makes the area a popular day-trip destination.
Many of the area's historic attractions are concentrated towards the center of the peninsula, but the city's unique cultural atmosphere exists throughout. This atmosphere has been created by the area’s special ability to blend the European and Oriental cultures of its citizens. The Ruins of St Paul's is the symbol of Macau, and Monte Fort overlooks most of Macau from its high vantage point and central position.
There are many types of casino gambling waiting to be played, such as horse racing and dog racing. The largest and most famous casino in Macau is situated within the Lisboa Macau Hotel and the atmosphere here at night is exciting.
If you come for the gambling, Macau may seem like paradise. Macau is also a free port, pursuing a low tax policy. You can also visit nice things in Macau such as: Macau grand prix, Macau expo center, look the beautiful "the sands" hotel, go around in taipa, Look at sheldon adelson's Cotai Strip, look at Venetian Macao Hotel, etc.
For years we've been anticipating a real shift of gaming revenue from the Macau Peninsula to Cotai in Macau. But for years, casinos in the old part of town have more than held their own against new competition. But two new resorts appear to be changing the picture, and it's starting to show in financial results.
Macau’s tourist arrivals will increase at least 10 percent this year from 2011’s 28 million, led by visitors from mainland China, said João Manuel Costa Antunes, director of the city government’s tourism office.
Wynn Macau, the Chinese arm of Wynn Resorts, has received an approval from the government to start construction of its new casino on Macau's Cotai strip.
Even after a 15-hour flight the models are excited enough about Macau for lots of gasps as they drive around and a lot of squealing when they see their new home at the "swanky" MGM Macau Hotel.
The local hospitality industry was the busiest in the world last year as the occupancy rate reached a new record high. December was also the best-ever month for package tours