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    A laid back land of striking temples, palm readers and Mediterranean architecture blended with Chinese culture, Macau’s small corner of China has plenty to offer the discerning traveler. Especially, that is, if you’re a gambler: the ‘Vegas of the East’ draws on the entire Chinese market, and throwing chips onto felt is an all but compulsory part of a visit to the land of mega casinos.

    Casino Lisboa is the most famous, a crude 60s-style venue with dancing girls and a kitschy old-school interior, where it’s possible to throw down thousands or play with pennies. If you prefer to escape the smoky corners of this crumbling institution, Sands serves up a more Vegas-style experience: hardly classy, but it’s undeniably glowing and swish.

    Of course, you probably won’t want to spend your entire trip shuffling chips, and the impressive Macau Museum is the place to start exploring, gaining a thorough overview of the area’s checkered history. Having learnt what to expect, you can head to the top of thoroughly modern Macau Tower, and drift uneasily around the lofty sky bridges, staring down over the entire city. The cultural experience can’t possible exclude food: a unique blend of Chinese and Portuguese incorporating delicate dumplings, pork and clam casserole and even African chicken.

    The inner harbor area is a captivating glance at Macau’s split personality, with narrow winding streets mixed with Chinese style market stalls serving kebabs and dim sum, smoky temples bathed in incense and the occasional bout of duty free shopping. In the jumbled A-Ma temple – lit up in glowing red at night – you’ll find offerings to the God of seafarers, a traditional boat perched against a rock, and characteristic Chinese temple architecture. The shrine – landing point of the first Portuguese sailors – is centuries old, and said to be the origin of the name Macau.

    Despite all the casino-related hustle, Macau is essentially a very laid back corner of China, and you’ll find following up a walk through the Portuguese heartlands with a rest on the ‘black sand’ of Hac Sa beach, vinho verde (an intriguing and popular green wine) in hand keeps your chilled-out side smiling.
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    • Zhuhai
      Zhuhai is situated in the southwest of Pearl River Delta of Guangdong Province. It faces Hong Kong on the east across the Lingding Ocean, Macau on the south, Xinhui and Taishan on the west, and Zhongshan on the north.

      It is 150 kilometers away from Guangzhou. Zhuhai has jurisdiction over Xiangzhou District and Doumen County, with a total land area of 1,300 square kilometers.
      Zhuhai, Guangdong, China
    • Tai O
      The historic fishing village Tai O is a popular destination for tourists but especially also for Hong Kong residents. Although fishing is no longer the main income source, there are still fishermen around. It is located on the west end of Lantau island, partly being a small island by itself, at the place where one of Lantau's small rivers ends in the ocean.

      Tai O is famous for its houses on stilts along the river mouth, its little shop fronts and eateries, its dried fish and shrimp paste, and its historic look, which is very much in contrast with the sky scraper skyline of Hong Kong Island. Some call it the "Venice of the East", but that comparison is misleading. Although it can be crowded, especially in weekends, Tai O still has kept some of its own authenticity as a fishing village: a bit chaotic, and plenty to see, smell and taste, and quite photogenic.
      Tai O, Hong Kong
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      Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong

    Exchange Rate History Macau

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    Graphic showing average weather in Macau in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 15.5 31.1 59.9 12.2
    Feb 15.6 52.7 60.1 20.7
    Mar 18.2 80.9 64.8 31.9
    Apr 22.2 154.4 72 60.8
    May 26 302.3 78.8 119
    Jun 27.9 373.4 82.2 147
    Jul 28.7 304.1 83.7 119.7
    Aug 28.4 321.1 83.1 126.4
    Sep 27.7 228.3 81.9 89.9
    Oct 25 99.5 77 39.2
    Nov 21 44.7 69.8 17.6
    Dec 17.2 29.7 63 11.7

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