Macau Now 澳門快拍–( Macau Tower Bungy Jump plus Moet and Chandon Bar ) Jan 03

Macau Tower is officially classified the “World’s Highest Commercial Decelerator-Descent”, where extreme sports fans can indulge in the Bungy Jump, Sky Jump, Skywalk X and Mast Climb to their heart’s content. Visit the Moet and Chandon Bar at the Four Seasons Hotel, and taste the most loved champagne to celebrate the joy together. Pousada De Sao Tiago is well known for its Portuguese style architecture, which makes it a fabulous place for a memorable dinner. 如果你喜欢寻求刺激,就一定要到澳门的旅游塔试试「笨猪跳」、「高飞跳」、「空中漫步X版」及「百步登天」等冒险活动。 为庆祝新一年的到来,最好是一起高举香槟,去澳门四季酒店的Moet and Chandon Bar去嚐一嚐城中最有品味的香槟。 澳门圣地亚哥古堡酒店, 至今仍保留葡式建筑风格,这间西班牙餐厅结合古典与现代装潢。
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: Macau Now 澳門快拍–( Top Marques以及婚宴展览) Nov 23

Top Marques is the only live supercar show in the world, and it will be held at The Venetian Macao from November 24th to 27th. A Wedding Fair will be held in Sofitel at Ponte 16 for the very first time on November 26th and 27th. Top Marques将会在11月24-27日于澳门金光会展为大家带来顶级展品。 另外在11月26-27日,澳门十六浦索菲特酒店还将首次举办婚宴展览。

Experience Macau! A World of difference, the difference is Macau

Copyrights of this video belong to the Macau Special Administrative Region and the Macau Government Tourist Office. The name of Macau (澳门) is derived from the word Magao (A-Ma Temple), which were shrines dedicated to Mazu, a sacred sea goddess respected by Macau people. It was said that in the middle of sixteenth century when the Portuguese first set foot there, one of the officers asked a fisherman the name of the land. The man misunderstanding the officer’s meaning, answered ‘Magao’ – the name of A-Ma Temple in front them. The word became the Portuguese name for the land and for nearly 400 years, the Portuguese ruled here prior to Macau’s official return to the People’s Republic of China on December 20, 1999 as a special administrative region. Macau when compared with other Chinese metropolises is quite small covering an area of just 27.5 square kilometers. The total population Macau is 469800. A northerly walk leads tourists to the featured attractions of the city Ruins of St. Paul’s, a former screen wall of St. Paul’s Church and the Monte Fort, one of the best-preserved forts in Macau. The Museum of Macau, to the right of the ruins, tells all stories on the city’s past. Situated at the base of Penha Peninsula in the southwest part of the city is A-Ma Temple, built in the Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644), which is dedicated to the sacred goddess A-Ma. During the festival seasons, thousands of devout prayers come to visit the temple. In the southern part of the Peninsular
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Macau – A World of difference. The difference is Macau

Copyrights of this video belong to the Macau Special Administrative Region and the Macau Government Tourist Office. The name of Macau (澳门) is derived from the word Magao (A-Ma Temple), which were shrines dedicated to Mazu, a sacred sea goddess respected by Macau people. It was said that in the middle of sixteenth century when the Portuguese first set foot there, one of the officers asked a fisherman the name of the land. The man misunderstanding the officer’s meaning, answered ‘Magao’ – the name of A-Ma Temple in front them. The word became the Portuguese name for the land and for nearly 400 years, the Portuguese ruled here prior to Macau’s official return to the People’s Republic of China on December 20, 1999 as a special administrative region. Macau when compared with other Chinese metropolises is quite small covering an area of just 27.5 square kilometers. The total population Macau is 469800. A northerly walk leads tourists to the featured attractions of the city Ruins of St. Paul’s, a former screen wall of St. Paul’s Church and the Monte Fort, one of the best-preserved forts in Macau. The Museum of Macau, to the right of the ruins, tells all stories on the city’s past. Situated at the base of Penha Peninsula in the southwest part of the city is A-Ma Temple, built in the Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644), which is dedicated to the sacred goddess A-Ma. During the festival seasons, thousands of devout prayers come to visit the temple. In the southern part of the Peninsular
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澳门欢迎您Macau Welcomes You (Macau more than ever)

Copyrights of this video belong to the Macau Special Administrative Region and the Macau Government Tourist Office. The name of Macau (澳门) is derived from the word Magao (A-Ma Temple), which were shrines dedicated to Mazu, a sacred sea goddess respected by Macau people. It was said that in the middle of sixteenth century when the Portuguese first set foot there, one of the officers asked a fisherman the name of the land. The man misunderstanding the officer’s meaning, answered ‘Magao’ – the name of A-Ma Temple in front them. The word became the Portuguese name for the land and for nearly 400 years, the Portuguese ruled here prior to Macau’s official return to the People’s Republic of China on December 20, 1999 as a special administrative region. Macau when compared with other Chinese metropolises is quite small covering an area of just 27.5 square kilometers. The total population Macau is 469800. A northerly walk leads tourists to the featured attractions of the city Ruins of St. Paul’s, a former screen wall of St. Paul’s Church and the Monte Fort, one of the best-preserved forts in Macau. The Museum of Macau, to the right of the ruins, tells all stories on the city’s past. Situated at the base of Penha Peninsula in the southwest part of the city is A-Ma Temple, built in the Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644), which is dedicated to the sacred goddess A-Ma. During the festival seasons, thousands of devout prayers come to visit the temple. In the southern part of the Peninsular
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Introduction of Macau

Copyrights of this video belong to the Macau Special Administrative Region and the Macau Government Tourist Office. The name of Macau (澳门) is derived from the word Magao (A-Ma Temple), which were shrines dedicated to Mazu, a sacred sea goddess respected by Macau people. It was said that in the middle of sixteenth century when the Portuguese first set foot there, one of the officers asked a fisherman the name of the land. The man misunderstanding the officer’s meaning, answered ‘Magao’ – the name of A-Ma Temple in front them. The word became the Portuguese name for the land and for nearly 400 years, the Portuguese ruled here prior to Macau’s official return to the People’s Republic of China on December 20, 1999 as a special administrative region. Macau when compared with other Chinese metropolises is quite small covering an area of just 27.5 square kilometers. The total population Macau is 469800. A northerly walk leads tourists to the featured attractions of the city Ruins of St. Paul’s, a former screen wall of St. Paul’s Church and the Monte Fort, one of the best-preserved forts in Macau. The Museum of Macau, to the right of the ruins, tells all stories on the city’s past. Situated at the base of Penha Peninsula in the southwest part of the city is A-Ma Temple, built in the Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644), which is dedicated to the sacred goddess A-Ma. During the festival seasons, thousands of devout prayers come to visit the temple. In the southern part of the Peninsular
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