Macau; Las Vegas of Asia

Macau is a special administrative district (SAR) located to the southeast of mainland China. Since Macau is using the “one country two systems” principle just like Hong Kong, acting as a special region of China, therefore it gained a lot of benefits from the principle. The population in Macau is approximately 582,000. Tourism is a major industry in Macau. It is famous for the blend of Portuguese and Chinese cultures and its gambling industry, which includes Casino Lisboa, Macau, Sands Macau, The Venetian Macao, and Wynn Macau.  I have been to those casinos but of course I didn’t come there to gamble, (not my interest) but to see the richness of the countries gaming industry. There are a lot of choices of hotels and resorts since it is one of the world class tourism industry in Asia.

I visited this beautiful country last 2014 and yes! Free visa para sa mga pinoy so Go lang! It is a very organized and clean city. Let me give you a glimpse of how it’s like in the gaming capital of Asia, MACAU! No cameras allowed inside the casinos so limited lang ang pics, ang iba grabbed ko lang.

The best part of this trip is the free wifi everywhere! hehe

Senado Square
The historic Senado Square
Lisboa 2
Casino Lisboa

Lisboa

Venetian Macau
Venetian Macau
Wynn
Wynn Macau

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Macau; Las Vegas of Asia

  1. Lovely pictures, I really like those 1st three 🙂 I actually went there a few years ago and was so suprised by all the Portuguese style architectures and cathedrals there! I don’t like gambling either, but it was interesting to see the blend of Asian and European influences, and to learn about Macau’s colonial history. Cheers ^^

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