Macau is one of the two Special Administrative Regions of the People's Republic of China. Macau lies on the western side of the Pearl River Delta across from Hong Kong, which is about 64 kilometers to the east. Macau is one of the world's richest cities. It became the world's largest gambling centre in 2006, with the economy heavily dependent on gambling and tourism as well as manufacturing. Macau has a humid subtropical climate, with average relative humidity between 75% and 90%. The average annual temperature of Macau is 22.7 °C. July is the warmest month with the average temperature being 28.9 °C. The coolest month is January with a mean temperature of 14.5 °C. Macau has ample rainfall with average annual precipitation being 2,120 millimetres. The unit of currency is the pataca which is currently pegged to the Hong Kong dollar.

Ruins of St. Pauls

The Ruins of St. Paul’s refer to the façade of what was originally the Church of Mater Dei and the ruins of St. Paul’s College which stood adjacent to the Church. As a whole the old Church of Mater Dei, St. Paul’s College and Mount Fortress were all Jesuit constructions and formed what can be perceived as the Macao’s “acropolis”.

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Macau Tower

The tower is the only place in Macau where the sky is the playground. World renowned commercial bungee inventor AJ Hackett has designed a range of sky thrills like World's Highest Bungee, Skywalk, Skyjump and the World's Only Urban Tower Climb for the tower guests.

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Grand Prix Museum

The museum was opened in 1993 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Macau Grand Prix which features a number of automobile and motorbike races and takes place every year in November.

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Hac Sa Beach

The name "Hac Sa" is a translation from Cantonese which literally means the famous black sand. However to prevent the beach from disappearing due to erosion Macau government has refilled it with yellow sand.

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Macau Wine Museum

The Macau Wine Museum is located next to the Grand Prix Museum. The museum includes displays of Portuguese wines in accordance with the vintages respective region of origin and a wine tasting station.

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