A multicultural region of the People’s Republic of China, the “Macao Special Administrative Region” boasts a peculiar blend of Oriental and Western influences and its captivating gambling industry, featuring Sand Macau, Casino Lisboa, Venetian Macau, and Wynn Macau. Macau has a bizarre and crossed urban culture, which opens the city to amour and nostalgic atmosphere. It continued to offer a sharp financial and industrialized city and built its character way back from the 1920s.
Macau is located on a small peninsula and lies at the great Pearl River Delta’s western shore, opposite to Hong Kong. United with gigantic bridges are two separate islands Taipa and Coloane, which measures only 8.5 square miles. The city boasts its air links and ferry and hydrofoil service to the adjacent islands. With a population of 552,000 back in 2009, the Indigenous language spoken is mostly Chinese-Cantonese, and a minimal percentage of Portuguese.
Here’s a quick walkthrough by HOMELESS PENTHOUSE on Macau’s radiant peninsula, featuring its street sides, walk in the park, and an evening walk by the bay. All of this crispy 4K footage was captured on a brand new DJI Pocket 2 Gimbal Camera, so make sure to check that out if you’re into photo/video.
Fun Fact:Macau is the second richest territory in the world. You could say that Macau itself has emerged as the biggest winner from its casino-dominated city. According to the International Monetary Fund, as of October 2017, Macau is the second richest country/territory on earth. It’s GDP per capita is US$114,430. In addition, Macau has zero public debt and had fiscal reserves of US$55 billion at the end of 2016.Culture Trip