Macau was returned to the Chinese in 1999 and is actually comprised of a peninsula and two large and lovely islands. There are plenty of beautiful beaches to explore here as well as a wealth of colonial architecture that includes churches, temples, fortresses, museums and sculptured gardens.<br /><br /> The blend of cultures is evident in Macau's cuisine and diners will be able to try an interesting range of fusion dishes. Macau's relaxed gambling laws mean that there is also plenty of vibrant nightlife available in the main cities.<br /><br /><h3>Macau Peninsular</h3>
Situated in the northernmost region, the Macau Peninsular connects Macau with the mainland of China. This region is home to an assortment of architectural wonders as well as historic monuments and local culture.<br /><br /><h3>Taipa</h3>
This picturesque island is located to the south of the peninsula. Separated from Macau Peninsular by the Pearl River, Macau International Airport can be found here as well as a number of hotels, casinos and shopping malls.
This virtually undeveloped island is the ideal place for hiking, trekking and playing golf. There are also to pristine sandy beaches to be found here, perfect for those who simply want to lay back and soak up the sun for a while.<br /><br /><h3>Cotai</h3>
Also known as the Cotai Strip, this portion of reclaimed land is home to a number of large casinos, hotels, restaurants and sports facilities, causing it to be dubbed the Las Vegas Strip of the East.<br /><br />Find more information about Macau and hotels in the area:<br />Macau hotels
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