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Macau Enchanting Macau, is a city I can say that never sleeps. Casino industry dominates Macau's list of thriving business scene. A diverse cultural society, with almost all races, profession and background are wandering happily on the streets, sightseeing, dining-out and mostly having fun. The city's offering of street foods, quaint cafes and sumptuous buffets are quite overwhelming. It is an enchanting place with its charm hidden beyond the usual traveler’s eye almost needing succeeding visits to know its charm. I had frequented the three Islands comprising the miniature city, figuring the depth of European flare on structuring Macau. Almost devastated by losing photos due to frequent technological mishaps, I posted a friend's photograph of the historical St. Paul Ruins. As seen, what is left of it is the churches' facade. A remnant of the war battles the former Portuguese port had encountered. Just across is a park showing war canyons and a museum on Macau's history and types of Flora and Fauna that can be found in the city. A chic St. Paul Cafe showing scenes below the heights exudes an ambience typical of Macau. What was left was restored to an underground museum, beyond the historical significance a more interesting part of my exploration were the delicatessen on sides of the streets encouraging tourists a free taste of their merchandise (pork jerky, almond cookie, jellies, nougats and sweets). Curio and antique shops were equally enticing though not for those travelling on a budget. Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese, Thai, Italian, Indonesian, Indian, Korean, French cafes and American fast foods were the common choices around. On the central are government offices giving out tourist maps, business directories, investor's guide and hotlines open 24/7, lined with vintage and modern boutiques. The Spanish and Germans also have traces of contribution on the dynamic commercial trade. Going further is the gateway to the casinos operating 24 hours. Starting with the Sofitel, Grand Lisboa, Old Lisboa, Mocha Clubs, Land Mark, Emperor, Wynn,Starworld,Grand Lapa, Le Arc, Sands, MGM and Hard Rock.. This is the Macao Island. Various elementary schools, Portuguese Relic Shops, Parks, Chinese Market, Cultural Institutes and the Cultural Center are interesting places to explore as well. Chinese opera, concerts featuring Portuguese artists, Book launches down to revival of the old local Language called Patua, assures the preservation of deep fascination and love for their own despite of the games played by the underworld. The Fisherman's Wharf extends a grand showcase of racing car displays, pricey Chinese designer boutiques, souvenir shops and numerous events. The Grand Prix Museum is an important landmark and a must visit place as well, in fact the brother of former Vice President Doy Laurel “Dodjie Laurel” competed and unfortunately met a fatal crash during the 1967 Grand Prix Race, straight from this main road leads to the permanently housed race track across the first Macau Ferry terminal commonly known as Jetfoil. Another facade of this Island is the Macanese district of Macau, near Rua de Pescadores a mix of Portuguese and Chinese, food shops available, factory buildings and schools. The Guia Tower offering a short cable car ride for amusement and view is located in another old Port strip located above a Nature Park. The busier district on the city's market business houses Chinese shops, Furniture stores, Flower sellers, Jewelry stores, Perfumeries and Textile retailers. Banks like Tai Fung, HSBC, BNU, CTM, Weng Hang, Seng Heng and China Bank are some that can be found around. The second of the three Islands from the Center is Taipa. It can be described as the city's suburb. As you walk through the old village a shocking Japanese mob scene is noticeable. On the other end of the huge crowd is a man selling barbecued pork buns. Around are several Italian, Indian, Japanese, Brazilian, English, Korean Thai, Chinese, Mexican, Portuguese Restaurants, an English Pub and several Filipino stores. Parks, exclusive condos like The Manhattan, Nova's, and Imperial Palace are common residential choices among westerners in the city. Cotai strip houses hotel casinos such as Best Western, Altira formerly Crown Asia, Regency formerly Grand Hyatt, Greek Mythology, Grand Waldo, Galaxy, Venetian, City Of Dreams and Four Seasons. The Venetian, a favorite among tourists is a hotel casino having 2000 plus rooms, numerous high end stores, cafes/restaurants and casino. A replica of Italy's Venetian Canal complete with Gondola, a hand painted ceiling, having Victorian characters around for pictures and featuring shows by Cirque do Soleil completes the visit to this place. Frequent visits from International artists, politicians and royalties were also made famous by The Venetian. Connected to the Venetian is a much more expensive Hotel Casino the Four Seasons. Meanwhile its rival the City of Dreams also a Hotel Casino with shops a little bit toned than the Venetian have interesting restaurants and shows by Dragone Group. Macau nightlife has several marks D2, Cubic, Moon Walker, MGM's Lions Bar, Sand's The View are favorite spots to name a few. Some staple Portuguese restaurants frequented by tourists are Dom Galo, Dumbo, Santos, Miramar and a very popular one called Fernando's. Higher up from Taipa is the last Island of Macau called Coloane Village. An old village marking the residents' early life in Macau is a very interesting part to explore. Old Macanese houses, antique restoration shops, the origin of Lord Stowes Bakery captured the city's transformation from an early fishing village to a world famous convention and Casino stop. Further up is one of the first hotels in Macau, The Westin Resort Hotel, situated near a Buddhist Temple, Lake, Nature Trail and Hacsa Beach is a favorite weekend chill out spot among local residents. The Nam Van district is the city's trading district, having the AIA Tower, Cultural Institute of Macao, Travel Agencies, Recruitment Firms, Architectural Companies, Technology Specialists, Logistics, China Civil Plaza, Book Stores and College Institutes. Well known Colleges were The Institute of Foreign Studies, mostly exchange student enrollees offering skill advancement courses, University of Macau, Canossa, Sta. Rosa De Lima, St. Josephs to name a few. Museums are devoted to preserving the city's culture alongside growing cultural diversity. Private and government owned galleries can be visited given privileges by some local. Society pillars in the field of gaming, architecture, art, events and public service are well respected all throughout the city, just like any other place. Races are regularly held in the Canidrome and Macau Jockey Club, presence of various clubs and its private meeting place were also an observable embellishment. The Military Club, International Ladies Club was two to name a few. Football, Tennis, Racing, Lion dance, Dragon boat paddling, Martial arts are common skills among the youth. Religion, churches and temples were enjoyable to look for, almost found on every corner of the city.
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