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Macau

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Country codes:MO
Capital:St. Lawrence Parish
Calling codes:+853
Area:29.50 km²
Population:556,800
Time Zone:UTC+08:00
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Macau East Asian Games Dome

Culture/Sightseeing Culture/Sightseeing > Sports/Outdoor Activities Sports/Outdoor Activities

Asia > Macau

Orient Golf Macau Club

Culture/Sightseeing Culture/Sightseeing > Golf Course Golf Course

Asia > Macau

大利來

Food & Beverage Food & Beverage > Southeast Asian Food Southeast Asian Food

Asia > Macau > Taipa > Our Lady of Carmel Parish

百利沙娛樂場

Entertainment Entertainment > Casino Casino

Asia > Macau

Macao Museum

Culture/Sightseeing Culture/Sightseeing > Museums Museums

Asia > Macau > Macau Peninsula > Freguesia de Santo António

Ruins Of St. Paul

Culture/Sightseeing Culture/Sightseeing > Tourist Attractions/Landmarks/Buildings Tourist Attractions/Landmarks/Buildings

Asia > Macau > Macau Peninsula > Freguesia de Santo António

Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre

Culture/Sightseeing Culture/Sightseeing > Exhibition Hall Exhibition Hall

Asia > Macau > Macau Peninsula > Freguesia da Sé

Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre (Chinese: 澳門旅遊塔會展娛樂中心; Portuguese: Centro de Convenções e Entretenimento da Torre de Macau), also known as Macau Tower (Chinese: 澳門塔; Jyutping: ou3 mun4*2 taap3; Portuguese: Torre de Macau) , is a tower located in Sé, Macau. The tower measures 338 m (1,109 ft) in height from ground level to the highest point. Its observation deck features views, restaurants, theaters, shopping malls and the Skywalk X, a walking tour around the outer rim. It offers the best view of Macau and in recent years has been used for a variety of adventurous activities. At 233 metres, the Macau Tower's tethered "skyjump" and Bungee jump by AJ Hackett from the tower's outer rim, is the highest commercial skyjump in the world (233 metres), and the second highest commercial decelerator descent facility in the world, after Vegas' Stratosphere skyjump at 252 metres. The tower was created by the architecture firm of Moller Architects.The tower is one of the members of the World Federation of Great Towers. Besides being used for observation and entertainment, the tower is also used for telecommunications and broadcasting. It and the Grand Lisboa hotel are the most recognizable landmarks in the Macau skyline.1 History2 Bungee jumping3 In popular culture4 See also5 References6 External linksHistoryOn a visit to Auckland, New Zealand, Macau casino billionaire Stanley Ho Hung-Sun was so impressed by the Sky Tower in Auckland that he commissioned a similar one to be built in Macau. The tower was designed by New Zealand engineering firm Beca Group and Gordon Moller of Moller Architects for Sociedade de Turismo e Diversões de Macau. Construction work of the tower started in 1998, and the tower was officially opened on December 19, 2001. The architect for the tower was Les Dykstra.Bungee jumpingThe Tower has routinely been used as a site for staged bungee jumping events, by professional jumpers or as part of entertainment shows. On December 17, 2006, the father of contemporary bungee jumping, A J Hackett, and popular artist Edison Chen broke two Guinness World Records at the Macau Tower. A J Hackett, broke his own Guinness World Record of "The Highest Bungee Jump from a Building" achieved in 1987 from the Eiffel Tower. Edison Chen represented Macau Tower in the inaugural jump to bid for "The World's Highest Bungee Jump Facility". Jack Osbourne bungee-jumped off the tower as part of the third series of Jack Osbourne: Adrenaline Junkie. Anthony Bourdain bungee-jumped from the top floor of the building in an episode of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. It was also used on the Chinese variety show Up Idol (season 2) [zh] for episode 1. The two team captains, Wang Han and Yuan Hong, with their members, were given a mission - sky relay - to be completed on the tower as short a time as possible. Yuan Hong's team won the game, and Wang Han's team was given the punishment of bungee-jumping from the Tower. The jump was carried out by team members Xie Na and Joe Chen.

Macau Tower

Culture/Sightseeing Culture/Sightseeing > Tourist Attractions/Landmarks/Buildings Tourist Attractions/Landmarks/Buildings

Asia > Macau > Macau Peninsula > Freguesia da Sé

Wynn Macau

Accommodation Accommodation > Resort Resort

Asia > Macau > Macau Peninsula > Freguesia da Sé

Wynn Macau (Chinese: 永利澳門渡假村) (SEHK: 1128), owned by Wynn Resorts, is a luxury integrated resort in Macau Peninsula, Macau, China, offering gaming combined with a deluxe hotel, restaurants, designer shops, spa, and a "Performance Lake". It is the first Las Vegas-style integrated resort in Asia.[citation needed] It opened on 6 September 2006. Steve Wynn is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Wynn Macau.Wynn Macau features 600 hotel rooms and suites, approximately 501 table games (212 Main floor & 289 VIP) plus 375 slot machines in approx 205,000 square feet (19,000 m2) of casino gaming space, five restaurants, 26,000 square feet (2,400 m2) of retail space, an atrium featuring a "golden Tree of Prosperity", a heated swimming pool, a spa, salon, 2 lounge & bar areas and 22,000 square feet (2,000 m2) of multi-purpose convention facilities.Encore at Wynn Macau features 414 suites, intimate gaming, 2 restaurants, 1 bar, 3 retail stores, and a spa.

Grand Prix Museum

Culture/Sightseeing Culture/Sightseeing > Museums Museums

Asia > Macau > Macau Peninsula > Freguesia da Sé

葡萄酒博物館

Culture/Sightseeing Culture/Sightseeing > Museums Museums

Asia > Macau > Macau Peninsula > Freguesia da Sé

Lotus Square

Culture/Sightseeing Culture/Sightseeing > Tourist Attractions/Landmarks/Buildings Tourist Attractions/Landmarks/Buildings

Asia > Macau > Macau Peninsula > Freguesia da Sé