In partnership with: Macao Government Tourism Office
Twenty years after Macao was handed back to China by Portugal, it has been transformed from a quaint destination, best known for its sleepy pebble-stone streets and pastel-coloured colonial buildings, into a glitzy entertainment hub that attracts visitors from around the world.

The rapid development has not compromised the unique character of the city. Macao is also developing as a cultural hub that is home to a vibrant local arts scene and attracts international performers to its many well-equipped venues.

Through our series, explore Macao through an artistic lens and discover the city as a destination for the world’s cultural explorers.


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