Macau is a city located within the Macau Special Administrative Region in South China.
Under China's 'One country, two systems' policy, Macau is classified as a "Special Administrative Region", meaning it has the highest degree of autonomy among Chinese cities.
The official name of Macau in simplified Chinese characters and pinyin is:
Due to the city's SAR status, Macau is commonly referred to in Chinese as a "special area" (特区). In these circumstances its name is written:
Macau is served by the following airports:
The city of Macau's metro system commenced operation on 10 December 2019.
Make the most of your visit to Macau - take a local tour:
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