Macau

Zao VOR

JP found this little building on a seemingly un-inhabited tiny island off Macau. Written on the roof is some Chinese characters and the word “ZAO” – secret lair perhaps? A bit of investigation let me to this KML file which…

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Sunday, 3rd December 2006

Macau Sky Tower

The is the Macau Sky Tower which at 338 metres, is a very tall tower for such a little place. Macau is a bit of a gambling mecca, and this tower was built by local casino-billionaire Stanley Ho Hung-Sun after…

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Friday, 18th November 2005

The Lotus Bridge

Have you ever wondered what happens to traffic at a border between two countries that drive on opposite sides? The Lotus Bridge between mainland China and the former Portuguese colony of Macau was completed in 1999 and is a fantastically…

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Monday, 14th November 2005

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