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Former Portuguese colony, Macau is one of mainland China's special administrative regions. Contrasting with Hong Kong, it is nicknamed the "New Las Vegas" thanks to its highly developed economy, which is mainly based on gaming. Macau also has a business-friendly environment.

Living in Macau will allow you to enjoy quality living in a extraordinary fusion of cultures and ancient traditions with modernism.

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If you plan to move to Macau with children, the question of education and recreation for them will, naturally, come up. Read on to find out more about international schools and educational facilities in the city as well as how to entertain your kids in the new place.

Macau is a small territory of just over 30 square kilometres, and China’s Special Administrative Region. Despite the city’s notably small size, it has long won the title of one of Asia’s main entertainment centres, especially when it comes to nightlife and, of course, gambling. With that said, the Macau's leisure options are varied, and you can find plenty of things to do whether you like arts, music, shopping and dining out, outdoor activities and more.

When travelling to a foreign country, you will want to stay in touch with friends and family back home. Luckily, when living in Macau communication won’t be a problem. The region has well-developed telecommunications networks.

Moving to a new place is always an exciting endeavour: new career opportunities, new acquaintances and new challenges await. However, before you set out on the new adventure, there is quite a lot to think about, and, eventually, you will need to plan the nitty-gritty of your relocation to Macau.

Though Macau has a very well-developed transportation system, if you plan to stay in the region for long, you may want to have the freedom of driving on your own. If you want to drive in Macau, you will need to get a permission from the local police station, convert your licence into a local one or get a driver’s licence by passing a written and driving test.

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