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This book is to be called as the “road” in Macau because it allocates not so much part to the history or to the culture of Macau as how to get the attractions by your own self. It means that the purpose of this publication is to give you the fullMoreThis book is to be called as the “road” in Macau because it allocates not so much part to the history or to the culture of Macau as how to get the attractions by your own self. It means that the purpose of this publication is to give you the full information about how to get the hot spots by yourself not chasing after a tour guide nor asking passers-by about the way to your destination.“When you stand at Largo do Senado with your back to the fountain, it takes around 2 minutes on foot to “St. Dominic’s Church”. This is the information you can get from books or internet search for “St. Dominic’s Church”, one of the famous attractions in Macau.Do you think that you can find the church by yourself with this information? If you stand at the round fountain sitting at the centre of Largo do Senado with your back to the fountain, to which direction will you proceed for 2 minutes on foot? When you try to find the church with that information, you have to undergo trial and error. Or, you have to ask passers-by for the way to the church. You might have experienced similar situation where you are a stranger.This book gives you the information concerning the same church as follows.“Take a bus no. Ap1 at Macau International Airport and transfer to no. 3 at Macau Ferry Terminal. Needless to say, in case that you come to Macau by ferry from Hong Kong, you don’t need to transfer buses. When you take a bus no. 3 from Macau Ferry Terminal, alight from the bus at the seventh stop. It’s “Almeida Ribeiro (新碼路)”. Cross the road and you will meet the famous square of “Largo do Senado” which is located around 50 meters away from the bus stop. Go around 200 meters along the way at Largo do Senado. When you walk on the road, you will find the famous Chinese restaurant of “Wong Chi Kei (黃枝記)” on your left and a Mcdonald’s on your right. At the end of the road, you will meet a small square with a clothing store of “bossini” on your left. You will also find St. Dominic’s Church standing at the square.In addition to the explanation for the ways to the church, this book shows a relevant map and many photos taken from the bus stop at Macau Airport to St. Dominic’s Church. Photos for “Wong Chi Kei (黃枝記)”, a Mcdonald’s and a “bossini” are all added for your way from Largo do Senado to the church.With this detailed information together with maps and photos, do you still think it’s difficult for you to find St. Dominic’s Church by yourself?Yes, it is the reason why this book must be called as a “road” for travelers to Macau. If you download this book in your cell phone, you don’t need to chase after a tour guide nor ask passers-by for your way to the attractions.Unfortunately there is no subway system in Macau. However, they run 70 lines of bus. You can pay a visit all attractions only by bus. Because this book shows all buses you have to take for each attraction and where you have to get off the bus. Even no subway, the bus system in Macau is fantastic. You will come to know through this book, you don’t need to take even a taxi for all attractions introduced here. All destinations will be accessed only by bus.Macau can be largely divided into 3 parts. The first one must be the famous square of “Largo do Senado”, i.e. “Senado Square”, at Macau Peninsula. You can get most of all World Heritages from Largo do Senado. The second one goes to Taipa Island where you will meet “The Venetian Macau Resort”, the biggest casino in the world.