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The rest are of Portuguese or other European descent, or from elsewhere in Asia.
For now you can still enjoy that first glimpse of Macau’s kooky skyline and dramatic flyover bridges as you gently rock into port.
You can also enter Macau from China, through the Cotai frontier post or the “Barrier Gate” on the northern border of Macau. Fly in by helicopter (a 15-minute flight from Hong Kong; one-way ticket from HK$3,700, tel:  2108-9898; like the big boys do. You can also catch flights to a range of destinations from Macau International Airport.
The Macau pataca (MOP) is common rated with the Hong Kong dollar (US$1=HK$7.8) and Hong Kong dollars circulate freely everywhere from taxis to shops and casinos.
Increasingly, Chinese renminbi (Rmb) is also accepted at venues around Macau at the same rate as Macau and Hong Kong currency.
Any Macau guide will say you can buy ferry tickets on the day of your departure, but it’s best to pre-book as there can be long stand-by lines to get onto ferries, particularly on weekends and public holidays.
Be sure to leave enough time for customs procedures at either end.
Soon came the fiery Dragon’s Treasure in the world's largest special effects projection dome, followed by a Michael Jackson museum, the 3.7m gallon aquatic spectacle House of Dancing Water and an onslaught of pro boxers and Biebsters.
Many have shunned Hong Kong in favour of Macau’s swanky venues, where dancing sirens, Dreamworks characters and digital mermaids join in the fun.
Apart from Air Macau (en.mo) and mainland Chinese carriers from major cities across the country, a growing number of low-cost airlines, including Air Asia ( Tiger Air ( Viet Jet Air (from Danang, and Cebu Pacific ( fly in and out of Macau linking up places like Bangkok, Singapore, Manila, Japan and South Korea.
Erstwhile local budget airline Viva Macau, alas, did not survive the initial stampede and folded its wings after a short stint in the low cost skies.
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