Macau

Macau, also spelled Macao, is, along with Hong Kong, one of the two special administrative regions of the People's Republic of China. It lies on the western side of the Pearl River Delta, bordering Guangdong province to the north and facing the South China Sea to the east and south.

Macau was a Portuguese colony and both the first and last European colony in China. Portuguese traders first settled in Macau in the 16th century and subsequently administered the region until the handover on 20 December 1999. The Sino-Portuguese Joint Declaration and the Basic Law of Macau stipulate that Macau operates with a high degree of autonomy until at least 2049, fifty years after the transfer.

Serviced Offices in Macau

AIA Tower

AIA Tower is strategically located in the heart of the Central Business District. AIA Tower is in close proximity to the Macau-Taipa Bridge and is right in the centre of the cobweb of government institutes and world-class hotel facilities, including the Macau Government Headquarters, Portuguese Consulate and Hotel Lisboa.