Macau Tower Tour Guide System Sam Sze January 15, 2003 Content Introduction to Macau Tower Tour Guide System Demo Discussion Project Introduction
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January 15, 2003
…Like a new town center of Macau
58/F Observation Lounge
As the Tower's main viewing deck, the Observation Lounge is a spacious area to relax in. Gaze out over Taipa and Coloane. Look for Macau's landmarks and historical sites. Or try to spot Hong Kong's outlying islands.
57/F Skywalk 1
Could you bear being outside the Tower with only a hand rail to cling to, a metal grid to walk on? Could you stand being in the open a harrowing 216 m above ground? Take in the Tower's awesome height with a rush of adrenaline on the thrilling Skywalk
60/F 360° Café
A great place to meet friends, celebrate an occasion or have a romantic dinner, the 360° Café boasts a vast buffet and one of the best backdrops in Macau. Admire every angle of the view as it passes by your table at the revolving restaurant.
59/F 180° Lounge
Cafe by day and bar by night, the 180° Lounge is a laid-back venue for sundowners and admiring Macau's lights. Live music complements the relaxed atmosphere making this a great alternative to Macau's other night spots.
60/F Outdoor Observation Deck & Skywalk 2
Admire the highest possible view of Macau at the Outdoor Observation Deck while enjoying snacks from the Sky Cafe. Then challenge yourself with Skywalk 2 and walk outside the Tower on the upper deck, 61 floors above ground in the open air.