The Macau Peninsula, gradually formed by the Pearl River and West River estuaries, and by land reclamation, is mostly flat, but there are a few elevated spots.
Some steep, rolling hills are located on the island of Coloane, and along the southern coastline of the island of Taipa.
The highest point is Coloane Alto at 567 ft. (173 m).
There are no major rivers or lakes in Macau.
|Land Area||28 km2|
|Government Type||Presidential Limited Democracy; A Special Administrative Region Of The PRC|
|GDP (PPP)||$63.22 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$96,100|
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