Cotai (Chinese: 路氹城) (Port.Zona do Aterro de Cotai) is a 5.2 square kilometres (2.0 sq mi) piece of newly reclaimed land between Taipa and Coloane islands in Macau, that has not yet been assigned to any of the freguesias. The Chinese and Portuguese names are a portmanteau of the two islands, Coloane and Taipa.
Cotai was created to provide Macau with a new gambling and tourism area since Macau is so densely populated and land is scarce. The Cotai Strip is the name used more commonly for this area in Cotai where the casinos and hotels are currently being built.
Note: The following Parishes are purely symbolic there are no political administrative sub-divisions in Macau after the formation of Instituto para os Assuntos Cívicos e Municipais in 2002. Cotai was never a parish.