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This detailed travel guide will take you to the top 50 things to do in Macau (Macao), including tourist attractions, museums, casinos, heritage buildings, great markets and what not... Practical information is very detailed, including opening time, how to get there, what is the entrance fee and so on...
Asia Pacific Guides™ Top 50 things to do in… Macau Click here to view all our FREE travel eBooks of Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau and Bangkok Copyright © 2012 Asia-Pacific Guides Ltd. All rights reserved. 1-25 Places of interest around Central Macau and Porto Interior Name and details What is there to be seen How to get there and what to see next A-Ma Temple This is where it all begun… One of From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Macau's oldest and most significant Largo Senado): Nos. 2, 5, 7, 10, 10A, 11 Daily, morning till evening temples was originally built in 1488 to and 21A commemorate a miracle in which Free entrance A-ma, the mythic goddess of From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau fishermen, saved a boat from racking. (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : 3, 10 Did you know? When the and 10A Portuguese first set a foot Nestled on the slopes of a rocky hill, in Macau, hundreds of facing Macau's inner harbor, the From Macau Tower : Nos. 18 and 21 years ago, they asked locals temple boasts some prayer halls, for the name of the place pavilions and courtyards, connected From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha and and where answered "A-ma by winding paths that run through Museum of Taipa and Coloane History : gau" (The bay of A-ma)…. moon gates and tiny gardens (some of No. 11 Eventually, the name was the prayer halls are dedicated to other distorted and Ama gau deities). Garden spots, built into the From The Venetian and City of Dreams : became Macau… cliff behind the temple, provide some Nos. 21, 21A and 26 excellent views. From "Coloane Village" : 21, 21A and 26 Macau Maritime Museum Although it is not as impressive as Right opposite A-ma Temple other maritime museums around the (see above) Daily (except Tuesday), 10am - 6pm world, Macau's Maritime Museum (sales of tickets will close at 5:30 pm) certainly justifies a visit. Admission fees apply The exhibitions focus on the history of South China's fishermen communities, Website as well as on the naval history of both Portugal and China, and the exhibits include some really nice models and replicas of antique boats, as well as old and modern instruments and navigation tools Fabulous Portuguese Restaurants Macau's Portuguese restaurants pride A-Lorcha and Litoral are both near A-ma themselves for serving "the best Temple (see above) Daily, for lunch and dinner Portuguese food outside Portugal"… What's more, the city's old restaurants Click HERE to find some of Bookings are recommended also serve "real" Macanese cuisine, the best rates for hostels and (particularly for dinner) which blends the flavors of Portugal, low-cost accommodations in China and the lusophone colonies… Hong Kong and Asia ! A-Lorcha: 2831 3193/5 A Lorcha and Restaurante Litoral, Restaurante Litoral : 2896 7878 near A-ma Temple and the Maritime Museum, are both very recommended Pousada de São Tiago and Barra Pousada de São Tiago is an Pousada de São Tiago is just a few Fort atmospheric Portuguese-style minutes' walk from A-Ma Temple and boutique hotel that was built within Macau Maritime Museum (down along Daily, till late the ramparts of the 1620s Barra Fort, Rua Sao Tiago da Barra). one of colonial Macau's most strategic Phone: 2837 8111 strongholds. Continue… Other than the remains of the ancient fort, the hotel boasts a lovely terrace- cafe where you can dine alfresco and enjoy the views over Macau's inner harbour (Porto Interior). Penha Chapel and Santa Sancha Strategically perched at the top of If coming from Pousada de Sao Tiago: Palace Barra Hill, Penha Chapel was originally Walk along Avenida da Republica, by the built in 1622 (although the current "lake", pass the tennis courts, turn left into The church is open daily, 9 am - structure dates back to 1837) and Calcada da Praia and left again into 5:30 pm enjoys a fantastic view over the city Estrada de Santa Sancha. and the bay (which is the main reason for coming here) . If coming from Largo do Lilau: Walk Hong Kong Day Trips through Rua do Lilau and Rua da Penha Discover Asia's World City The striking pink Santa Sancha Palace, and turn right to Calcada da Penha with just a few minutes' walk down the hill, which you climb the hill to the church. with those who know it best ! is an elegant 1846 colonial manor house which used to be the residence of the Portuguese governor of Macau. The Mandarin's House, Moorish Built in the 1870s by one of Macau’s most prominent families, the Chinese-style Barracks and Largo do Lilau Mandarin's House, which used to be the biggest private house in town, is one of the most impressive sites along Macau's Heritage Trail, and one of the only historic Mandarin's House is open daily Chinese-style mansions in Macau that are open to the public. (except Wednesday), 10am – 6pm The compound comprises several courtyard houses and integrates both western Website and Chinese architectural styles, including typical Chinese elements like a walled private garden, decorative tiles and intricately carved doors… The Moorish Barracks building Standing atop of a granite platform above the street, just a heartbeat from the currently houses government offices, Mandarin's House, the Moorish Barracks was built in the 1870s and features so you should ask for permission to beautiful neo-classical motifs that integrate both Moghul-Indian and English enter (although it is much nicer from architectural styles (the building's name comes from its architecture, which outside) somewhat resembles the Moorish style)… Largo do Lilau (Lilau Square) is a small shady piazza that was built around the natural spring which used to provide fresh water to Macau's people, back in the old colonial days... Getting there: From the piazza in front of A-ma Temple : Enter Calcada da Barra and at the end of the small lane turn right and walk up the street to the Moorish Barracks and onwards, to Largo do Lilau and the Mandarin's House. Old churches and colonial buildings A cluster of beautiful ancient churches To get to Largo de Santo Agostinho: and old colonial buildings can be From A-ma Temple, Largo do Lilau and St. Open daily, morning till evening found around St. Augustine's Square, Lawrence's Church : Continue walking between A-ma Temple and Senado Sq. along Rua de São Lourenço till you see the Free entrance to all this sites jade-green façade of Dom Pedro V Theatre Well noted for its impressive twin on your left. towers, St. Lawrence's Church is one of Macau's three oldest churches. It If coming from Largo do Senado: Tiny Rua was originally built in the 1560s do Dr. Soares, on the right side of Leal (although the current structure dates Senado Building, will take you to Calcada back to the mid-19th century) and as do Tronco Velho, with which you climb to the shoreline passed nearby in those St. Augustine's church. days, it was popular among Portuguese sailors and their families, Continue… who used to pray here before heading to the ships. Fantastic discount hotel rates St. Joseph's Seminary and Church, just throughout Asia! a couple of minutes' walk from here Click NOW for some of the (via Rua da Prata, at the back of St. best available rates Lawrence's Church), is one of Macau's most beautiful churches. It was first in Singapore, Hong Kong, built by the Jesuits in 1728 and Bangkok, Shanghai, Beijing, features a classic Baroque Tokyo and Seoul… architecture. The church's interior is rich and lavish, with plenty of well- preserved decorations, and its high domed ceiling gives exceptionally fine acoustics. St. Augustine's Square (Largo de Santo Agostinho) is a beautiful Portuguese- style cobblestone-paved piazza, surrounded by some historical buildings that are worth knowing about, like St. Augustine's Church, after which the square is called, Sir Robert Ho Tung Library (a late 19th century building that was originally constructed as the mansion of Dona Carolina Cunha) and the 1860s jade- green building of Dom Pedro V Theatre, China's first western style theatre, which its impressive façade is decorated with Roman style pillars and triangular pediment. Rua da Felicidade and its offshoots Rua da Felicidade (literally "Happiness A few minutes' walk from Senado Square: Street") was once the heart of Macau's Walk through tiny Rua do Dr. Soares, on Daily (24/7) red lights district, and that is how it the right side of Leal Senado Building, turn got its rather peculiar name... right to Rua Dos Cules and after a couple of minutes right again, to Felicidade Nowadays, it is an authentic shopping Make the most of your stay in street where you can buy some If Coming from St. Augustine's Square: Macau with the See Macau "exotic" products, enjoy some truly Walk down Calcada do Tronco Velho, turn Attractions Pass ! Click here for authentic food and see some nice left to Rua Dos Cules and after a couple of more details ! shophouses with traditional red minutes right, to Rua Felicidade. louvers... (Movie lovers may recognize the street from "Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Doom"). The picturesque street is also home to some really good restaurants, like Tou Tou Koi, that serves some of the nicest Chinese hotpot/steamboat dishes in Macau..., Fat Siu Lau, which has been serving genuine Macanese cuisine for God knows how many years and is possibly the city's oldest restaurant, Café Kam Ma Lon (A modest eatery that serves good local food at Continue… moderate prices), Sai Nam (Cantonese seafood) and Restaurant Cheong Kei noodle, which is known for its lovely Cantonese specialties, prepared with a traditional "Macanese touch"... The Cultural Club and Pawnshop Housed in Tak Seng On, an old building Avenida Almeida Ribeiro (A short walk Museum with mixed Chinese and western from either Senado Square or Rua motifs that used to accommodate a Felicidade) Daily, 10:30am - 8pm prosperous pawnshop long time ago, the Cultural Club gives the visitor an Small entrance fee opportunity to see lots of lovely art pieces, related to Macau's culture and More info heritage, and to understand the role that pawnshops used to play in Macau's daily life, more than a century ago. There is also a nice arts shop. Senado Square (Largo do Senado) Located right at the heart of the city, From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime this large Portuguese-style piazza is Museum : Nos. 2, 5, 7, 10, 10A, 11, 18 and 24/7 surrounded by many heritage sites, as 21A well as coffee shops, restaurants, An article with more details about the market lanes and shops, and it's From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand square and its places-of-interest always busy with people... Lisboa and Wynn): Just a short walk along Avenida Infante D. Henrique / Avenida How to find the best deals in Asia ? Rua Sul do Mercado de São Domingos, Almeida Ribeiro. next to the square, and the small Instantly compare the world's market lanes around it are packed From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau leading hotel-websites and get the with small shops and factory outlets (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : Nos. 3, BEST rates for accommodation in where inexpensive surpluses are 3A 10 and 10A Macau, Hong Kong, Shanghai, sold... The new city market complex, Beijing, Bangkok, Singapore, on the right side of the street From Macau Tower : Nos. 9A, 23 and 32 to Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Taipei (Complexo Municipal do Mercado de S. the Lisboa / Wynn Macau and from there and elsewhere throughout Asia... Domingos) is also a place you should proced by foot. visit, if you are after bargains. From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha and Facing the square from Avenida Museum of Taipa and Coloane History : Almeida Ribeiro, the neo-classical Leal Nos. 11 and 33 Senado Building (Portuguese for Loyal Senate) was erected in 1784 and From The Venetian and City of Dreams : served as the seat of Macau's Nos. 21A and 26A Government during the old colonial days. Nowadays, there is an exhibition From "Coloane Village" : Nos. 21A and 26A hall here that is worth visiting Other places of interest around Senado Square include The Holy House of Mercy, The Cathedral, Santo Domingo Church, Lou Kau Mansion, and Sam Kai Vui Kun (Kuan Tai Temple) Do you know you can enjoy savings of up to 40% on more than 20 of the best attractions and activities in Hong Kong and Macau with the Hong Kong Flexi Pack ? Each of those smart cards comes with free entry to 3 or 5 top attractions and things-to-do and is Valid for one month from activation, which means you can really explore the city at your own pace... Santo Domingo Church Nestled at the inner end of Senado Same as Senado Square (above) Square, this beautiful church was Daily, morning till evening. originally built in the late 16th century, although the present Baroque-Filipino Entry is free building, with its cream-beige façade and green louvers, dates back to 1828 There is also a small museum here with religious exhibits from the history of the Roman-catholic church in Asia The Holy House of Mercy Occupying a beautiful neo-classical Same as Senado Square (above) building with a notable Roman Daily (except Sundays and holidays) pediment, right on Senado Square, 10am - 1pm and 2:30 - 5:30 pm the Holy House of Mercy Institution Hong Kong Day Trips was founded in 1569 by the first Discover Asia's World City Entry is MOP$ 5 at the time of writing bishop of Macau, Dom Belchior with those who know it best ! Carneiro, in order to provide medical An interesting article about the museum services and other charitable assistance to the community, and was actually the first western-style hospital in China. There is a small museum within the building where you can see some historical religious artifacts of the institution. Lou Kau Mansion Built in 1889 as the residence of one of Same as Senado Square (above) Macau's wealthiest traders, this Daily (except Monday), 9am to 5pm magnificent court-yard house features The mansion is on Travessa da Se, which is an excellent example of typical off Senado Square (Two minutes' walk Free Entrance Chinese mansion architecture, right in from Santo Domingo Church) the middle of Portuguese Macau. The Short article about the history of the wood screens, the stained-glass place windows and the porches are all very interesting. Lemon Cello Gellato, which is just a stone's throw away, sells some of the best Italian ice cream in Macau. The Cathedral The Cathedral, one of Macau's most Same as Senado Square (above) impressive historical landmark, was Daily originally built of wood in 1576, and Located in Largo da Se' (The small piazza at was housed in various different the top end of an alley above Senado Free Entrance buildings (one of which was nearly Square). destroyed by a typhoon in 1874) until its present building was inaugurated in Make the most of your stay in 1937. Macau with the See Macau Attractions Pass ! Click here for The main draw here are the stained- more details ! glass windows. Otherwise, there is a small private museum in the adjacent Bishop's palace (ask the guard to see it and he will let you in). Ruins of St. Paul's Standing atop of a massive flight of From Senado Square (Largo do Senado): stone stairs, the impressive southern Walk inside the square all the way to Santo Daily, 24 hours (The Museum is façade of the Ruins of St. Paul's, one Domingo Church, where you turn right and open daily, 9 am - 6 pm) of Macau's best known and most left, to Rua da Palha, which will take you photographed landmark, is the only to Rua de S. Paulo and Ruins of St. Paul's. Free Entrance remain of St. Paul's Cathedral and College, which was built by the Jesuits . between 1582 and 1602 and was the How to find the best deals in Asia? largest Catholic church in Asia at the time... The intricate carvings on the Instantly compare the world's façade were done between 1620 and leading hotel-websites and get the 1627 by Japanese Christians in exile BEST rates for accommodation in from their homeland and local Macau, Hong Kong, Shanghai, craftsmen, under the direction of Beijing, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Italian Jesuit Carlo Spinola. Lumpur, Seoul, Taipei and elsewhere throughout Asia... The Museum of sacred art and Crypt, at the back side of the façade, displays items of high historical and artistic value from the 16th to the 19th centuries (mostly related to the history of the catholic missions in the region). The Museum of Macau The Museum of Macau, right next to The entrance to the museum is a minute's Ruins of St. Paul's, is our last walk from the Ruins of St. Paul's Daily (except Monday), 10am - 6pm destination for today. Built within the ramparts of Fortaleza do Monte Admission fees apply (Mount fortress), Macau's historical military headquarters, this fantastic Website museum displays the territory's history, from prehistoric eras to our days, in quite a fascinating way and with special focus on the city's different communities and their cultures. Gobbling Portuguese Egg Tarts Visiting Macau without gobbling a few Margaret’s Cafe e Nata is located on a egg-tarts is as unthinkable as visiting small patio off Rua Comandante Mata e Egypt without seeing the Pyramids... Oliveira (a couple of minutes' walk from Click HERE to find some of These custard-filled pastries have long the Grand Lisboa) the best rates for hostels and become one of the city's icons and can low-cost accommodations in be addictive… Especially when they Tea Plus is on Rua da Palha, right in Hong Kong and Asia ! come fresh from the oven. between Senado Square and Ruins of St. Paul's. Margaret’s Cafe e Nata is probably the best place in town to indulge on Pasteleria Koi Kei has few outlets in town: freshly baked egg tarts, but you may Rua de S. Paulo, Largo Senado and Rua also try "Tea Plus" or "Pasteleria Koi Felcidade are the best known (and best Kei" if you happen to be in the vicinity located). of Senado Square and Ruins of St. Paul's and don't feel like walking all the way down to Margaret’s Traveling to Hong Kong ? Click here to get some of the best rates for accommodation in Asia's world city. Indulge on Cantonese noodles and Wong Chi Kei, on Largo do Senado, Fung Shing Chu Kei Noodle Expert is on 127 Wonton and Fung Shing Chu Kei Noodle Expert, Travessa dos Mercadores, off Rua on Travessa dos Mercadores (off Rua Felicidade (just a short stroll from Senado Felicidade) are both famous for their Square and Avenida Ribeiro). authentic Cantonese noodle dishes, and Wanton noodles in particular… Wong Chi Kei is right on Largo do Senado. The first is more of a proper restaurant (with relatively moderate prices), while the latter is an authentic local eatery per se. A sentimental journey to Macau's Rua de Cinco de Outubro is one of those old and characterful streets between the old teahouses and cafés city centre and Porto Interior, and just like on some of the other streets in this part of town, you can see quite a few shops here that look as if they belong to another era... Tai Long Fong is a 70 years old teahouse where you can enjoy an authentic "yum cha" with delicious, old-style dim sums, while watching a Cantonese opera performance. Nam Peng Café, just a few doors away, is another culinary institution that has been serving old school food for God knows how many years… Their egg-ham-and- roasted pork sandwiches are legendary, and so are their small doughnuts and other breakfast stuff… Tai Long Fong is on 127 Rua de Cinco de Outubro, while Nam Peng Café is on 85 Getting there: Off Avenida Ribeiro, halfway between Senado Square and Porto Interior (A short walk from Ponte 16) Luis de Camoes Garden, St. Named after Portugal's national poet, Luís de Camões, this lovely park offers its Anthony Church, the Old visitors a green lung with rocky landscapes and nice city views, and although it is Protestant Cemetery and Casa one of the city's less known attractions, it is well worth visiting... Garden The main draw here is the grotto where the legendary poet worked on his famous Daily, morning till evening epic poem, Os Lusíadas ("The Lusiads"), during the time he lived in Macau. Right at the entrance to the grotto there is a 19th century bust, commemorating Free entry Camões and his famous poem. Casa Garden, right next to the entrance to Camoes Garden, is an imposing colonial Fantastic discount hotel rates villa, encircled by a lovely garden, that was built in 1770 by a well-heeled throughout Asia! Portuguese merchant Click NOW for some of the best available rates Next door, in the Old Protestant Cemetery, you can see some detailed tombstones in Singapore, Hong Kong, that tell the stories of famous figures from Macau's early days, and although the Bangkok, Shanghai, Beijing, cemetery is small, it is quite "atmospheric" and certainly justifies a short visit... Tokyo and Seoul… St. Anthony Church (Santo Antonio), across the street from the park, is one of Macau's three oldest churches, and while the current building is less than 100 years old, its predecessors date back to the mid-16th century From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : Nos. 18 and 26 From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 8A, 18, 18A and 19 (or simply walk via Santo Domingo Church and Ruins of St. Paul's) From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 18A and 19 The Fire Services Museum of Occupying the 1920s colonial building The museum is on the corner of Estrada do Macau (Museu dos Bombeiros) which once housed the city's fire Repouso and Estrada de Coelho do Amaral brigade, this small museum focuses on You can take a walk from Camoes Garden Daily, 10 am - 6 pm the history of Macau's fire-fighting (see instructions above), or from the services and although it is not one of Museum of Macau and Ruins of St. Paul's Entrance is free Macau best known attractions, it is (From the back of the ruins/museum, walk still worth visiting, especially if you along Rua Belchior Carneiro to the need a nice time-killer for the kids, roundabout, turn left to Estrada do who more often than not show Repouso and walk downhill for a short interest in the old vehicles (although while, till you see the museum on your grownups are also likely to enjoy it). right hand side). St. Michael Cemetery and Tap Macau's largest Catholic cemetery The easiest way to get here is by foot from Seac Gallery accommodates quite a few the entrance to Guia Hill Park / Cable-car sumptuously decorated tombstones that combine both Chinese and It is also not too far from Ruins of St. Paul's European motifs - An interesting and Macau Museum example of Macau's cultural diversity. Tap Seac Gallery is nestled within a The gallery is open daily, 10 am - 7 1920s neo-classical building, just a pm and the entrance is free short stroll from the cemetery, and while it mainly promotes local artists, Website it also showcases art from abroad. Lou Lim Leoc Garden and Macau Lou Lim Leoc Garden is a lovely little The easiest way to get here is by foot from Tea Culture House park with Chinese landscaping, and the entrance to Guia Hill Park / Cable-car although it is slightly rundown, it's still worth a visit... Do you know? We have a whole Built by a well-off 19th century Chinese range of free eBooks and mini-city- merchant, it boasts some beautiful guides about Asia's most popular Chinese motifs like lotus ponds with city destinations... Click HERE to gold fish, Chinese pavilions, bridges view and download them. and winding paths... Occupying a nice colonial villa, next to the garden, the Macau Tea Culture Open daily (except Monday), 9 am - House (Casa Cultural de Cha de 7 pm and entrance is free Macau) tells the story of Macau's rich tea culture through a range of Website exhibitions... Dr. Sun Yat Sen Memorial House Occupying an oriental manor on Just a heartbeat from the entrance to Guia Avenida Sidonio Pais, near Guia Hill, Hill Park / Cable-car (see below) Daily (except Tuesday), 10am - 5pm Dr. Sun Yat Sen Memorial House is dedicated to the ideology and Free entrance philosophy of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, a Hong Kong Day Trips legendary Chinese political leader and Discover Asia's World City More info (Wikipedia) groundbreaker who played a major with those who know it best ! role in bringing the Qing regime to its end, in 1911, and transferring China from a monarchy to a republic. Sun, who is usually described as the "father of modern China", stayed in this house between 1892 and 1894. Guia Hill and Guia Fortress Guia Hill, one of Macau's tallest, From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime greenest and most picturesque hills, Museum : Nos. 2, 2A, 5, 9 and 18 The cable car runs every day boasts a few attractions that are well (except Monday), 8 am - 6 pm. worth seeing: From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 2, 2A, 5, 18 and 19 The trip costs MOP$ 3 - one way or At the foot of the hill, as you enter, MOP$ 5 - return. there is a nice park with a small zoo From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand (somewhat rundown), an aviary and Lisboa and Wynn): 2A, 9, 12, 19, 32 some landscaped gardens with How to find the best deals in Asia ? manmade cascades... From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau From here, you can take a short cable (Macau Grand Prix Museum) : 12 and 32 Instantly compare the world's car ride to the upper side of the hill, leading hotel-websites and get the and enjoy nice views on the way... From Macau Tower : No. 32. BEST rates for accommodation in Macau, Hong Kong, Shanghai, The Guia Hill Municipal Park, up on From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha: No. Beijing, Bangkok, Singapore, top of the hill, provides some fabulous 22 Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Taipei cityscape and harbor views, as well as and elsewhere throughout Asia... lovely walking trails. The best part of From The Venetian and City of Dreams : the visit to the hill, however, is the Nos. 25 and 25X imposing Guia Fortress and its chapel that were erected in the early 1600s, From "Coloane Village" : No. 25 following a failed raid attempt by the Dutch. The lighthouse was built in the 1860s and is the first western style lighthouse on the China coast. Another place of interest on Guia Hill are the underground tunnels (or the Air Raid Shelters, as they are commonly known). 26-30 Places-of-interest in the north of Macau Name and details What is there to be seen How to get there and what to see next Kun Iam Temple Dedicated to Kun Iam, the Chinese From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and goddess of mercy, this beautiful Largo Senado): Nos. 18, 18A and 19 Daily, morning till evening Buddhist temple was originally built on the 13th century and is possibly From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Free entrance Macau's oldest and among the city's Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 18a, 19 and 22 biggest and richest temples. From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau The present building dates back to (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : No. 12 Make the most of your stay in 1627 and boasts plenty of lavish Macau with the See Macau ornaments and Buddhist art, both From Guia Hill Park / Cable car : As you Attractions Pass ! Click here for inside and in the courtyard… walk out of the park (a minute from the more details ! cable-car), turn right to Sidonio Pais and The temple had its 15 minutes of fame left to Ouvidor Arriaga. The third street on in 1844, when the first Sino-American the right (Costa Cabral) will lead you trade treaty was signed there. straight to the temple. Do you know you can enjoy savings of up to 40% on more than 20 of the best attractions and activities in Hong Kong and Macau with the Hong Kong Flexi Pack ? Each of those smart cards comes with free entry to 3 or 5 top attractions and things-to-do and is Valid for one month from activation, which means you can really explore the city at your own pace... The "Three Lamps District" Rotunda de Carlos da Maia, at the From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime heart of the historic "Three Lamps Museum : Nos. 1, 5, 6, 9, 18 and 26 Daily, all day District", is not really a sightseeing spot as such, but it is one of Macau's From the City Centre (Largo Senado): Free entrance most popular shopping areas and one Nos. 3, 3X, 4, 5, 18, 18A and 19 of the best places to see how the locals live, and experience the city's From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand day-to-day life in its most Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 3, 3X, 4, 9A, 18a, unpretentious form. 23, 25X, 32, 33 and 7A The roundabout and its offshoots are From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands packed with small shops, boutiques Macau: No. 3, 12, 17 and 32 and street vendors that specialize in inexpensive clothes, mostly surpluses From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha : and seconds of genuine brand-names, No. 33 and there is also a decent choice of authentic eateries and street food From The Venetian and City of Dreams : vendors around, to take care of the Nos. 25X and 26 culinary side... From "Coloane Village" : No. 26 The Red Market Well known for its notorious smell, the Just a short walking distance from the Red Market (Hung Kai Si) is Macau's "Three Lamps" (see above) Daily, early morning till afternoon main "wet market" and the place where locals shop for their fresh Free entrance seafood, meat and green groceries. How to find the best deals in Asia? Instantly compare the world's The huddle of small stalls, in and leading hotel-websites and get the around the market, is where you can BEST rates for accommodation in try all sorts of Cantonese street Macau, Hong Kong, Shanghai, specialties and other exotic snacks... Beijing, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Taipei and Daily (except Tuesday), 12noon to OX Warehouse, on the corner of elsewhere throughout Asia... 7pm Almirante Lacerda and Coronel Mesquita, just a stone's throw from Free entrance the "Red Market", belongs to a non- profit organization of local Macanese artists and displays their works... If contemporary art is your thing, it is well worth a visit. Offering 50% off and 'Buy 1, get 1 free' discounts at nearly 100 of Hong Kong's top restaurants, shops and spas, the Hong Kong Card includes plenty of quality dining options, and is really easy to use. What's more, it comes with a handy pocket-sized city guide that was written by locals and resident expats and covers everything, from transport and attractions, to culture, shopping and nightlife… Canidrome - Greyhound racing If you have had enough of the city's From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime casinos and you truly believe that Museum : No. 1 and 7 Races are held on Mondays, man's best friend can bring you more Thursdays, Fridays and weekends, luck than manmade slot machines and From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and starting from 7:45 pm. Baccarat tables, opt to Asia's only Largo Senado): Nos. 3, 4, 7, and 8A greyhound racing stadium! Admission is MOP$10 (usable for From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand betting) for the public stand. As a matter of fact, spending an Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 3, 4, 7A, 8 and 17 evening at the Canidrome is an For more info, call them: 2833 3399 experience worth trying, even if you From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau have no plans to bet… (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : Nos. 8 and 17 Lin Zexu Memorial Museum and This relatively small museum is Same as the Canidrome (see above) Lin Fung Temple dedicated to Lin Zexu: The imperial commissioner who is best You can also walk from the "Red Market", Daily (except Monday), 9am - 5pm remembered for his uncompromising as it is not that far… stand in the struggle against opium Small admission fees apply smuggling by the British into Guangzhou, a struggle that has triggered the outbreak of the First Opium War, between 1839 and 1842. Although it is not among the most famous of Macau attractions, the museum certainly worth a visit, as it gives the visitor a glimpse to one of modern history's most captivating times… Lin Fung Temple, right next to the museum, is one of Macau's three most ancient and most visited temples. Originally built in 1592, it is devoted to the Chinese goddess of mercy, Kun Iam and boasts plenty of artistic ornaments and manicured gardens. How to find the BEST hotel deals in Asia ? Simply use our comparison service NOW to instantly compare the world's leading hotel-websites and get the best rates for accommodation in Macau, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Taipei and elsewhere throughout Asia... 31-42 Attractions between Fisherman's Wharf and Macau Tower Name and details What is there to be seen How to get there and what to see next Macau Fisherman's Wharf Although it is far less successful than it The Fisherman's Wharf operates its own was meant to be, Macau Fisherman's shuttle bus service that picks passengers 24/7 Wharf is still one of the city's nicest from the Macau Ferry Terminal, as well as attractions and a place well worth from other one or two points around Free entrance visiting, especially if you are here with town. Click here for the schedule. the whole family... Website From A-Ma Temple: Nos. 10 and 10A The main draw here is the Legend Boulevard: A pedestrian mall lined From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and with a range of European and coastal Hong Kong Day Trips town architectures that replicate Largo Senado): Nos. 3, 3A, 10 and 10A Discover Asia's World City streets and suburbs from port-cities with those who know it best ! From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand around the globe... You can have a Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 3, 3A, 10, 10A 10B, cup of coffee at a French Riviera café , 12, 17 and 32 eat seafood in Cape Town or New Orleans and have your dessert in From Macau Tower : Nos. 23 and 32. Amsterdam or Lisbon... From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha : The Underground Amusement Centre No. 28A boasts plenty of video-games, including the popular F-1 simulator. From The Venetian and City of Dreams : The Venetian operates a free shuttle service to Sands Macau. It leaves every 5 - 15 minutes, from 10am to midnight. Sands Casino Well noted for its humongous gold The Sands is located right next to Macau glass-clad façade, The Sands used to Fisherman's Wharf (see above). 24/7 hold the "world's largest casino" title until the opening of the Venetian, in Free entrance 2007, and although it is no longer the world's biggest, it is still worth Website visiting… Other than gambling the Sands offers very good entertainment to its visitors, as well as some very good restaurants, including one of Macau's best buffet restaurants. Macau Grand Prix Museum This small museum is one of Macau's The museum is housed in the Tourism "must sees" and you are likely to enjoy Activities Centre, on Rua de Luis Gonzaga Daily (except Tuesday) 10am - 6pm it even if museums are not your usual Gomes, just behind the Lotus Flower cup of tea... Statue (opposite the entrance to Macau Admission fees apply Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Casino). Stroll through all those legendary cars Website and bikes that made history on one of Do you want to know more the world's most demanding street about Hong Kong and tracks - Macau's Guia Circuit, and see Macau? Subscribe NOW to those vehicles that were once driven our FREE newsletter and gain by icons like Ayrton Senna, Michael instant access to ALL our and Ralf Schumacher, and David online-guides ! Coulthard, alongside some antique racing cars. Macau Wine Museum Tucked in the Tourism Activities Next door to Macau Grand Prix Museum Centre, right next to the Grand Prix Daily (except Tuesday) 10am - 6pm Museum, this small and nice museum focuses on Portugal's wine industry Admission fees apply and takes the visitor through the history of wine production, techniques and technology, culture and even wine-related festivals and customs... Wine tasting is also included. Traveling to Hong Kong ? Click here to get some of the best rates for accommodation in Asia's world city. The Handover Gifts Museum of Housed in a modern glass and still The museum is just a short stroll from Macau building that stands exactly where the Macau Fisherman's Wharf and the Sands 1999 handover ceremony took place, (Walk out of the gate next to Babylon Daily (except Monday) 10am - 7pm this fabulous museum displays all Casino, cross the road and you are there). those gifts that were bestowed upon Free entrance. Macau and its residents by the It is also within a short walk from Kun Iam government of the People's Republic Statue and Macao Science Center (see Website of China and its various counties, below). municipalities and autonomous regions (including Hong Kong). Each of the gifts is a beautiful piece of art that reflects the artistic skills of the region from where it came... Really awesome ! Macau Museum of Art This excellent museum doesn't have Right next to The Handover Gifts Museum. any permanent exhibitions, so new Daily (except Monday), 10am - 7pm works of art and other exhibits keep You can easily walk to the museum from on coming all the time.. Macau Fisherman's Wharf (Walk out Admission fees apply through the gate next to Babylon Casino, The changing exhibitions do, however, cross the road and you are there), or from Website (see what is currently on) focus on Macau, its history and its Kun Iam Statue / the "Docas" Macau LKF) art... From prehistoric artifacts and ancient ceramic figurines, to beautiful examples of Chinese calligraphy, and from colonial-style paintings to modern Macanese art and what have you... Macao Science Center Occupying a colossal sci-fi looking From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime conical structure, the Macao Science Museum : No. 10A Daily (except Thursday) 10am - 6pm Center boasts 12 galleries where you can familiarize yourself with almost From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Admission fees apply every possible field of science, Largo Senado): Nos. 3A and 10A including Space science, food science, Website Robotics, Earth science and what not… From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): It's a 10 minutes stroll Contrarily to many "ordinary" museums, the galleries at the Macao From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau Science Center are all interactive (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : Walk (three of them are specifically (see Macau Museum of Art above). designed for small kids and toddlers) and the visitor can take part in plenty From Macau Tower : Nos. 9A, 23 and 32 to Continue… of interesting activities. the Lisboa and from there proceed by foot. There is also a fantastic planetarium Fantastic discount hotel rates here, where you can watch interesting From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun throughout Asia! 3-D documentaries about space Yat-Sen House: Nos. 12 and 17. Click NOW for some of the exploration and other topics. best available rates in Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo and Seoul… Kun Iam Statue and "Macau Lan Rising to a height of 20 meters, on a See Macao Science Centre (Above) Kwai Fong" manmade island right next to Macau's waterfront, the beautiful bronze It is a short walk from The Wynn/Lisboa statue of China's goddess of mercy has long become one of Macau's most recognized attractions. The Kun Iam Ecumenical Centre, at its Click HERE to find some of foot, houses a small exhibition where the best rates for hostels and you can fetch some educational low-cost accommodations in literature about Buddhism, Taoism Hong Kong and Asia ! and Confucianism. Across the street from Kun Iam Statue, on Avenida Dr. Sun Yat Sen and its neighboring streets, there is a lively dining and nightlife area called the Docas (Docks), although it is also known as Macau LKF (after Hong Kong's famous nightlife district), and while it is primarily a nightlife district, most venues open during the day… The Wynn fountain-show (and Developed by the same people who The Wynn sits in one of Macau's most other attractions) created the internationally known central locations, right opposite the Lisboa Bellagio Fountains in Vegas, the (look here for bus routes and directions) Daily, the whole evening fountain-show at the Wynn features a beautiful combination of sound, lights, Free entrance bursts of fire and water pyrotechnics, and while it is not as extravagant as its counterpart in Vegas, it is spectacular. And while you are at the Wynn, do not miss the other free (and thrilling) attractions this glitzy hotel has to offer, such as the "Tree of Prosperity Show" and the "Dragon of Fortune", as well as the "Moon Jellyfish Aquarium". The See Hong Kong and Macau Attractions Pass is truly GREAT for those of you who wish to make the most of their precious holiday time… You can jump aboard the Big Bus for an open-top ride around Hong Kong’s famous landmarks, or ride the world’s famous Peak Tram, visit one (or more) of Hong Kong's many museums, enjoy a scenic balloon flight, take a dim-sum cooking class, travel by the Turbojet to Macau, visit Macau Tower and much more… Casino Lisboa Macau Stanley Ho's world-known casino has From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and long become a true "Macau Largo Senado): From Senado Square, turn Daily, the whole evening institution" and although it was left to Avenida Almeida Ribeiro and walk recently renovated, it still keeps some along it for 10 minutes or so, until you Free entrance of its rowdy and chaotic ambience, reach the Lisboa and the Wynn. with smoke-suffocated rooms, loud Chinese gamblers and great cabaret (look here for bus routes and directions) Do you know? We have a whole shows... range of free eBooks and mini-city- guides about Asia's most popular The Lisboa offers an unbelievably wide city destinations... Click HERE to range of games and has one of the view and download them. world's highest "per table revenues", so If you plan to visit only a few casinos in Macau, make sure it is on your list… Macau Tower Macau Tower, one of the, if not the From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime most popular of Macau attractions, is Museum : Nos. 21 Daily, 10am - 9pm (from as early as rising to an impressive height of 338m, 9am on weekends) but the restaurants which makes it one of the world's From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and stay open until later (Don't worry, you tallest free-standing structures. Largo Senado): Walk to the Lisboa and will not have to use the stairs if you take the bus from there (see below) decide to stay for a late drink...) There are heaps of activities, attractions and happenings in and From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Entry fees apply (to go to the around Macau Tower... From the Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 9A, 18 and 23 observation decks) much expected shops and slot machines at the shopping mall From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau Website – Macau Tower downstairs, through cinema theatres, (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : .No. 23 restaurants and cafés, to the Website – AJ Hackett Bungy and observation decks, from where you From The Venetian and City of Dreams : extreme activities can get breathtaking views of Macau No. 21 and its environs... From "Coloane Village" : No. 21 The Macau Tower is also no short of adventurous and blood-freezing activities, including the (currently) Hong Kong Day Trips world's highest bungy jump and the Discover Asia's World City freaking "mast climb"… A strong heart with those who know it best ! and a pocket full of money is all you'll need to take your nerves to the extreme… How to find the BEST hotel deals in Asia ? 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Exhibits include do Cunha) 21, 26 and 26A (Avenida Website archaeological findings from the Olimpica). excavations on Coloane Island, precious religious items, both western and eastern, old maps and charts, and plenty of historical objects. Taipa Houses Museum Taipa Houses Museum (Casas Museu A short walk from Taipa Village and Rua do da Taipa) comprises a line of five Cunha. Daily (except Monday) 10am – 6pm beautiful colonial houses, which used to accommodate well-heeled Admission fees apply Macanese families back in the 1920s. The Macanese House gives a glimpse Make the most of your stay in into the day-to-day life of a well off Macau with the See Macau Website Macanese family at the beginning of Attractions Pass ! Click here for the 20th century, including all the more details ! antique furniture, the utensils and the other bits and pieces... Pou Tai un Monastery Nestled on the lower slope of Taipa You can take a pleasant stroll from Taipa's Pequena hill, not far from the hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira), Daily, morning till evening Regency, Pou Tai un Monastery is or take route No. 35 (Taipa's circular bus), probably one of Macau's most which stops at places like the Four-Faced Admission is free beautiful temples, and although this Buddha and Avenida Olimpica (Northern 19th century complex is not as old and entrance to "Taiipa Village"). fabled as some of the temples in the old town, it makes up for it with plenty Route No. 11 departs from the entrance to of beautiful ornaments, statues and Rua do Cunha and has a stop 3 - 4 minutes pieces of art... from the temple. Another good reason to visit the Route No. 21A arrives to the same bus monastery is its vegetarian café, which stop from "Coloane Village" and The is operated by the monks and serves a Venetian / City of Dreams. delicious meal in a nice environment and at a fairly good price. Nature trails in Taipa The Taipa Grande Trail climbs all the From Taipa Village: Leave through Rua da way to Taipa's highest point, from Ponte Negra, turn right and walk to Daily, morning till evening where you can enjoy lovely panoramic Rotunda Ouvidor Arriaga, where you turn views (the view points along the path left to Nicolau de Mesquita street and walk Admission is free are also excellent). along it for a few minutes, till you see a small cemetery on your right, and right after it a small park, with a fountain, from where the trail climbs to the hill. 47-48 Attractions and places-of-interest in Cotai Name and details What is there to be seen How to get there and what to see next Venetian Macau Housed within the luxurious Venetian From A-Ma Temple: Nos. 21, 21A and 26 Macau Resort, in Cotai Strip, the über- 24/7 grandiose Venetian is the world's From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and current largest casino, with almost Largo Senado): 21A and 26A Free entry (excluding some shows) 600,000 square feet of gambling space, 3,400 slot machines and 800 From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand For information about dining and gambling tables, spread over four Lisboa and Wynn): 21A and 26A nightlife options at the Venetian's themed gaming areas… "Grand Canal Shoppes", click here. From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau Other than virtually endless gambling (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : The options, the Venetian is also home to Venetian operates a free shuttle service one of Macau's most extravagant from Sands Macau (right next to Do you know? We have a whole shopping precincts - The Grand Canal Fisherman's Wharf). It leaves every 5 - 15 range of free eBooks and mini-city- shoppes, where you can find a minutes, from 10am to midnight. guides about Asia's most popular plethora of international boutiques, as city destinations... Click HERE to well as excellent restaurants, cafes, From Macau Tower : No. 21 view and download them. bars and world-class entertainment. From "Coloane Village" : Nos. 15, 21, 21A, 25, 26 and 26A City of Dreams Located just across the street from the Same as the Venetian (see above) Venetian Macau, in Macau's Cotai 24/7 Strip, the City of Dreams (COD) is the latest thing in Macau's casino scene Do you want to know more Free entry (excluding the shows) and one of the hippest of the city about Hong Kong and attractions. Macau? Subscribe NOW to For more information about "The our FREE newsletter and gain House of Dancing Water" show, visit Other than three hotels and a luxury instant access to ALL our their website, or click here to apartment tower, the complex boasts online-guides ! book/purchase a ticket (You can see a mega-casino and a glittering the shows-schedule for the first shopping mall, as well as a range of up quarter of 2012 here) class dining and entertainment venues… "The House of Dancing Water", one of the world's most spectacular extravaganzas, is permanently staged at the City of Dreams and is well worth watching. 49-52 Attractions and places-of-interest in Coloane Village Name and details What is there to be seen How to get there and what to see next Coloane Village Coloane Village is Macau's most rustic From A-Ma Temple: Nos. 21, 21A and 26 and authentic precinct, boasting 24/7 drowsy and mellow lifestyle that has From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and changed little with the passage of Largo Senado): 21A and 26A Free entry time, and beautiful architecture that is reflected in the old houses, the From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand An article about Coloane Village churches and the temples. Lisboa and Wynn): 21A and 26A (including a detailed itinerary and recommended cafés / eateries) A sightseeing stroll through the village From Macau Tower : No. 21 is easy and does not take much time (although it is very advisable to spend From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium some time at one or two of the cafés (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua and the eateries). do Cunha): Nos. 25, 26 and 26A From The Venetian and City of Dreams : 15, 21, 21A 25, 26 and 26A A-Ma Cultural Village and Alto de Perched just below the peak of Same as Coloane Village above: Coloane Macau's highest hill, A-Ma Cultural Drop off at the bus-stop next to the Esso Village is, possibly, Macau's most Petrol Station and walk to the adjacent Daily, 8am – 6pm impressive religious sites. Chinese gate, from where you can catch the FREE half-hourly minibus to the hilltop An article about A-Ma Cultural Village Devoted to A-Ma, the legendary Cultural Village. and its vicinity. protector of sailors and seafarers and Macau's most beloved deity, this imposing complex is a beautiful replica Click HERE to find some of of a Qing dynasty palace compound, the best rates for hostels and and is packed with finely detailed low-cost accommodations in statues, lavishly decorated shrines, Hong Kong and Asia ! reliefs and other "gems"… There is no doubt the developers did not spare any detail in creating an impressive monument for their beloved goddess.. Offering 50% off and 'Buy 1, get 1 free' discounts at nearly 100 of Hong Kong's top restaurants, shops and spas, the Hong Kong Card includes plenty of quality dining options, and is really easy to use. What's more, it comes with a handy pocket-sized city guide that was written by locals and resident expats and covers everything, from transport and attractions, to culture, shopping and nightlife… Macau Giant Panda Pavilion The relatively new Panda Pavilion Same as Coloane Village above. seems to be one of Macau's hottest Daily, except Monday (unless that attractions nowadays, giving visitors a Do you know? We have a whole range Monday is a public holiday) from 10am chance to get a good glimpse into the of free eBooks and mini-city-guides to 5pm (admission until 4:45pm) and daily lives of Kai Kai and Xin Xin: Two about Asia's most popular city the viewing sessions are 10-11, 11-12, cute pandas that came here from destinations... Click HERE to view and 12-1, 2-3, 3-4, and 4-5. mainland China. download them. Admission fees apply Website The beaches: Hac Sa and Cheoc Macau's two only sandy beaches: Hac From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Van Sa and Cheoc Van, occupy beautiful Museum : No. 21A stretches of coastline on the southern 24/7 side of Coloane Island and offer their From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and visitors peace and tranquility that Largo Senado): 21A and 26A Free entry stand in total contrast to the hustle and bustle in town… From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): 21A and 26A Cheoc Van Beach, the smaller of the Fantastic discount hotel rates two, is snuggled in a lovely little bay, From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium throughout Asia! bounded by forest clad hills, just (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua Click NOW for some of the around the corner from Coloane do Cunha): Nos. 25 and 26A best available rates Village, and although it is much in Singapore, Hong Kong, smaller than Hac Sa Beach and offers From The Venetian and City of Dreams : Bangkok, Shanghai, Beijing, fewer facilities, it is more picturesque Nos. 15, 21A 25 and 26A than its "bigger counterpart" and Tokyo and Seoul… certainly more serene… From "Coloane Village" : Nos. 15, 21A 25 and 26A There are also some really nice seaside restaurants at the beaches, including Pousada de Coloane (authentic Portuguese) and Ristorante La Gondola (Italian), at Cheoc Van Beach, and Internationally known Fernando's Restaurant at Hac Sa Beach. 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