Macao Things to Do

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  • 1. Ruins of St Paul's

    The Ruins of St. Paul's consist of the façade of the Cathedral of St. Paul. The cathedral was built by the Portugese in the 17th century and it was dedicated to the apostle St. Paul. It is now the...

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  • 2. Leal Senado

    historic center of Macau, a Unesco World Heritage Site! Leal Senade Square is the focal point and shopping center of Macau. The streets are paved with cobblestone in traditional Portuguese pattern...

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  • 3. Fisherman's Wharf

    The Macau Fisherman's Wharf is the first theme park in Macau. It is located in the Macau Peninsula, near the Hong Kong- Macau Ferry Pier. it was the first place I've been to in Macau after I passed...

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  • 4. Mount Fortress - Fortaleza do Monte

    The fort was built on the Mount of St. Paul and was the military centre of the then Portugese colony - Fortaleza do Monte (Mount Fortress). It was built in the 16th century to protect the colony of...

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  • 5. Tower

    Macau Sky Tower is a telecommunication tower. It is 338m high and the observation deck is at 233m. The tower is known for its outdoor Skywalk - a walking tour around the outer rim. It is also the home...

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  • 6. A-Ma Temple

    A-Ma Temple is located on the southwest tip of the Macau Peninsula. Built in 1488, it is one of the oldest and most famous temples in Macau. Tthe temple is dedicated to Matsu, the goddess of seafarers...

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  • 7. Golden Lotus Square

    The Golden Lotus Square in the former Portuguese colony of Macau is a large open area featuring a sculpture of a large Lotus flower - the emblem of Macau. It was given as a gift by the State Council...

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  • 8. Hotel Lisboa

    This is definitely a must see, because it has been features in novels, films etc. It's just famous. In the reception area there is like a little museum with carved artworks of jade etc. The toilets...

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  • 9. Macau Scooter Rental

    Scooters are a very economical and fun way to see the sites of Macau - it's certainly the best way to get around the Macau's narrow streets! You can book a...

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  • 10. Penha Hill

    one can see sweeping views of Macau from it. The Colina da Penha is otherwise known for Bishop Hill, because the magnificent Bishop's Residence is on the hill....

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  • 11. TurboJET Macau Ferry

    TurboJET is the name of the ferry service of the Hong Kong-based Shun Tak-China Travel Ship Management Limited. It was formed when Far East Jetfoil and Turbo...

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  • 12. Visit a Casino

    A large proportion of the economy of Macau is based on tourism and gambling. It is known as the 'Las Vegas of the East' or the 'Monte Carlo of the Orient'.The...

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  • 13. Real Macanese Houses and Side Alleys

    to be able to have a look and appreciate the native macanese houses and alleys filled with local stuffs, ask your tour guide to detour for a few minutes from...

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  • 14. Eat Portugese Egg Tart

    truly amazing and very deelicious, the famous portuguese egg tarts of macau has varied claims of origin. some say that lord stowe bakery made it while others...

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  • 15. Kuan Yin Statue

    the godess of Mercy in Chinese Buddhism , also known as kuan lam. The Statue is the most popular of all Buddhist deities. The statue stands atop a dome in the...

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  • 16. Try your $$ luck in the casino

    It may be one of your lucky days if you try your luck at the casino. There are huge casinos all over the city. If you're not ineterested in making a bet, there...

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  • 17. The "Portas do Cerco"

    The Portas do Cerco is a stone arch now classified as a monument in Macau.During the Portuguese rule, this was the international border gate that linked Macau...

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  • 18. Visit the facade

    The facade is all that's left of the Ruins of the 400 year old St. Paul Cathedral. It's a beautiful ornate remnant of the days when Macao was a colony of...

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  • 19. The Holy House of Mercy

    [quote]:Established by the first Bishop of Macau in 1569, this institution was modelled after one of the most prominent and oldest charitable organizations in...

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  • 20. The Macau Business Tourism Centre

    The “Macau Business Tourism Centre” of Macau Government Tourist Office is located at the Senado Square and was officially opened on April 2006.[quote]:The Macau...

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  • 21. The Cathedral

    [quote]:There are no records of the original date of construction but a solid brick structure was built in 1622, and repaired in 1743. During the restoration of...

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  • 22. St. Anthony's Church

    [quote]:First built of bamboo and wood before 1560, this is one of the oldest churches in Macau, also marking the site were the Jesuits set up their earliest...

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  • 23. visit ilha de taipa

    recognize or not, notice or not ... but you already been in taipa, whenever you're landed at aeroporto internationale de macao [if you come to macau by air]....

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  • 24. visit ilha de coloane

    especially vila de coloane [coloane village]. here can be found several historical buildings and pasteis de nata [egg tartlet] which became trade mark of...

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  • 25. visit all unesco historical sites in macau

    "choose your own fave buildings" in macau is something heaven for a person like me ... who loves historical visits and an old buildings lover. i don't mind...

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