Fisherman's Wharf, Macao

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    Fisherman's Wharp

    by MiZgHee Written Mar 16, 2009

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    take a walk around Fisherman's Wharf, a place you should never miss in your stay in Macau. What more, entrance is FREE. Nice view for taking pictures. Restaurants, bars and coffee shops are just around. Also nice to go at night when all the lights are on.

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    A day in Macao

    by bhel17g Written Mar 4, 2008

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    Places to visit in Macao:

    l.) Fisherman's wharf - The first ever themed entertainment attraction in the tourism industry of Macau, Macau Fisherman's Wharf is centrally located at Macau’s outer harbour, 5-minute walk from the Macau Ferry Terminal and Heliport. The total investment of the project is anticipated to reach HKD1.9 billion. The project occupies an area of over 93,000m², combining entertainment, retail, food, hotel, marina, convention and exhibition facilities in one place. Be it for business or pleasure, visitors will surely find a brand new experience in this world-class entertainment complex. Macau Fisherman's Wharf opens 24 hours, with no admission fee. The operation hours of all the rides are from 10am to 9pm everyday and tickets are available at the ticketing booths.

    Brief Introduction of Macau Fisherman's Wharf
    Macau Fisherman’s Wharf is mainly divided into 3 themed sections:
    (1)Dynasty Wharf
    (2)East Meets West
    (3)Legend Wharf

    2.)A-ma Cultural Village - Close to the world's tallest statue of the goddess A-Ma (also known as Tian Hou), which stands on a 170-metre high peak on a mountaintop on Macau's Coloane Island, a 7,000-square meter cultural complex celebrates the beloved deity's legend.

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    Fisherman's wharf

    by bonio Written Dec 19, 2007

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    Well, a slightly contrived collection of restaurants and shopping opportunities but it's certainly not unpleasant. Well worth a visit, there is plenty here to entertain you for an hour or two, more if you fancy a meal.

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    Fishermans Wharf

    by krc Updated Jan 27, 2007

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    If you're traveling with kids, especially pre-teens, Fishermans Wharf is a must visit, and likely will be their favorite stop. The wharf is home to a theme park featuring, among other things, a Roman amphitheater, volcano, walled Chinese city (still under construction), and Alladin's Fort which features an amusement park with rides for younger kids. There's an indoor rollercoaster and an indoor water ride for kids at least 1.2 meters tall. The Roman section also houses an indoor shopping area which includes restuarants offering patio dining.

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    Fisherman's Wharf

    by vincentf Updated Aug 29, 2006

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    I guess it compliments after a trip to Sands Casino as it sits right beside it. The place is literally a shopping mall with touristy shops and restaurants. A great place to take photos though. The outdoor bar has a great atmosphere with live band music.

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