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What to Do in Macau

All Macau Attractions A to Z

Part of Macau’s charm rests in its contrasts; while the neoclassical architecture of Senado Square sits pretty as a reminder of the island's colonial past, the soaring, ultra-modern casino-style resorts are a clear reminder of where Macau’s present and future lie. With over 15 museums on the island learning in detail the eventful history and resulting consequences on the island is easy. Temples, churches and government buildings all serve to convey the fusion of western and eastern cultures to positive effect. Beyond the mesmerising sights, a perfect way to spend an afternoon in Macau is at Cathedral Square, the island's open-air 'living room'. 

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Macau Tower

Macau Tower

The tallest building in Macau at a staggering 338 metres high is an impressive structure that stands tall as a mark of Read More...

Taipa Village

Taipa Village

Taipa Village is a small and peaceful community with narrow streets, and picturesque markets. Portuguese-style offices, Read More...

Nam Van Lake Cybernetic Fountian Show

Cybernetic Fountian Show

The Cybernetic Fountain is the largest manmade water fountain in Asia. Through its 86 water spouts, the main cannon Read More...

Other Attractions

Macau Fisherman's Wharf

Macau Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman’s Wharf (Doca dos Pescadores) is a large (111,500sqm) theme park, with various port 'towns' – among them Read More...

Guia Hill, Fortress and Lighthouse

Guia Hill, Fortress and Lighthouse

Guia Fort and Lighthouse overlooks Macau from the summit of Guia Hill. The fort was built in 1865 and was the chief Read More...

Sun Yat Sen Memorial House

Sun Yat Sen Memorial House

Sun Yat Sen Memorial House is in mock-Moorish style with wide verandahs and spacious courtyards. Dr. Sun was the first Read More...

Macau Maritime Museum

Macau Maritime Museum

One of the most important of the island's many museums, it tells the story of how Macau has constantly been connected to Read More...

A Ma Temple

A Ma Temple

The most famous and oldest (built in 1488) of Macau’s Chinese temples, this Taoist building was around before the Read More...

Macau Attractions Guide

Macau Attractiona A to Z

Macau Attractions A to Z

One of the best examples of an 'East-meets-West' location, Macau embraces both the Chinese and Portuguese cultures. Read More...

Coloane Attractions

Coloane Attractions

Coloane Island maintains many of the traditional ways of Macanese living.  Coloane Village is a large fishing Read More...

Downtown Macau Attractions

Downtown Macau Attractions

Downtown Macau juxtaposes the neon flashing lights and gleaming skyscrapers with its collection of religious-affiliated Read More...

Macau Inner Harbour Attractions

Inner Harbour Attractions

The area plays host to many important historical and religious sites, for example, the first church ever built in Macau Read More...

Macau Outer Harbour Attractions

Outer Harbour Attractions

The Outer Harbour has a bit of everything. Modern and innovative architecture, colonial villas and some fantastic Read More...

Taipa Attractions

Taipa Attractions

Taipa has a great choice of sightseeing around its religious-affiliated architecture, numerous educational sites and Read More...

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