Macau Inner Harbour

Everything you Need to Know about Macau Inner Harbour

Macau's Inner Harbour is also known as the Northern Macau Peninsula. The area was once Macau’s main commercial district. Today, Inner Harbour is a transportation hub, with boats heading out to Shenzhen and Wanzai across the Inner Harbour in Zhuhai of China. Encompassing everything northward from Luis de Camoes Garden in the west and Guia Fort in the east to the border with the mainland, Macau Inner Harbour area offers many attractive sites for tourists to visit.

Exploring the area on foot is possible for those who want to stop and get sidetracked frequently. There are also chauffeur-driven tour buses that are replicas of those in London in the 1920s. These buses seat nine people and are available for tours throughout the day.

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Macau Inner Harbour Travel Guide

  • 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»

  • Inner Harbour Restaurants

    Inner Harbour Restaurants

    Restaurants in the Inner Harbour offer decent local food and some dishes influenced by Portuguese cuisine. However, Read More»

  • Inner Harbour Nightlife

    Inner Harbour Nightlife

    Known as the most tranquil in comparison to the other areas on the Macau Peninsula, Inner Harbour is far from the daze Read More»

  • Macau Inner Harbour Shopping

    Inner Harbour Shopping

    The shopping experience at Inner Harbour is different from Downtown and the Outer Harbour. Markets here are focused on Read More»

  • Macau Inner Harbour Activities

    Inner Harbour Activities

    Inner Harbour’s core appeal lies in its culture and natural tourism. A trip along the shoreline in a pedicab is a chance Read More»

  • Macau Maps

    Macau Maps

    Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and attractions, Read More»

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