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Category: Things to do

The Things to do column mainly introduces Macau’s well-known attractions and unknown but worth visiting. It also provides a guide to the sights so that you do not miss any of Macau’s attract

Lou Lim Ioc Garden, Suzhou Garden Charm

Lou Lim Ioc Garden, which was rebuilt 20 years ago, was originally called the Entertainment Park. It was one of the three famous gardens in Macau a few decades ago. It is composed of the big gambler, the Macau Chamber of Commerce, and the Chairman of the Value Society of Jinghu Hospital Charity Association Ioc invested heavily in construction, which began in 1994 and was built in 1925. Its scale is the largest in Macau’s private gardens. Lou Lim Ioc Read More

Puji Temple, the largest Buddhist Temple in Macau

Puji Temple, commonly known as Kun lam temple, is the largest monastery in Macao and the largest temple in Macao. It has quiet scenery and preserves the characteristics of southern temples in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Puji Temple hangs the calligraphy, painting, calligraphy, and cultural relics of various monks and different art masters in the palace for visitors to enjoy. There are “Miaoxiang Hall” where Xie Lansheng and Lingnan School painter Gao Jianfu stayed, as well as Shitai and Read More

A-Ma Temple, the oldest monastery in Macau

The oldest of the three major monasteries in Macau, a famous monument, has more than 500 years of history. The symbol of the Mazu culture in Macau, the maze lady enshrined in the temple is the protector of the sea. The buildings along the cliff are towering with ancient trees. Although they are small in scale, they can fully integrate with nature, and the layout is scattered. The stone lion carvings at the entrance of the temple are exquisite and Read More

Lighthouse Songtao, feel the charm of nature

The East Guiyang Mountain is the highest hill in the Macao Peninsula. There is the East Guiyang Lighthouse on the hill. The lighthouse is located in the pine on the higher Gui Gui Mountain in the Macao Peninsula. Macau travel logo. The top of the mountain can overlook the magnificent scenery of Macao and the Pearl River Estuary, and reflects the green pine of the ridge. There are roads around the mountains halfway up the mountain. Several wind and rain Read More

Jinghai Changhong, Macau night view

Jinghai Changhong” is one of the eight scenic spots in Macau. Traveling to Macau doesn’t know where to look from, the eight scenic spots in Macau are a good choice. “Jinghai Changhong” includes “Jinghai” and “Changhong”. “Jinghai” is one of the ancient place names of Macao, and it refers to the sea surface between Macao Island and Taipa Island. It has been the navigation channel of Macao’s foreign trade for hundreds of years. Today, the “Mirror Sea” has built two Read More

Taipa Houses Museum, Macau island style

Little Macao less than 30 square kilometers is also divided into three islands, namely the Macao Peninsula, Taipa Island and Coloane Island. 100 years ago, when the Macao Peninsula has gradually become a trade junction between China and the West, residents on the outlying islands Fighting against pirates, the islands of Macau have a completely different style from the Macau Peninsula. Taipa Island is an isolated island close to the Macau Peninsula. There are now two bridges connected. The newly Read More

Macau guide,Fortresses

Macau, a city that has also experienced war, the fort is a witness to the war. In a peaceful age, we should remember that history and move on. Macau is virtually surrounded by the sea, and centuries ago built hill-top fortresses to repel foreign and domestic invaders. Today, these sturdy stone guardians stand in silent witness to a turbulent history as well as affording sweeping views of the city below. 1.Mong-Há Fort Mong Há Fort, situated on Mong Há Hill Read More

Macau guide,Tourist Attractions

Even after you’ve seen Macao’s many UNESCO-listed heritage sites, the city still has plenty of attractions to offer, some traditional and some brand-new. Adventure, fun, encounters with culture and religion, contact with nature and wildlife – plus an unrivalled opportunity to experience other cultures and communities at every turn – mean there need never be a dull moment in exciting Macao. Explore and enjoy! 1.Macao Giant Panda Pavilion and Pavilion of Rare Animals Nestled against a hill side in Seac Read More

Macau guide,Gardens

Macao is a green community with tree-lined roads and flower gardens everywhere. You can find a Suzhou-inspired garden, while others are beautifully cobbled and imbued with Southern European characteristics. There are educational country parks, and some even house a zoo or cable cars from the hill! Visitors can stroll in parks throughout the length and breadth of Macao and the islands, happy in the knowledge that these green lungs are constantly nourished and cared for. 1.Camões Garden In the 18th Read More

Macau guide,Churches

Macao has a lot more churches than mainland China for historical reasons. It is a good choice to visit the church in Macau. When the Portuguese arrived in Macao more than four and a half centuries ago, they brought Catholicism with them and built many churches and convents. The old College of St. Paul served as the first Western university in Asia and became a significant entry point to China for foreign missionaries. Today, Macao is divided into Catholic dioceses Read More