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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

Macau guide,Temples

Macao houses a treasure trove of ancient Chinese temples, which have served as the pivotal places of worship for hundreds of years. Macao temples primarily serve the Buddhist, Taoist and folk faiths. Buddha, Na Tcha, Tin Hau (Goddess of Seafarers) and Kun Iam (Goddess of Mercy), etc., are all revered in various temples. By visiting Macao’s diverse temples, sightseers can learn more about traditional Chinese beliefs and the city’s historical origin as a fishing village. 1.A-Ma Temple A-Ma Temple already Read More

Macau guide,Museums & Galleries

Although Macau is small in size, Macau has many museums. Today, I will share with you the museums in Macau. Visiting museums and exhibitions in Macao is an enjoyable, sure-fire way to make your visit more memorable and to gain more knowledge about this fascinating city and its history, plus its culture of ‘East meets West’ over the past four and a half centuries. Finding another place in the world so tiny and with such a rich cultural and historical Read More

Macau guide,Macao World Heritage

World Heritage is a cultural treasure for everyone. From these World Heritages, we find the traces left by the predecessors, the life track of the predecessors, and understand the weight of history. Today I will share with you Macao World Heritage. Comprising over 20 ancient monuments and urban squares interwoven in the heart of the city, the historic district is collectively known as “The Historic Centre of Macao” and inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2005. 1.A-Ma Temple A-Ma Read More

Macau trip,Crossroads of China and Portugal

Anyone who knows a little bit about Chinese history knows that Macao was once a Portuguese colony. After Macao ’s return, there are still traces of Portugal ’s existence. Today I will share a Crossroads of China and Portugal. Interested friends can choose this road! Take a stroll down the historic path in which two civilisations encounter, you’ll discover the life-long memory and emotions of Portuguese who once called Macao home. 1.Senado Square Senado Square has been Macao’s urban centre Read More

Macau trip,Footsteps into the Historic Centre

The traces of history are always very interesting. How can you miss a trip to Macau? Today, I will share with you the route to appreciate Macau’s history. Welcome to experience the charm in this lovely historical city, where two civilisations encounter, and capture every unforgettable moment with your eyes and camera. 1.Avenida da Praia Grande Overlooking a beautiful lake and situated in the southern part of the peninsula, the Avenue is 1130 metres long and originally known as Nam Read More

Macau trip,An Experiment of Creativity

The city of Macau can be full of creativity, vitality, beauty and tranquility. The seemingly contradictory atmosphere of the two is perfectly integrated in the city of Macau. Today, I will share with you the An Experiment of Macau of Creativity. Explore stories of a bygone age in this picturesque neighbourhood near the heart of the city. You’ll be fascinated simply by its beauty and the sense of tranquillity. 1.Kun Iam Tong This Buddhist temple dedicated to the Goddess of Read More

Macau trip,a Legacy of Arts and Culture

Traveling to Macau, you can not only experience the beauty of architecture but also enjoy the true meaning of music in the beautiful scenery and waves. Today I will share with you a literary and artistic route A Legacy of Arts and Culture. Friends who like literature and art can refer to it! Take a stroll amongst the modern architectures along the seashore and you’ll be amazed at the vibrancy of local culture and arts. Just indulge yourself in local Read More

Macau trip,the Marriage of East and West in St. Anthony’s Parish

To travel to Macau, you can choose a gourmet route, you can choose a beautiful route, and today I will share with you a route to appreciate the beauty of the building. Let’s experience a special romance in this lovely multicultural vicinity where you’ll see beautiful urban space with charming Portuguese and Chinese buildings and their enchanting stories. 1.Ruins of St. Paul’s The Ruins of St. Paul’s refer to the facade of what was originally the Church of Mater Dei Read More

Macau trip,Enchanting Stories of Our Lady of Fatima Parish

Macau trip,in this lovely old parish where two different cultures coexist harmoniously, you’ll be stunned with the stories of how these two civilisations encounter and embrace each other. 1.Border Gate (Portas do Cerco) With the new underground passenger terminal, it is now more convenient for locals to travel to Zhuhai. Passengers at the underground bus terminal can reach the Border Gate Square through the linked escalator, elevator and stair case. 17 bus lines service the bus terminal with clear signboards Read More

Macau travel itinerary,Bygone Days of Taipa Village

Macau as a whole can be divided into three parts: Macao Peninsula, Taipa Island, and Coloane Island. We have shared Nostalgia in Coloane in Macau before, and today we will share Bygone Days of Taipa Village with you. Strolling along the narrow streets and lanes of the lovely old district, you’ll see a lot of historic buildings that offer you a glimpse of Macao’s old time village life. 1.I Leng Temple in Taipa Built in the 26th year of Emperor Read More