Macau Fisherman's Wharf

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Macau Fisherman's Wharf, Macau Overview

Macau Fisherman's Wharf is Macau's first theme park located on the waterfront near the Hong Kong Macau Ferry. Spanning over an area of more than 111,500 square meters, this landmark attraction is an area wise concentration of entertainment, shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, marinas, convention and exhibition facilities.

The Macau Fisherman’s Wharf is simply an imitation of structural and architectural sensibilities of the West that are blended into Chinese Culture. In the entire facade, one can find fancy rides like Magic Carpet and Bumper Cars that are loved by children. Impeccably planned and well-executed, the Wharf has amazing shopping options which are usually heavy on the pocket. However, there are speciality shops too from where you can buy souvenirs and take them back home as a memoir of that place. Even though Macau Fisherman’s Wharf is a landmark attraction that offers the best of both East and West, it is not preferred by people as they don’t want to see replicas of the original places that they have already visited.

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Casinos at Macau Fisherman's Wharf

Casinos are a star attraction at Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. The two that are very popular are - 

Legend Palace Casino
This ostentatious casino is located on the ground floor in the posh Legend Palace Hotel. It remains open 24x7.

Babylon Casino
The Babylon Casino is located in Babylon of the Wharf. Casino reflects Babylonian influence both in its building and sculptures. The VIP room and gaming floor make one experience all the more fun-filled and enthralling.


Macau Fisherman’s Wharf offers a variety of gourmet products and speciality food items - Indian, Thai and American food is easy to find. Popular places to eat at the Wharf are - 
  • Carnes Secas Heong Kei serves a wide variety of meat ranging from pork to beef, of different grades and cuts. The meat available here is dry meat.
  • BonBons is a sweet shop/bakery that sells cookies and nougat. The shop looks more or less like a kid’s candy shop. 
  • Spicy Hero is another option to try something really hot and spicy


  • Fashion, jewellery and accessories - The Macau Fisherman’s Wharf has an array of options when it comes to shopping - Italiano for casual western wear, Nicole for high-quality fashion brands, High Street for affordable branded products, Tin Min Jade is known for natural jade in Class A sector and is popular among jade collectors, O’Che 1867 is renowned for its handcrafted high-quality jewellery with exquisite designs. Chow Tai Fook is another global leader in jewellery located in the Wharf. For jewellery, Kowsky is yet another option.

  • Cosmetics and beauty - KTH health balance offers products that boost health and vitality.

  • Lifestyle and gifts - For lifestyle and gifting purpose, consider LAPC - a United Nations designated supplier for buying natural crystal gifts. The Grand City is a must stop for all those who love European branded leather goods, handbags and accessories. The Antique Gallery has more than 300 vintage pieces to choose from. Lana Home Decor has an excellent range of Bohemian handmade crystal and porcelain products from the Czech Republic and other European household decorations. 

  • Wedding and photography - Modern Classic Company has signed a contract with the Wharf for exclusive wedding shooting rights for couples. The wedding photoshoot tour was introduced with the concept of “Capturing the touching moments, enjoying a happy life”.
  • Banking and services - Macau Fisherman's Wharf facilitates easy money transfers, making payment for shopping and other banking activities through ICBC which is a 24-hour self-service banking centre.

How To Reach Macau Fisherman's Wharf

Macau Fisherman’s Wharf is positioned at Freguesia da Sé in Macau Peninsula, near the Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Pier and is approximately a 15-minute ride to the Macau International Airport. It was built in the new reclamation coast, near the Macau Ferry Terminal, Macau Cultural Centre as well as Golden Lotus Square.

Public transport or free shuttle buses are the best ways to reach Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. If choosing the latter, take bus route No. 1 A, 3, 3 A, 8, 10, 10 A, 10 B, 12, 28 B, 28 BX, 28 C, 32 or AP1. Sometimes one might get free shuttle buses running between Sands Macau Hotel Casino and Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. However, hiring a cab is highly recommended as it is more convenient and comfortable.

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