Here are the top 63 tourist attractions to see in Macau:

1. St Paul's Ruins

St Paul's Ruins
3.8 /5

0 km
from city center
1 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Standing adjacent to the famous Mount Fortress and Macao Museum, St Paul's Ruins are the ruins of a 17th-century Catholic church complex, in the form of a front granite facade and grand stone staircase of 68 steps. One of Macao’s most renowned landmarks, it is one of the Seven Wonders of Portuguese Origin in the World.

2. Senado Square

Senado Square
4.2 /5

1 km
from city center
2 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Senado Square in Macau, China is a paved public square connecting Largo do Sao Domingos at one end and Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro on the other. Also known as the Senate Square, the triangular-shaped square is part of the Historic Center of Macau in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

3. The Venetian Macao

The Venetian Macao

6 km
from city center
3 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Cotai

Located on the Cotai Strip, the Venetian Macao is a luxury hotel and casino resort, popular as the largest casino in the world. Also the largest single structure hotel building in Asia, this Venice themed attraction is visited by every tourist coming to Macau.

4. A-Ma Temple

A-Ma Temple

2 km
from city center
4 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

A-Ma Temple located in Sao Lourenco is said to be the oldest temple in Macau. It is dedicated to the Chinese goddess of sea Mazu. It is believed that the name of Macao city is derived from this temple.

5. Mount Fortress

Mount Fortress

0 km
from city center
5 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Monte Fort, also known as the Fortaleza do Monte or the Mount Fortress, is a 400-year-old fort located next to St Paul's Ruins in Macau, China. It is one of the most iconic tourist destinations and a historical military centre in Macau. The highlight of Monte Fort is the dazzling sunset and casino view.

6. Macau Tower

Macau Tower

2 km
from city center
6 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in Se, Macau, the Macau Tower is the epicentre of shopping, entertainment and adventure. With a height of 338 metres, the tower dominates the skyline and is one of the most prominent landmarks in the city. The prime attraction is the AJ Hackett Bungee Jumping, the highest commercial bungee jump in the Guinness Book of World Records.

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7. Macau Fisherman's Wharf

Macau Fisherman's Wharf

1 km
from city center
7 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

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.

8. Macao Giant Panda Pavilion

Macao Giant Panda Pavilion

8 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Coloane

Settled against a hillside in Seac Pai Van Park in Coloane, Macao Giant Panda Pavilion is a zoo and nature park. The star attraction here are the 4 pandas - Kai Kai and Xin Xin are the parents from Chengdu while the male twins Jian Jian and Kang Kang were born here.

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9. Guia Fortress

Guia Fortress

9 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Located on the highest hill of Macau Peninsular, Guia Fortress is a 17th-century colonial military fort. Also referred to as Fortaleza da Guia, the fort complex houses Guia Chapel and Guia Lighthouse. the first modern lighthouse on the Chinese coast. It is worth visiting for the sweeping panoramic view of the Macau Peninsula.

10. Grand Prix Museum Macau

Grand Prix Museum Macau

1 km
from city center
10 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

The Grand Prix Museum in Macau, also referred to as Museu do Grande Premio, is a motor racing museum is Se, Macau. The museum showcases more than twenty formula motorcycles and cars which were once driven by renowned drivers. This place is a must visit for the race enthusiasts, especially the people who are interested in F1 and F3 race.

11. Hac Sa Beach

Hac Sa Beach

9 km
from city center
11 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Hac Sa Beach in Coloane is the largest beach in Macau, known for its striking black sand. It gets its unique colour from minerals in the seabed that are washed ashore. The relatively clean beach is ideal for swimming.

12. Taipa Village

Taipa Village
4.3 /5

5 km
from city center
12 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located just outside Macau's commercial casino strip, Taipa Village is the epicentre of the Macanese cultural experience. To fully soak in the heritage of the village, spend a day walking around the streets of Taipa, experiencing a dizzying blend of Chinese structures and colonial and Portuguese structures.

13. Kun Iam Statue

Kun Iam Statue
3.8 /5

2 km
from city center
13 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Coloane

The Kuan Iam Statue, located on the seashores of Macau and Taipa regions along Avenida Dr Sun Yat – Sen in Macau, is a 32 metres tall bronze statue of Guanyin on a 16 petal lotus seat.

14. St Lawrence's Church Macau

St Lawrence's Church Macau

1 km
from city center
14 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Located in the Southwest of Macau Peninsula, the St. Lawrence's Church is one of the three main oldest and most beautiful churches in Macau. It is also commonly known as Feng Shun Tang, which translates to the church of smooth-sailing wind.

15. Mandarin's House

Mandarin's House

1 km
from city center
15 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Tucked in the parish of Sao Lourenco, Mandarin’s House in Macau is the former residence of Zheng Guanying, the legendary Chinese reformist and Qing theoretician, now converted into a museum. Also known as Casa da Cheang, the house covers 4000 square metres, making it one of the biggest family houses in Macau. Housing 60 rooms in total, this architectural marvel is worth a visit.

16. Studio City Macau

Studio City Macau

7 km
from city center
16 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Cotai

Studio City is a popular casino and entertainment resort that stands erected in the heart of Cotai Strip of Macau. The glamorous Hollywood themed resort is the first of its kind in Asia offering television and film production facilities, shopping, gaming and hotels under one roof.

17. Flora Garden Macau

Flora Garden Macau

17 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

The Flora Garden situated at the base of the Guia Hill is a European style flower garden and Macau's largest public park. The main attractions here include a mini zoo, an aviary and a pedestrian avenue dotted with tiny waterfalls and belvedere.

18. City of Dreams Macau

City of Dreams Macau

6 km
from city center
18 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Cotai

The City of Dreams, also known as CoD Macau, located in Cotai in Macau, is a casino resort offering electrifying entertainment, designer shopping, Michelin starred restaurants, iconic architecture and luxurious accommodation.

19. Macau Maritime Museum

Macau Maritime Museum

2 km
from city center
19 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

The Macau Maritime Museum, located at Sao Laurenco, displays real exhibits, trading items, gallery of aquariums, sea relations of Macau along with tools of fishing and history of Macau. Best suited for the lovers of history and traditions, it provides an all-over display and information regarding tools, instruments, ships, discoveries, technology and other related items.

20. House of Dancing Water

House of Dancing Water

6 km
from city center
20 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

The House of Dancing Water is the world's largest water theme show, performed at and hosted by the City of Dreams Casino Resort in Macau. Featuring a 3.7 million-gallon pool, the water-based musical is a breathtaking marvel to witness.

21. Grand Lisboa Casino

Grand Lisboa Casino

1 km
from city center
21 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Cotai

The Grand Lisboa is a massive 47 storeyed tower resort located in the Sé district of Macau, China. This multifaceted resort houses one of the prime attractions of Macau - the Grand Lisboa Casino. With over 800 gaming tables and electronic boards and 1000 slot machines, it proudly stands as one of the largest of its type in Asia.

22. St Dominic's Church Macau

St Dominic's Church Macau

22 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

St Dominic's Church in Macau is a traditional 16th-century Baroque style Catholic church located near the Leal Senado Building. A part of Historic Centre of Macau, it serves the Cathedral Parish of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Macau. The Treasure of Sacred Art Museum here features around 300 stunning collections of Catholic art and sculptures.

23. MGM Macau Casino

MGM Macau Casino

1 km
from city center
23 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Cotai

The MGM Grand Macau located in the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Avenue is a 35-storey tall casino resort, one of the most popular in Macau. The main attraction is the contemporary styled MGM Casino housing thousand slot machines and gaming platforms on the mass gaming floor, while the second floor houses baccarat venues.

24. Grand Resort Deck

Grand Resort Deck

24 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

The world-class waterpark with a number of breathtaking water adventures, Grand Resort Deck is situated in Cotai, Macau. The 150 metres of white sand beach stretch with Asian themed huge tropical gardens and water retreats spreads over an area of 75,000 square metres.

25. Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal

Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal

63 km
from city center
25 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

The Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, which is centrally located in Hong Kong, is a ferry terminal as well as a heliport, which is also called the ShunTak Heliport. Being linked to all the major public transport services as well as the MTR routes, Macau Ferry Terminal emerges as one of the most well-connected ferry terminals in Macau and the South East Asian region.

26. Na Tcha Temple

Na Tcha Temple

0 km
from city center
26 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Located in Santo Antonio, Macau, the Na Tcha Temple is a Chinese folk religion temple dedicated to the worship of Na Tcha deity, a folklore God of War. Located at the side of the Ruins of St. Paul's, the temple was constructed in 1888 as a homage to the child god of war, to put an end to the plague razing the region.

27. Rua Do Cunha

Rua Do Cunha

27 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Taipa Village

Located on the Taipa Island in Macau, Rua Do Cunha is a narrow pedestrian street, popular as the "food street" amongst locals. The street is lined with shops, stalls and vendors selling phoenix egg rolls, peanut candy and other local delicacies along with housing some famous Portuguese restaurants.

28. Tapia Houses Museum

Tapia Houses Museum

5 km
from city center
28 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Taipa Village

Tapis Houses Museum is a beautiful museum complex made with five sets of houses, each representing and exhibiting the cultural and historical era of the Portuguese. Situated at Av. Da Praia Grande, Macau, the Tapia Houses were the colonial residences of the Portuguese families who were rich enough and stayed in Macau during the 20th century and opened as museums on 5th December 1999.

29. Taipa Village Art Space

Taipa Village Art Space

5 km
from city center
29 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Taipa Village Art Space is a petit gallery located at the heart of the Taipa Village in Macau. The gallery’s tiny walls encompass brilliant artworks and exhibitions by both local and international artists. This little gallery has been listed as one of the 56 cultural and creative entities in the Macao Cultural and Creative Map (CCM) released by The Central Affairs Bureau.

30. Carmo Garden

Carmo Garden

30 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

In the small square of Largo do Carmo in Taipa village lies the Carmo Garden.The garden exists as a testimony to the rich Portuguese history of Macau. A statue of the Portuguese poet Carmoes stands tall in the garden along with a small fountain.

31. I Leng Temple

I Leng Temple

5 km
from city center
31 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

I Leng Temple, otherwise known as Ka Sin Tong is located along a long street lined in Taipa Village with several other temples. The temple stands as a dedication to I Leng Dai Tai- the greatest emperor of healing. It is a must visit for all those who want to experience the rich cultural history of Taipa.

32. Sam Po Temple

Sam Po Temple

5 km
from city center
32 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

The Sam Po temple is located in the dingy street of Rua Fernão Mendes Pinto. It was built in honor of Sam Po who is a water goddess and also the third eldest sister of Tin Hau, the guardian of seafarers. The idol sits inside a cave-like structure. A visit to this temple is a must as it reminds one of the history of Taipa as a seafaring community.

33. Feira do Carmo

Feira do Carmo

5 km
from city center
33 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Feira do Carmo is an open sheltered public square situated right near Rua do Cunha. The architecture exhibits the neoclassical style that was popular in Macau in the 19th century. One can witness the splendor of its architecture in the exquisite Greco-Roman pillars, the traditional Chinese roofing, and the Portuguese style cobblestones.

34. Moorish Barracks

Moorish Barracks

2 km
from city center
34 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

The historical Moorish Barracks of Macau is located in São Lourenço, around the corner of A-ma Temple. Constructed by an Italian architect, this structure was used to accommodate a regiment from Goa, India, but now has been converted to the Headquarters of the Marine and Water Bureau of Macau. The uniqueness of the barracks is in its architecture.

35. St. Joseph's Seminary and Church Macau

St. Joseph's Seminary and Church Macau

1 km
from city center
35 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

The St. Joseph's Seminary and Church is a brilliant exhibit of the religious past of Macau. Once known for its missionary work, this structure located in São Lourenço is now considered to be one of the most important historic monuments in Macau. It is the only example of Baroque style architecture in China. 

36. Dom Pedro V Theatre

Dom Pedro V Theatre

1 km
from city center
36 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Dom Pedro V Theatre is a historical theatre located at Largo de Santo Agostinho in São Lourenço. The first western-style theatre in East-Asia, it serves as a venue for music, dance and other kinds of performances and celebrations. A visit to the theatre is a mus to understand the history of Macau’s performing arts.

37. Sir Robert Ho Tung Library

Sir Robert Ho Tung Library

1 km
from city center
37 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Sir Robert Ho Tung Library is a public library located in St. Augustine’s square. It is home to several rare books and other important works of literature. The library has a capacity of encompassing 500 people and contains almost 100, 000 volumes of books.

38. St. Augustine's Church Macau

St. Augustine's Church Macau

1 km
from city center
38 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Deemed as one of the oldest churches in Macau, St Augustine’s is located in the square it was named after i.e., St. Augustine’s square. It is also Macau’s first church for English mass. This church is a superb example of the blending of the western and the oriental culture.

39. Leal Senado Building

Leal Senado Building

17,575 km
from city center
39 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

The Leal Senado Building which is now the Legislative Assembly and Municipal Court of Macau is located at the end of Senado Square in San Laurenco. The name Leal Senado translates to 'Loyal Senate'. At the entrance of the building, one can see the plaque ordained by the then king of Portugal, John VI. It also exhibits a Chinese style pavilion.

40. Sam Kai Vui Kun

Sam Kai Vui Kun

1 km
from city center
40 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Sam Kai Vui Kun or Kuan Tai Temple is situated in front of St.Dominics Market Complex near Senado square. It is dedicated to Kuan/Gung Tai, the god of martial arts and wealth. The temple is a modern structure and accurately portrays the peaceful coexistence of the Chinese and the Portuguese.

41. Holy House of Mercy

Holy House of Mercy

13,729 km
from city center
41 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

The Holy House of Mercy was built by the first Bishop of Macau and is located in Senado Square. The exterior is painted a tranquil white, and this makes it the simplest yet the most elegant looking building of all the monuments in the square. The museum on the second floor is the main attraction for visitors.

42. Cathedral of the Nativity of Our Lady

Cathedral of the Nativity of Our Lady

1 km
from city center
42 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Located in the Largo de Se or the Cathedral Square, this is the current cathedral of the Diocese of Macau. The people call it 'The Great Church' due to its popularity and influence. It is the second-largest cathedral in the Peninsula of Macau. The monument consisting of the cathedral and the bell tower houses some precious relics and famous paintings. The bell will only ring on rare occasions.

43. Lou Kau Mansion

Lou Kau Mansion

1 km
from city center
43 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

This historical mansion was home to a Chinese merchant, Lou Kau. Located in Travessa da Sé, this mansion is described as having "great architectural, artistic value". The house, constructed in classic Xiguan style showcases an amalgamation of the Portuguese and Chinese architecture. It is also used as a venue for small concerts by The Macau Chinese Orchestra.

44. Section of the Old City Walls

Section of the Old City Walls

0 km
from city center
44 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Between the ruins of the St. Paul's and Na Tcha Temple, one can locate the remnants of the wall that once surrounded the colonial city of Macau. It was constructed as a protective barrier against attacks by the Chinese and other adversaries. This piece of Macau's antiquity is open 24/7.

45. St. Anthony's Church

St. Anthony's Church

0 km
from city center
45 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

The relatively quiet and bustle free St. Anthony's church is located in Santo António Square. It is one among the three oldest churches in Macau. It is dedicated to St. Anthony, who according to the Portuguese custom, is the patron saint of Marriages. For this reason, it is a trendy spot for holding wedding ceremonies.

46. Casa Garden

Casa Garden

0 km
from city center
46 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Casa Garden is a public park which is located in Santo António Square. It encompasses an art gallery where exhibitions are often held. If lucky, one might get a chance to see an exhibition held in the gallery and witness the cross between Macanese and Portuguese art.

47. Old Protestant Cemetery

Old Protestant Cemetery

0 km
from city center
47 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

The British East India Company constructed the Old Protestant Cemetery in San Antonio, Macau. A new history of Macau lies amidst those tombstones. An interesting fact about the cemetery is that no Portuguese or Chinese names will be visible as all the buried are nationals of Britain, central states of America, The Netherlands, Sweden and Germany.

48. Barra Square

Barra Square

2 km
from city center
48 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Barra Square is one of the most popular and busiest squares in Macau and is located in the southwest corner of the Macau Peninsula. The famous A-ma Temple, Maritime Museum, The Holy House of Mercy are located within the proximity of the square. The sea is walkable from the square.

49. Lilau Square

Lilau Square

1 km
from city center
49 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Lilau Square is located in the north of Pena Hill, near the Mandarin's house. This square is very important to the people of Macau as it was their only source of natural spring water. The very famous phrase "One who drinks from Lilau never forgets Macao" has its origin from this nostalgic fondness.

50. St. Augustine's Square

St. Augustine's Square

1 km
from city center
50 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

St. Augustine's square boasts of being culturally, historically and artistically rich due to the monuments that surround the square. The Dom Pedro V Theatre, the St. Augustine Church, the Sir Robert Ho Tung Library and the St. Joseph's Seminary all lie right beside each other in this beautiful square.

51. Cathedral Square

Cathedral Square

1 km
from city center
51 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

Cathedral Square is located just 1 minute away from the Senado square. The square has the Macau Cathedral, Paco Episcopal Bishop's House and Cartorio da Se and a fountain. The fountain is mesmerizing with its dolphin and seahorse sprouts.

52. Company of Jesus Square

Company of Jesus Square

0 km
from city center
52 out of 63
places to visit in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

The company of Jesus Square is located 10 minutes northwest from The Senado square. Apart from all the historical spots, this square also encompasses a food street named Rua de S. Paulo. Many eateries and restaurants serving food exclusive to Macau can be enjoyed while walking on this street.

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