Here are the top 29 tourist attractions to see in Macau:

1. Senado Square

4.2 /5

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

The perfect blend of history and modern experiences, Senado Square in Macau, China is a paved town square connecting Largo do Sao Domingos at one end and Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro on the other. Also known as the Senate Square, it is the spot where the colonial history of Macau plays with its commercial highlights in the 21st century. Part of the Historic Center of Macau in the UNESCO World Heritage List, the colourfully paved streets of Senado Square make for a wonderful walk through the local and international shops in the square.

2. St Paul's Ruins

3.8 /5

0 km
from city center
2 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Standing adjacent to the famous Mount Fortress and Macao Museum, St Paul's Ruins are the ruins of an old church, in the form of a front granite facade and grand stone staircase of 68 steps. Arguably, one of Macao’s most renowned landmarks, this structure continues to captivate the visitors till date even after centuries of being built originally. Probably one of the most treasured icons in the city, St Paul's Ruins tells the tale of standing the test and ravages of time, of disaster and narrating the stories of Macao’s unique roots.

3. Macau Tower

2 km
from city center
3 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Located in Se, Macau, the Macau Tower is the epicentre of shopping, entertainment and adventure in the bustling city. With a height of 338 metres, the tower dominates the skyline and is one of the most prominent landmarks in the city. The giant Macau Tower, also known as Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre, boasts grand observation decks, fine dining restaurants, exclusive theatres, plush shopping malls and a thrilling skywalk. Climb the top at sundown and give in to the magnificent views of Macau night sky.

4. The Venetian Macao

6 km
from city center
4 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Perched on 242 acres of land and located on the Cotai Strip of Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperança, The Venetian Macao resort-hotel is the absolute epitome of extravagance and opulence. This humongous structure and flagship casino resort is themed around the romantic hues of the city of Venice, drips with luxury and jaw-dropping features. From a gambler’s paradise to the ultimate resort experience, it is no less than a self-sustaining city in itself .

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5. A-Ma Temple

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

A-Ma Temple located in Sao Lourenco is said to be the oldest temple in Macau. It was built in 1488 for the Chinese goddess of sea Mazu on the gentle slopes of Pehua Hill. A shrine for various deities like Mazu and Buddha, A-Ma temple is an impeccable example of blend of various cultures like Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and folk beliefs.

6. Fortaleza Do Monte

0 km
from city center
6 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Monte Fort, also known as the Fortaleza do Monte or the Mount Fortess, is a 400-year-old fort located at Santo Antonio in Macau, China. It is one of the most iconic tourist’s destinations and a historical military centre in Macau. The highlight of Monet Fort is the dazzling sunset and casino view.

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7. Macau Fisherman's Wharf

1 km
from city center
7 out of 29
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 in the backdrop of themes like Renaissance era of Europe or Arabian Nights. The Wharf is a must visit for those who want a taste of Europe, America and the Middle East all at once.

8. City of Dreams Macau

6 km
from city center
8 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

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.

9. Grand Prix Museum Macau

1 km
from city center
9 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Located in the Tourism Activities Centre at Rua Luis Gonzaga Gomes, Grand Prix Museum, also referred to as Museu do Grande Premio, is a motor racing museum in 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.

10. Hac Sa Beach

9 km
from city center
10 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Hac Sa Beach is 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. Located on the Southern end of Coloane Island, Hac Sa is the most popular beach in Macau and an ideal vacation spot with a stunning view of the sea fading into the horizon.

11. Kun Iam Statue

3.8 /5

2 km
from city center
11 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

The beautiful and unexplored Kuan Iam Statue stands tall between the Macau and Taipa regions along Avenida Dr Sun Yat – Sen in Macau. Built on 21st March 1997 by the Portuguese Government and designed by Cristina Rocha Leiria, it is an interesting 32 metres tall bronze statue of Guanyin, which is the Chinese translation of Bodhisattva, representing the God of Compassion, Mercy and Kindness.

12. Mandarin's House

1 km
from city center
12 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Tucked in the parish of Sao Lourenco, Mandarin’s House is the former residence of Zheng Guanying, the legendary Chinese reformist who was active during the patronage of the Qing Dynasty. The house was influenced by ancient Guangdong residences and leaves behind an architectural legacy that is presently a UNESCO declared World Heritage Site.

13. Taipa Village

4.3 /5

5 km
from city center
13 out of 29
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.

14. Casino Hopping

4.5 /5

8,095 km
from city center
14 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Try your luck at the different casinos

15. Studio City

7 km
from city center
15 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Studio City is a luxurious 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 and offers world-class facilities under one roof, including retail and entertainment to global dining and more. Studio City is an iconic landmark that redefines the charm of Cotai and Macau in the best possible way.

16. House of Dancing Water

6 km
from city center
16 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

The world’s largest water based production showcasing a captivating tale of love through mesmerizing water and light effects, the House of Dancing Water is a glorious thematic show performed at and hosted by the the City of Dreams Casino Resort in Macau. It is one breathtakingly beautiful marvel to witness, featuring a 3.7 million-gallon pool which to give you perspective is about 5 olympic swimming pools worth of water containment, and supremely talented artists. The show runs for 80-90 minutes and involves unparalleled water-effects and record breaking acts.

17. Grand Lisboa Casino

1 km
from city center
17 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

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 whose grandeur never fails to fill its guests with awe and wonder. 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.

18. Macao Giant Panda Pavilion

18 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Settled against a hillside in Seac Pai Van Park in Coloane, Macao Giant Panda Pavilion is a zoo containing multiple animal species like gorillas, flamingos, monkeys, and the pandas. It is a giant fan-shaped nature park of 3,000 m2 constituting two indoor activity quarters, an outdoor yard for the inhabitation of the giant panda and an indoor exhibit area.

19. Guia Fortress

19 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Located on the Guia Hill, the highest hill of Macau Peninsular, Guia Fortress is a 17th-century colonial military fort built between 1622 and 1638. Also referred to as Fortaleza da Guia, it houses Guia Chapel and Guia Lighthouse which together make the fortress a symbol of Macau’s military, maritime and missionary past. The visitors can get an exemplary panoramic view of Historic Centre of Macau and Macau Peninsular as the fort was built as a central observation post during colonial times for defence purposes.

20. St Dominic's Church Macau

20 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

St Dominic Church is a traditional Catholic church located near the Leal Senado Building in Macau. It was constructed by three Spanish Dominican priests in the late 16th century. This enchanting church has a huge collection of Catholic art and sculptures in its name along with tools that have been used by priests over the years for masses making it a must visit for art lovers, history enthusiasts and spirituality seeking souls.

21. MGM Grand Casino

1 km
from city center
21 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

The MGM Grand Casino located in the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Avenue, Macau is a 35-storey tall casino resort which proudly boasts of its 600 exquisite guest rooms. The main attraction of this resort is the contemporary styled casino housing thousand slot machines and gaming platforms on the mass gaming floor, while the second floor houses baccarat venues.

22. Macau Maritime Museum

2 km
from city center
22 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

The Macau Maritime Museum, portraying the traditional marine life, is located at Pagode da Barra. Established in a magnificent setup, there are 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, the Macau Maritime Museum provides an all over display and information regarding tools, instruments, ships, discoveries, technology and other items related to marine life and trade.

23. Grand Resort Deck

23 out of 29
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. The Grand Resort Deck provides a peaceful arena along with a special kid’s aquatic zone and free access to the ones who are staying in any hotel of the Galaxy Macau.

24. Flora Garden Macau

24 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

The Flora Garden situated at the base of the Guia Hill in Macau, China, is a wonderland for lovers of nature. Designed in the European style, the garden originally served as the grounds of the Flora Palace, a Portuguese mansion. The old palace guardhouse has now been converted into the magnificent stone gateway of the garden.

25. Macau Ferry Terminal

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

The Macau Ferry Terminal, which is centrally located in Hong Kong, is an interesting blend of 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 Tmple

0 km
from city center
26 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Located in Santo Antonio, Macau, the Na Tcha Temple is a Chinese folk religion temple dedicated to the worship of deity Na Tcha, a legendary Chinese figure who looked like a kid, but had magical powers. Built in 1888, it is located at the side of the Ruins of St. Paul. The Na Tcha Temple was constructed as a homage to the child god of war, to put an end to the plague razing the region.

27. Rua Do Cunha

27 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Located on the Taipa Island in Macau, Rua Do Cunha is one of the main streets in Taipa Village which has a wide array of restaurants and street stalls offering traditional delicacies and Portuguese eateries and gift shops offering souvenirs. Also referred to as the Food Street (locally), the stalls are lined on both sides of the bustling street providing a local flavour and elegance. The traditional colonial architecture of the street also attracts a lot of tourists.

28. St Lawrence Church Macau

1 km
from city center
28 out of 29
places to visit in Macau

Located in the Southwest of Macau Peninsula on Fung Shun Tang Street overlooking the sea, the St. Lawrence 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 literally to the church of smooth-sailing wind. The towering church was made for paying homage to, and in memory of a Portuguese saint, regarded as the saint of navigation through winds and water named St. Lawrence. After several reconstructions, the St Lawrence's Church stands as a symbol of Mary and depicts the general prayers of the families of sailors by its stories.

29. Tapia Houses Museum

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

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.

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