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53. Camoes Square

Camoes Square

5 km
from city center
53 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Historic Centre Of Macau

The Camoes Square is located on the Northwest of Macau Peninsula. Travellers can find the St. Anthony's Church, Casa Garden, Camoes Garden, The Protestant Church and other spots by the square. The square is named after Luis de Camoes, an eminent poet of Portugal, whose statue is in the Camoes Garden.

54. Hung Shing Temple in Hac Sa Village

Hung Shing Temple in Hac Sa Village

10 km
from city center
54 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Coloane

Hung Shing Temple is located in Hac Sa, the biggest village in Macau. Hac Sa lies in the southern part of Macau. The temple acquires its significance as the only temple in the whole town. It is dedicated to Chinese folk religion deity Hung Shing. The temple has a small infrastructure and does not boast of detailed architecture or other such decorations.

55. Sam Seng Temple

Sam Seng Temple

1 km
from city center
55 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Coloane

Known as the Temple of Three Divinities, this shrine is located in the isolated Ka Ho bay region. It is the oldest temple in the area. One should mark a visit to the temple to bask in the serene and peaceful spiritual atmosphere it provides.

56. A-Ma Statue & Cultural Village

A-Ma Statue & Cultural Village

12,787 km
from city center
56 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Coloane

In the small island of Coloane in Macau, one can find the tallest statue of goddess A-Ma and a cultural village in her name. A pavilion-style gate, carved marble altars, The Tian Hou Palace, a bell tower and a drum tower, are all part of this aesthetic, cultural village. The cultural complex also houses shops and restaurants of various kinds.

57. Chapel of St. Francis Xavier

Chapel of St. Francis Xavier

13,447 km
from city center
57 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Coloane

A landmark spot of the Japanese Christian tradition, this chapel is located on the small island of Coloane in Macau. The chapel is elementary to spot as it lies right behind the monument commemorating the victory over pirates in 1910. The building is of baroque style painted in a vibrant yellow and decorated with red lanterns.

58. Church of Our Lady of Sorrows

Church of Our Lady of Sorrows

12,294 km
from city center
58 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Coloane

Located in Coloane, Church of Our Lady of Sorrows was built for the leprosy-affected people in settlement of Ka- Ho. One can find a few old houses next to the church, which were once used by the patients. It is a small church with a courtyard where the statues of Our Lady and St. Michael the Archangel and a grotto of Madonna can be seen.

59. Natural and Agrarian Museum

Natural and Agrarian Museum

3,900 km
from city center
59 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Coloane

Labelled as the first museum of nature, The Natural and Agrarian Museum is located in Seac Pai Van Park in Coloane. Established in the year 1997, this museum showcases various agricultural resources that were used in Macau.

60. Seac Pai Van Park

Seac Pai Van Park

8 km
from city center
60 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Coloane

A haven for nature lovers, the Seac Pai Van Park is located in Coloane. Other than being a multipurpose park, this is also the largest green area in Macau. Within its premises, one can identify Macau Museum of Panda's, Museum of Nature and Agriculture, a children's zoo, an aviary and a botanical garden.

61. Wynn Palace

Wynn Palace

6,066 km
from city center
61 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Cotai

The Wynn Palace is the most opulent resort in all of Macau. It is located in the Cotai strip, the gambling hub of Macau. Standing tall with 28 storey's and equipped with 1,706 rooms, suites and villas, this resort is bathed in luxury. The performing lake in the resort is famous for its size as well as the choreographed show with lights, water and music.

62. Macau East Asian Games Dome

Macau East Asian Games Dome

10,986 km
from city center
62 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Located in : Cotai

The Macau East Asian Games Dome is an indoor sporting arena located in Cotai, Macau. It was the venue for the 2005 East Asian games and 2007 Indoor Asian games. With its large and magnificent dome, it is the largest indoor sporting arena in the city.

63. Lisboa


10,983 km
from city center
63 out of 63
things to do in Macau

Lisboa is a hotel-casino located in Sé, Macau. The 12 storeyed grandiose building encompasses 2,362 luxury rooms, a casino with 270 gaming tables and 700 slot machines, eight high-end restaurants and bars including the famous Robuchon á Galera restaurant, a beauty salon, gym, outdoor heating pool and many such facilities.

FAQs on Macau

What are the top sightseeing places in Macau?

The top sightseeing places in Macau are St Paul's Ruins, Senado Square, The Venetian Macao, A-Ma Temple, Mount Fortress, Macau Tower.

How can I commute within Macau?

Bus: The small city of Macau is very easy to get around, and is well-connected by public transport. The public buses and minibuses run by the TCM and TRANSMAC connect most parts of the city, especially the attractions in the Peninsular region, Taipa, and Coloane. Buses are usually available from 5:00 AM to midnight.
  • We recommend availing the Macau Pass for discounts on bus rates.
  • The Macau Pass can be purchased at most convenience stores for a rate of MOP 130, with a refundable deposit of MOP 30.
  • Bus stations have signs in Portuguese, Chinese, and English.
  • Offline maps can be purchased at the Tourist Bureau.
Taxi: Taxis ply through most of Macau. While they are difficult to hail, taxi stations are available intermittently near all tourist hotspots. Rates are usually standard and fixed; remember to fix the rate before boarding the vehicle.

Shuttle: If you’re staying at a casino or resort, most such establishments provide free shuttle services from the airport and to explore local attractions, so make full use of these services. 

Bikes, cars, scooters, and bicycles can be rented to visit the many attractions and explore the city at one’s own pace. Rates vary from one provider to the other, and cars usually have a rental fee of MOP 900 per day.

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How much does a package cost for Macau?

The packages for Macau start at INR 19947 which can be further customized based on number of people, days, hotel category, vehicle type and customizations. You can have a look at all packages here

What are the top activities in Macau?

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What are the top hotels in Macau?

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