15 top most visited Attractions in Macau
Casino at Venetian Macau
You may want to gamble Casino at Venetian Macau. The Venetian Macao is the largest casino in the world. It is one of the most visited Macau attraction. It is a luxury hotel and casino resort in Macau, China, owned by Las Vegas Sands and Sheldon Adelson US billionaire. This complex consists of 7 hotels worth 2.4 billion dollars.
Venetian Macao is the ” capital ” entertainment in Asia , the Venetian Macao casino complex , have contributed to the coastal areas of southern China surpass the US Las Vegas , became the center of black red and profitability scale in the world .
Historic Centre of Macau
Do you want to visit historical sites. In 2005 the Historic Centre of Macau was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, making it the 31st designated World Heritage site in China. It is one of the most visited Macau attraction.
Theatre & Performances
You like to see amazing acrobatics, light, concept all just great. You should see if you are in Macau , perhaps it is even worth to visit this place if in Macau. Now this will be the highlight of Macau, not the Venetian! You will really be surprised to see a show here. This is the best show in Macau. The show is great: divers, motorbikes, dancers all incredible. Real time moving stage which can be transformed into a swimming pooble, a motor race, or a dancing stage in a minute or less!
Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre
Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre offers the best view of Macau and in recent years has been used for a variety of adventurous activities. The tower was created by the architecture firm of Craig Craig Moller. It is the one among the tallest tower in the world. If you like altitude , you should come here. Opened on 19th December, 2001, Macau Tower is 338 metres in height. It is an elegant construction offering magnificent panoramic views all over Macau and much of the Pearl River Delta from its observation deck and revolving restaurant, at the 223metre level. There is the opportunity to walk around the outside of the tower, for instance “Skywalk X”.
Largo do Senado (Senado Square)
Senado Square (Largo do Senado) is a public square in Macau. It is located in the central area of the Macau Peninsula. This is an amazing central shopping area of the city that looks almost like a Mediterranean Europe
town. The old three and four-story multi-colored buildings abut a beautiful square. The streets here are paved a unique pattern of yellows and browns in interlocking brick arches.
Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral
It’s great this place is outside the Museum and is a good spot to take pictures and relax. The Ruins of St. Paul’s refer to the façade of what was originally the Church of Mater Dei built in 1602-1640 and the ruins of St. Paul’s College, which stood adjacent to the Church, both destroyed by fire in 1835. The location is very interesting to photograph. It seems everything collapsed here, except the main door….great it persists over time. There may be many more.
Nice walk around the place We could have a nice view from here. Took many photos. As the highest point on the peninsula, Guia Fort affords panoramic views of the city and, when the air is clear, across to the islands and China. At the top is the stunning Chapel of Our Lady of Guia built in 1622 and retaining almost 100% of its original features, including some of Asia’s most valuable frescoes.
Macao Museum is located on the hill of the Fortaleza do Monte, a 16thcentury fort in Macau. The museum presents the history of the city and territory of the former Portuguese colony of Macau, now a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. I have been to Macau many times. This is the first time i visited the Museum.
Coloane is one of the two main islands of the Macau Special Administrative Region in China. Coloane Village Quiet and lazy, Coloane Village, the main village on the island, is a joy to just walk around and explore. Its narrow lanes lined with pastelcoloured houses and shops. Avenida de Cinco de Outubro is the main esplanade where you can
look across the narrow channel to Hengqin Island in China.
The Historic Centre of Macao is a living representation of the city’s historic settlement, encompassing 22 outstanding examples of architectural legacies interwoven in the orginal urban fabric that includes streetscapes and urban squares.
Tai Pa Village
Tai Pa Village is like a small town like place. there is shooping there and are a few cafes. It was one of the islands in China’s Special Administrative Region of Macau. It boast many hotels, casinos, shopping malls and is home to the Macau Jockey Club racecourse. Take a little time to walk over to Tai Pa from the glitz of the casinos. Very charming experience.
City of Dreams
City of Dreams is a property along the Cotai Strip in the Cotai reclamation area in Macau, China. It is built, owned and managed by Melco Crown Entertainment, formerly known as Melco PBL Entertainment. City of Dreams is Melco’s second mega-sized property in Macau. It is located directly opposite The Venetian Macao, the first property in Cotai, opened by Las Vegas Sands Corp.
Lou Lim Iok Garden
Lou Lim Iok Garden is located in central Macau Peninsula, with an area of 1.78 hectares (about 4.4 acres). It is the onlySuzhou style garden in Macau. It boasts elegant and peaceful scenes just south of the Yangtze River. This
area is known as Jiangnan in Chinese. The garden enlisted in the top eight scenes of Macau in 1992.
Game & Entertainment Centres
A-Ma Temple (Ma Kok Miu)
A-Ma Temple (Ma Kok Miu) situated on the southwest tip of the Macau Peninsula, is one of the oldest and most famous Taoist temples in Macau. Built in 1488, the temple is dedicated to Matsu, the goddess of seafarers and fishermen. The name Macau is thought to be derived from the name of the temple. It is said that when the Portuguese sailors landed at the coast just outside the temple and asked the name of the place, the natives replied “A-Ma-Gau” (bay of goddess A-Ma). The Portuguese then named the peninsula “Macao”. The temple was well described in ancient Chinese texts, as well as represented in paintings, related to Macao. It is also one of the first scenes photographed in Macao.