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  • Ruins of St. Paul's

    Ruins of St. Paul's

    Ruins of St.Paul’s is the historical site of St. Paul’s Church, also known as Ruínas da Antiga Catedral de São Paulo, which is class="MsoNormal" style="text-align:left"> History of St. Paul’s Hundreds of years ago, with Portuguese’s invading and occupation of Macau, Catholicism was brought i... Read more>>
  • Lin Fung Temple

    Lin Fung Temple

    Lin Fung Temple sits at the north end of Mong Ha Hill> Lin Fung Temple in history During its history of over 400 years, Lin Fung Temple was repaired many times. In 1723 during the reign period of Emperor Yongzheng, it was expanded and named as Cihu Palace. After the rebuilt work in 1876 during th... Read more>>
  • Kun Iam Temple

    Kun Iam Temple

    Kun Iam Temple, also known as the Puji Buddha Hall, locates at the Avenida do Coronel Mesquita. It was built in 1632 during the late Ming Dynasty (1368-1614). As> is known as the site of the first Sino-US Treaty of Wangxia, which was signed in 1844. Structure of Kun Iam Temple Kun Iam Temple is ... Read more>>
  • House of the Dancing Water

    House of the Dancing Water

    House of the Dancing Water is a water-based stage production, written and directed by Franco Dragone. The show was the second water show by Franco Dragone's company, which was premiered in September 2010 at The City of Dreams in Macau. The show was developed over 5 years and with 2 years of rehears... Read more>>
  • Cunha Street

    Cunha Street

    Cunha Street, also named as “Rua do Cunha”, which is a narrow pedestrian street in Macau. Cunha Street locates very near to the Casino Resorts, which exudes the old town a nostalgia feel. The street is 121 meters long, and 5 meters wide, which is class="MsoNormal" style="text-align:left"> Origi... Read more>>
  • Macau Maritime Museum

    Macau Maritime Museum

    Occupying an area of 800 square meters (about 0.2 acres), the Macau Maritime Museum was built target="_blank" title="China">China and Portugal. The main building of the museum is a three-storey white building, architected in the shape of a boat in full sail. Big glass windows provide the illusion... Read more>>
  • A-Ma Temple

    A-Ma Temple

    Approximately four hundred years ago the Portuguese landed on a sea promontory near a temple. They asked the local inhabitants the name of the land, but the locals misunderstood, thinking that the Portuguese were asking for the name of the temple. So they answered 'Ma Ge'. Later, the Portuguese tra... Read more>>
  • Lou Lim Iok Garden

    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 only Suzhou style garden in Macau. It boasts elegant and peaceful scenes of south of the Yangtze River, called Jiangnan in Chinese. The garden was enlisted in the top eight scenes of... Read more>>
  • Sun Yat-Sen Park

    Sun Yat-Sen Park

    When visiting Macau, it is recommended that you take the opportunity to see the Sun Yat-Sen Park which is located in the north of the Macau Peninsula. It is target="_blank" title="China">China and Portugal. However, in 1990 a full-length bronze statue of Doctor Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925) was placed at... Read more>>
  • Macau Tower

    Macau Tower

    If you have a chance to visit Macau, do not forget to go to Macau Tower, a landmark of the city. It was designed by Gordon Moller, a famous architect of New Zealand. The construction was finished in December, 2001, at the 2nd year anniversary of Macau's return. It was the eighth highest tower in As... Read more>>
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