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Ranked #31 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural

Background Located out in the small village of Coloane, this small chapel serves as the major Catholic place of worship for the residents.  As a working church the insides are... more »

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Ranked #32 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Owner description: The name Galaxy implies the celestial heavens above – with our laser show, we’ve more than lived up to it by touching the... more » Owner description: The name Galaxy implies the celestial heavens above – with our laser show, we’ve more than lived up to it by touching the skies and beyond. As one of the largest laser shows in the world, our nightly showings employ state-of-the-art beams synchronized with surrounding music. With eight showings a night and a different spectacle every time, it’s a Galaxy MacauTM highlight that you can see from across Macau. « less
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Ranked #33 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural

St. Lawrence Church is an inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage designation for the Historic Centre of Macau and is also referred to by its Chinese name of Fenghshuntang as well... more »

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Ranked #34 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural

While not included under the World Heritage Sight designation of the City Centre of Macau, Rua da Felicidade has become a very interesting place to visit near some of Macau's more... more »

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Ranked #35 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Casinos/Gaming

Background Not to be confused with the much larger, shinier Grand Lisboa.  The Lisboa Hotel and Casino is the smaller orange and white hotel next to the giant glass lotus shaped... more »

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Ranked #36 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Other

Dragon of Fortune is a lobby show in the Wynn located in the Rotunda at the entrance to the resort. An animatronic dragon, symbolizing health and good fortune (a good symbol at a... more »

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Ranked #37 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Other

The main General Post Office of Macau is located just off Senado Square, on Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro.  The building which as housed the post office since 1929 offers nice... more »

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Ranked #38 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Art Galleries; Cultural
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Ranked #39 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Resort Communities; Other

Unlike the Las Vegas strip, Cotai strip is not one long road with casinos.  Rather the strip in this case is the strip of land created between two existing islands (Coloane and... more »

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Ranked #40 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural

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Ranked #41 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Ancient Ruins; Historic Sites; Cultural

See Na Tcha Temple. more »

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Ranked #42 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Museums

Better known as the Santa Casa De Misericordia, this building was built by the first charitable organization in Macau as use as a girls orphanage in 1637.  The building in listed... more »

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Ranked #43 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural

Casa de Lou Kau (Lou Kau Mansion) Background The Lou Kau Mansion was built in 1889 by a wealthy Chinese merchant and gambling tycoon.  It is probably Macau's best preserved old... more »

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Ranked #44 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Race Car Tracks; Theaters & Stadiums
Ranked #45 of 164 attractions in Macau

The Dom Pedro V Theatre, originally built in 1860 was the first western-style theatre in China (Macau included).  It is a member of the UNESCO World Heritage collection of... more »

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Ranked #46 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Cemeteries; Cultural

St. Michael Cemetery, known by its Portuguese name of Cemeterio do Sao Miguel Arcanjo, is the largest Catholic cemetery in Macau.  Traditional victorian images are used on the... more »

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Ranked #47 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural

Background:  Once upon a time this little church looked out over the sea, now it looks out over a lake and some glitzy casinoes.  It still has a great view and and a feeling that... more »

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Ranked #48 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Lighthouses; Landmarks
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Ranked #49 of 164 attractions in Macau
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Ranked #50 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural

See A-Ma Temple. more »

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Ranked #51 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks; Amusement Parks
Owner description: The Kid Cavern is a massive and very fun children's ship that reminds us of the giant Toys'R US in Times Square (NYC). This... more » Owner description: The Kid Cavern is a massive and very fun children's ship that reminds us of the giant Toys'R US in Times Square (NYC). This was a very fun place to spend time, lots of merchandise and large characters on display. « less
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Ranked #52 of 164 attractions in Macau
It is a street full of heritage and traditions. Chinese herbal stores, hand-made noodle shop, local food and coffee shop.
Ranked #53 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Libraries; Cultural

The Sir Robert Ho Tung Library, is an architectural gem that is listed on the Unesco World Heritage list for Historic Centre of Macau.  Built in the late 1800's, the building was... more »

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Ranked #54 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Museums; Landmarks

The goddess Kun Iam is a Buddhist deity of mercy.  This 20 meter high bronze statue is built on top of a lotus flower shaped dome which is home to the Ecumenical Center, situated... more »

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Ranked #55 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums

The Wine Museum in Macau is 1,400 square-meters of space offering historical information on wine, including vineyard cultivation and wine cycles through the world.  On display is... more »

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Ranked #56 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural

St. Joseph Seiminary and Church is a single inclusion to the UNESCO Historic Centre of Macau collection.  It is located in a cluster of other World Heritage attractions near St... more »

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Ranked #57 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural

More commonly known as A-Ma Cultural Village, this replica village was built in 2001 to celebrate the A-Ma festival.  A-Ma, Mazu, Tian Hou or a half dozen other monikers is the... more »

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Ranked #58 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Gardens; Outdoors

The Camoes Garden and Grotto is named after the Portuguese poet who was bannished to Macau, the gardens were originally the home of a wealthy trader.  After the trader's death the... more »

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Ranked #59 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Museums

The Taipa Houses Museum is a compound of 5 nearly identical houses built in the 1920's in the Portuguese style of the time.  The houses used to be located on the sea coast, but... more »

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Ranked #60 of 164 attractions in Macau
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Cultural

Background Renamed Praca do TAP SEAC, Tashi Square was also formerly known as Campo do Coronel Mesquita.  It is the location for most of the outdoor fairs and events for Macau... more »

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