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Compared to the frenzy and commercialism of most of Macau tourism this was a low key haven. Easily reached by public bus from the casinos, entry is free with only 10 MOP to visit the panda pavillion. We took other reviewers advice and got there...More
The coloane trail is a 8km mainly flat trail that winds round the hillside. A roughly circular route it offers great views over coloane village and the Cotai strip. The trail is well maintained although signposting could be better. There are several subsidiary trails leading...More
This park is located in coloane area of Macau. Bus 21a, 26a, 25 etc will get here.
The park is not crowded and very peaceful. Great with kids. There are red pandas and giant pandas. It is cheap to get into this panda enclosure. Only...More
This is a lovely park with a nice pond, some birds, several caged animals, a beautiful walking trail uphill through the jungle and an awesome red panda pavilion.
Entrance is free.
There's also a giant panda pavilion (entrance is 15 MOP per person).
There aren't a lot of animals but the newcomers, two three-year old red pandas from Chengdu, and most of the monkeys, especially the squirrel monkeys, are lively. The air is fresh at the park, too.
We visit this zoo every time we come to Macau.
One of the famous zoo in Macau is Seac Pai Van Park. When I was a primary student, I may go Seac Pai Van Park for an autumn trip each year. We can watch animals, ride bicycle, hiking and barbecue at there. Seac Pai Van...More
Seac Pai Van Park is full of childhood memories of the Macao people. I remember the primary annual autumn travel must come to visit or picnic. It is the best place can learn and experience the nature of outdoor education. Last week i visited again...More
Located in the Coloane area of Macau away from other major attractions in Macau, the Park is most famous for the Giant Panda Pavilion which allows visitors to view the endangered animals in their natural habitat.
Other attractions in the part include a small zoo,...More
Seac Pai Van country park is my memory in my childhood. There have many animals in the park. I think this is the smallest zoo in the macau. Even in the world. When I was child, school always come to here to travel. We can...More
Hi I posted this already with another topic but thought to have a separate post on visiting Coloane. Can somebody help us how to go to Coloane from Cotai Strip specifically from Sheraton Hotel? We would want to visit the Seac Pai Van Park to see the Giant Pandas, A-Ma Cultural Village & Statue of A-Ma then to Coloane Village to visit Lord Stow's Bakery & Espaco Lisboa to have lunch, then go to Avenida de Cinco de Outubro & see the Chapel of St Francis then back to Sheraton Again. Thank you...More
November 16, 2013|
There is only one road so it is very easy to get to the pandas - simply take any bus from outside the Sheraton (basically 15, 21A 7 26A iirc). They will say either Ville de Colane or Hac Sa on the front. It is about the second or third stop. You would need a taxi to get to the A-Ma Statue as it is up a private road. Perhaps take a bus to the pandas & then another bus on the same route to Coloane Village & get a taxi back, diverting to the statue if this is important to you.
Bus from Seac Pai Van Park to Rua Do Cunha (6 Replies)
Hi, We are planning to visit Macau for 3D 2N, and hope we could get some advice about public buses number for some tourist spots we want to visit (i try to search on the internet and could not get the result). Using taxi is not our priority as we're dealing with tight budget. Can anyone tell us, what bus number should we take: 1. from Seac Pai Van Park to Rua Do Cunha 2. From Rua Do Felicidade to Macau Ferry Maritime 3. And about going to Seac Pai Van Park, is it worth enough to go...More
November 08, 2013|
One more question we forget to ask. What bus number should we take from Rua Do Cunha to go to City of Dream or Venetian, or Galaxy hotel? Thanks a lot