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A-Ma Temple (Ma Kok Miu)

Barra Square | Rua de Sao Tiago de Barra and Calcada da Barra, Macau, China
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Barra Square | Rua de Sao Tiago de Barra and Calcada da Barra, Macau, China
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Reviewed March 24, 2017

The temple almost is typical of a Durga temple in India. We could see the different architecture of the temple, only from outside as it was closed by the time we could reach. Felt we lost something important inculding the blessings of A-Ma. May be...More

Thank sp_aradhya
Reviewed March 20, 2017 via mobile

We visited the temple during our city tour in Macau. The temple is beautiful. It was crowded. The story behind the temple told to us by the guide was interesting. We saw a visitor offering a huge roll of incense at the temple and when...More

Thank Kunal G
Reviewed March 17, 2017

Walking up the steps and stopping at different locations it was intriguing to watch the solemn nature in how many faithful spent their time. The temple is a majestic setting and is a definite stop to take in and visit.

Thank JDSoui
Reviewed March 11, 2017

Interesting to see Chinese Temple. For Indians amazing that there are a number of similarities to Indian temples / rituals

Thank jccj613
Reviewed March 3, 2017

A small, but the oldest Buddhist temple in Macau sai to be dedicated to the sea goddess Mazu. Requires a bit of a climb on rock stairs with a lot of incense smoke. Typical Buddhist temple and popular for local folks and tourists. A good...More

1  Thank Rey M
Reviewed March 3, 2017

I think this places is an important part of Macau culture. The temple was beautiful ornate and also it a great place for making wishes.

Thank Manyxay S
Reviewed February 25, 2017

Free entry like all the other temples, I visited ALL the Macau ''Attraction'' Chinese Temples and only this one and Kun Iam Tong temple are the visit worthy ones (big enough), the one in Taipa (Pak Tai Temple) is so tiny, the size of my...More

Thank Shannon083
Reviewed February 22, 2017

I just want to be honest this is not for everyone simple as that. I do think it will mean more to those who have certain beliefs. This is one of the things I think is interesting to experience in another country and see the...More

Thank icityrules
Reviewed February 16, 2017

It is on the way to Sanedo square, so one can break journey and visit this temple. Chinese visit this temple on all days of the week, therefore vibrant in all seasons.

1  Thank shivyog
Reviewed February 4, 2017

We arrived just after Chinese new year. Probably not the best time to go as it was very busy. It was an interesting place to visit. Nice cake shop 100m from the entrance to the temple which was a nice bonus.

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