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We stumbled upon the museum by accident when we went to see the temple nearby. Cheap entry tickets (10 macau dollars each) so we gave it a try and found it an interesting way to learn about the fishing trade and industry in macau in...More
We visited as it was raining so we’re trying to keep away from the bad weather as well as seeing some history of Macao. It was interesting to see how they have totally changed the island. And also see the development of the ships over...More
The maritime museum is a must for all fans who want to know more about nautical and navy things.
The museum is located near A Ma temple.
The museum has displays of boats that were used for both fishing and for defending Macau. The museum...More
You can easily spend one or two hours happily looking at all the maritime models. You can also combine this visit with the nearby A-Ma temple. In summer, this museum provides a good air conditioned respite from the summer heat.
Anyone who is interested in ships and all things nautical, in seafaring history, and in the history of Macau, will appreciate this. It is small enough to be completely enjoyed in just a couple of hours, with beautiful models of various fishing vessels and other...More
This is grand, king-sized maritime museum, comparable in size to the maritime museums in Amsterdam, Valparaiso and Sydney. Those museums, however, are national in scope; Macau’s is more locally-focused and with a tighter budget: don’t expect to climb aboard a genuine Dutch East Indiaman or...More