Time of year
Camoes Grotto & Gardens looked like it is usually a nice leafy area to take a break but renovations were taking place. We were also disappointed that we couldn't see the statue of the first Korean Catholic priest Andrew Kim.
I gained a strong sense of tranquility and calm from the whole of this charming area, but especially from the delightful Garden and Grotto. It was an oasis of relaxation, light years away from the nearby 24 hour permanent madness of Contemporary Macau. This harked to an earlier,…
There are a handful of nice city parks and rural areas around or near the Historic Centre of Macau. One of these is the Cameos Garden and Grotto at Camões Square just north of the Ruins of St. Paul's. This garden is named after the historic Portuguese poet Luis Camões. Here you…
Camoes Gardens are well worth visiting with shady walkways, Pavilion, grotto, sculpture , fountain, lookout tower and lovely plants. Many locals come here to exercise on the machines as you enter the main gate, as well as others performing tai chi. It is one of the oldest parks…
Seek it out... it’s a beautiful park with lots of places to sit out the heat of a Macao day. A number of different levels, and lots of little nooks and crannies to discover.