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Surrounded by original old buildings, this botanical garden with its labeled trees and shrubs is a restful respite from the bustle of the newer parts of Macau. The grotto is a fine tribute to Portugual’s greatest poet. Camoens actually composed much of his epic poem...More
Not necessarily on the ‘tourist radar,’ this urban park/garden is worth a visit. There are several levels to this park - all accessible via stairs or sloping pathways. There are plenty of places to sit as benches sit the walking pathways. This is a local’s...More
After a walking tour through all of old Macau, we undertook the final leg and were so happy we did. Camoes Garden is absolutely beautiful, and being off the beaten track (beyond the ruins of St Paul's) it is largely underpopulated by tourists. The locals...More
Small gardens with mosaics sonnets engraved in stone and grotto with his bust. There are several gym machines for people to use. It seems a popular place for elderly and moms with children. It's close to the Santo Antonio Church.
During summer, I have visited the Praça de Luís de Camões. That is a popular tourist attraction, especially Portuguese because of Camões is an important historical person in Portuguese history. There have strong Portuguese culture feeling. Whether it is building, floor or decoration, all are...More
This garden is popular among the locals, but I don’t think it is for tourists. There is nothing in this garden other than to walk or jog. The local elder people spend time here playing cards and gambling. The grotto which is a formation of...More
This garden is named after the national Portuguese poet Luis de Camoes. He was supposed to live here some time and write on his work Os Lusiadas in the cave. Nowadays there is still his statue. You will find people doing their exercises or just...More