Nature & parks in Macau

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Nature & Parks in Macau

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  • BonnieB
    Miami, FL2 contributions
    Very nice set up with over 5 pandas, both children and adult can visit and enjoy. Be prepared to take photos and you can even buy souvenirs
    Written September 14, 2020
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  • thitsar
    Bangkok, Thailand68 contributions
    It will take the whole day in Coloane. It’s a small coastal village but many places to explore starting from Portuguese style churches, temples, shops, restaurants (especially the original Lord Stow’s egg tart). At A Ma Cultural Village, you can walk up to the hill and find a very beautiful Chinese temple right there. A Ma goddess statue is at the top of the hill.
    Written January 1, 2020
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  • dremo
    Singapore, Singapore24 contributions
    Childhood memories garden for a must visit for all ages. Well maintained, peaceful and tranquility. Trees are neatly named for public to understand and appreciate the plants more in depth. Comfortable walk away from the busy streets and corners outside. Friendly staff. Had a great time chillaxing.
    Written October 7, 2020
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China149,235 contributions
    Hac Sa is also called Black Sand Beach due to the interesting mix of yellow and black sand found here. This is the only proper beach in Macau, located at the southern end of Coloane. You'll find a few beach shops, Portuguese BBQ style restaurants, public toilets and changing rooms, small section of promenade at the southern end as well as children's play area. Importantly, there is a long stretch of beachfront space and outdoor area at Hac Sa Beach.

    Water quality is murky, not particularly clear but many locals enjoy swimming here. If you visit during on windy days, you may also catch some wind surfers. This can be enjoyable to watch. If you walk up Rua de Hac Sa Long Chao Kok street on the south end of the beach, you often find fisherman pulling small catch from the the choppy waters.

    Continue that route and you can take what is easily one of Macau's best trails, the Long Chao Kok Coastal Trail, which clings to the rocky outcrops and shoreline and affords hikers some surprisingly good coastal views.

    You can reach the Hac Sa Beach area by taking public buses 15, 21A, 25 or 26 to Hac Sa. All bus routes are MOP6 per person for all rides throughout Macau.
    Written March 6, 2020
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  • 😀😉😊
    Macau, China18 contributions
    This is a nice park ,I really enjoyed the pandas, they were really cute.The playground is wonderful for kids (2 - 7 years old)!
    Written January 18, 2020
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  • Steve K
    New Taipei, Taiwan737 contributions
    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.
    Written August 5, 2018
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  • Arnold C
    San Francisco, CA695 contributions
    Beautiful lake which was reclaim from sea! Annual Dragon Boat races with counties participating from SGP, Thailand, Myanmar, San Francisco, Nam Hoi and various teams from China!
    Written June 9, 2019
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  • Jainam M
    Mumbai, India624 contributions
    This area has many particular surroundings in terms of buildings and landscape. But we loved walking on the calm path. Sit and relax under the trees. Watch the lovely lit up macau skyline comprised of hotels, casinos and macau tower.
    Written December 30, 2019
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  • GlobetrotterJ16
    Seoul, South Korea1,869 contributions
    Hac Sa beach feels like a world away from the rest of Macau. On weekends lots of tourist without a doubt but overall much more peaceful and picturesque than any other area of Macau. A long stretch of beach, easy to reach with public transport by the way, stretches along the bay. One can see the sea and enjoy a breeze of fresh air. Not necessarily a beach to jump into the sea but a nice area for a stroll in the sand.
    Written December 15, 2019
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  • GlobetrotterJ16
    Seoul, South Korea1,869 contributions
    Garden of Flower City is small public park centrally located in Taipa, next to one of the main bus stops as well as several supermarkets and other stores. There are benches, flowers and ponds, quite serene and relaxing. I would not say it is a destination by itself or a must see, but a good place to take a break.
    Written December 1, 2019
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  • Jainam M
    Mumbai, India624 contributions
    A beautiful little garden away from the hustle of the city and the casinos. One of the oldest gardens in macau. Spent some peaceful time there.
    Written December 30, 2019
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  • Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴
    Macau, China2,248 contributions
    One of the green lung spaces in Macau is the Guia Hill Municipal Park. This is where you find the World Heritage Guia Fortress attractions. It is also where visitors can enjoy walking trails through wooded and shady hilltop grounds, children's playground and a few other items of interest within the park grounds.

    To visit the Guia Hill Municipal Park, you can walk up the fairly steep Calcada do Gaio past Jardim de Vasco de Gama and Hotel Guia before arriving at the zigzagging trail up the hill.

    Another way to visit the park is by way of the foot path winding up the hill from the base of Flora Garden. Lastly, visitors can simply take the Guia Cable Car (MOP2 one way, MOP3 return). This is a short 2-minute ride from Flora Garden to the the Guia Hill Municipal Park.
    Written March 18, 2019
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  • Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴
    Macau, China2,248 contributions
    There are kid's play zones in several of the major hotel grounds along the Cotai Strip including the Kid's City found at Level 3 of City of Dreams (COD). Opening hours are 10.30am to 7pm daily (closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays).

    Here you find 17,000 sq. feet of indoor play area and facilities with innovative equipment, machines, games and other play items for children to enjoy.

    This can be a good way to spend time if you have little ones and are looking for fun things for them to do.

    Entry is MOP120 for 2 hours on regular days and MOP150 on weekends and public holidays.
    Written July 23, 2019
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China149,235 contributions
    Flora Garden is a large public park and garden located just off of Avenida de Sidónio Pais on the Macau Peninsula. I like visiting here during Chinese New Year when the weather is cooler and the garden is decorated with cherry blossoms and other seasonal plants and flowers. Opening hours are 6.30am to 8pm daily.

    The garden is located on the former mansion grounds of a Portuguese aristocrat. As such, it is designed in European manner. In addition to pedestrian avenue lined with palms, flower beds, lots of park benches, children's playground area, you'll find an aviary, a few cages for monkeys as well as an Asian Black Bear. There are fountain pools and a walkway up Guia Hill at the back of the garden.

    An additional attraction at Flora Garden is he Guia Cable Car which you can ride (MOP2 single ticket/ MOP3 return) up to the top of Guia Hill. It is a short 2-3 minute ride and there is never a queue. You'll find the terminus at the front of the park, you can't miss it.

    In the end, the park is ok for tourists. However, the cable car is actually quite enjoyable, something of a hidden gem activity here in Macau for those with families looking for budget-friendly things to do with the kiddies.
    Written February 4, 2019
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  • Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴
    Macau, China2,248 contributions
    Lotus Square is a large open public space just across from the Sands Macao Hotel and Fisherman's Wharf, not far from the Macau Ferry Terminal. This is where you find the Lotus Monument, which was gifted to Macau from China as a symbol of friendship as part of the handover of Macau to Portugal in 1999.

    The monument is gilded, six metre tall and in the shape of a Lotus flower with pedals. At night it is lit up with flood lights making it decent to view after dark. You will also find two popular museums, the Grand Prix and Wine Museums as well as the Tourism Activities Centre building here at Lotus Square.
    Written January 28, 2019
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