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“Active at night ,deserted at noon”

Macau Fisherman's Wharf
Ranked #80 of 259 things to do in Macau
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Owner description: This entertainment complex offers a selection of antique stores, boutiques, and restaurants in a quiet setting. The surrounding Roman replica architecture makes for an interesting shopping experience.
Reviewed August 29, 2013

The Macau's Fisherman's wharf was within walking distance from our hotel in Macau city, so we went there to take a peek , business hours was about 10 -11 am .And there's just some people in the area.We saw many restaurants , shops ,and several pubs and clubs here.We took some pictures ,and left.At night we went back here ,and now there's life ,haha.Many people strolling ,eating in the resto's and some people enjoying the sea breeze.We managed to try 1 of the clubs here , a Thai club .Nice but the damage cost were expensive, haha.Yea , maybe worth a visit if you are in Macau

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Reviewed August 27, 2013

On a visit to Macau we were fortunate enought ot be able to visit the fishermans wharf. It is a multi cultural and very vibrant area with shops, restaurants, hotels and convention centre. There is something for everyone but not necessarily ideal for young children.

When in Macau try to get on a tour and see the other aspects including a visit to the world famous casino and visit the border between Macau and China.

Well worth it.

Thank Gary C
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Reviewed August 8, 2013

We went there during weekday daytime and the place was deserted, most of the shops were either vacant or closed. Spend a short time to take photos here, kind of disappointed since previously saw photos with lots of activities, not able to take taxi from here and the security told us to get taxi from Sands Casino.

Thank YTOAY
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Reviewed July 29, 2013 via mobile

With Roman architecture and Macanese shops and restaurants just beside the jetty, the view of the bridge linking Macao is excellent and this place becomes lively in the evening. A good place to chill out!

Thank nlaugc
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Reviewed July 14, 2013

Lot's to do, things to see and it has a wonders to share. I loved their buildings and architecture. I should have stayed a more days in Macau to see the Fishermans Wharf at night and it would be magical.

Thank TheAdiktus
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