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A-Ma Temple (Ma Kok Miu)

Barra Square | Rua de Sao Tiago de Barra and Calcada da Barra, Macau, China
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Barra Square | Rua de Sao Tiago de Barra and Calcada da Barra, Macau, China
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

One of the attractions of the city of Macao is A-Ma temple as the city got its name from this temple. Its a nice temple with peaceful environment. Its worth a visit.

Thank MNaha
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Very peaceful atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of city crowd and casinos. Provides with a touch of Chinese prayers and things used. A different and much needed experience in Macau

Thank Madhur B
Reviewed 6 days ago

This temple dated back in 18th century has shown tenacity over time. The place is not as big as other temple but the tranquility and serenity in the place is good.

Thank Grateful_Joy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Historically significant site to visit. It's about 10min to the top of the temple with lots of steps. There is a bakery there that sells the best fresh Portuguese Egg Tarts a must try when in Macau.

Thank Ausquaka
Reviewed 1 week ago

This historical location is connected with Portuguese coming to Macau for first time and people visiting the temple for blessing before sea journey. Lot of Chinese people visit the place (any they are as unruly as my fellow Indians when it comes to discipline while...More

Thank Prashantshahmumbai
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

OK temple, but only as a curio if you are travelling to Macau for the first time. Otherwise, there's better and more interesting in any other part of South East Asia.

Thank Luis S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This ancient Chinese temple, the oldest in Macau, was on the edge of the water when Portuguese sailors arrived. Asking where they were, the local Chinese pointed to the temple and called it by its name. The Portuguese misheard the words and believed the locals...More

Thank Robert W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Ancient Chinese temple, with many rooms, prayer hall, can walk around. One of the oldest attractions in Macau.

Thank angam
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you want to relax , take cheap bus in front the Grand Lisboa and get off at Seac Pai Van park ... then do not hesitate to use free shuttle of the goddess A-Ma association because climbing is long, hard and dangerous (narrow road...More

Thank tonin92
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lots of incense, colourful statues, temple bells, spread over a hilldside, so you don't see it all at one. Despite having visited umpteen Chinese temples over the years, we kind of liked this place. Lots of atmosphere and not overrun by tourists. Went there by...More

Thank Stephenbkk20156
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