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- This is refering to the older part of Macau in the main area with all the historic buildings. This is very compact and good for photos with the obligatory eating stops. You can't avoid this if you are in Macau.Written 20 September 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- this was part of a tour we booked in harbour when we got off the ferry which was fantastic but its a nice building with history but to be honest we enjoyed the custard tarts from the shops near by betterWritten 12 June 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- 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 souvenirsWritten 14 September 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was the first stop on our day tour of Macau and we were given some time to wander around and explore. It’s like the original in Vegas, just bigger. There are many shops, gondola rides, and of course the casino. Photography isn’t allowed in the gaming area, but our guide told us to take the escalator up and turn around for a view into the gaming area and to snap photos that way. The gaming area isn’t as open as it is in Vegas.Written 22 March 2020
- Unfortunately this was part of my city tour and I didn’t have enough time to do any of those ‘out door’ activity. That was shame, especially because otherwise there is no chance of an open view or take photos without glass re-flash. I like the glass floor spots.
I should have booked it as separately.Written 9 February 2020
- Kids love this ride at free cable car with fountain view and fountain show (be aware free Skycab only starts at 4pm).Written 10 January 2022
- First time to check inn at this hotel and they have a good service ,We went here to celebrate my 10th birthday of my son ,The room is cleaned and very classy,They have fruit amenities.Im very impressed by this property and the employees at the COD.Thank you againWritten 5 June 2021
- From pubs to fine dining all cuisines are catered for here. There is a convivial atmosphere in this small village of winding lanes and picturesque colonial architectureWritten 21 September 2020
- It's better to view the Macau Eiffel Tower at the ground level. From here you will appreciate its amazing lights and the surrounding areas. Best time to go there is in the eveningWritten 25 January 2020
- The A-Ma Temple was built in 1488 to honor the goddess Mazu, the Chinese goddess of the sea who keeps the fishermen safe. It is believed that the name of the city derived from a mispronunciation of the Portuguese conquers. When they came on the island and asked about the A-Ma Temple, they heard a sound similar to Macau and named the area after it.
The Temple was built during the Ming Dynasty and is the oldest place of worship in the area. I could almost sense the history and spirituality surrounding it. This Taoist building consists of 6 parts, all designed with great architectural interest and all guarded by lions carved on the entrances. The parts of the building are the Gate Pavilion, the Memorial Arch, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence, the Hall of Guanyin, and the Buddhist Pavilion, all of great importance to the spiritual journey you go through after entering the Temple. The Hall of Benevolence is the oldest and smallest part of the Temple, which was the first hall of worship of the Mazu goddess. Unfortunately, it was too crowded so I could only pick from the entrance. But even that was enough!Written 21 May 2020
- We went for the Skywalk tour with the BNU credit card offer in June. When the promotion first started, it was rather crowded, and booking is highly recommended. However, we arrived in the morning, and was told that there are still spaces before 12 if we choose to do it straight away. That was a surprised for us and we were not sure if our 4 year old son will be scared. The cashier assured us that there are staff's children who went when they just learnt how to walk. Upon arriving at the deck, we had to do a registration with the ipad, but because we have to register for three people, another group of adults came to register and they were faster than us, they each register themselves using a separate ipad, and hence, they were given a number before us. The instructions weren't clear, we just followed people to collect our harnesses. We were told to sit down, and others sat somewhere else (no one sat next to us for a long long time), even those who collected their harnesses later than us sat somewhere nearer to the "queue". We asked why we are placed there for such a long time, only then we learnt that it was queued by the number and not by when we collect the harnesses, and we were not told that there will be a wait and we should walk around taking photographs before collecting harnesses like others did. So we sat and waited for more than an hour, not knowing what was going on. Apart from the bad administrative aspect, the activity was good, my son enjoyed walking out there, although he was a little scared. He was placed at the front of the queue for photo taking. I just hope AJ Hackett can improve on how they handle large crowd. Otherwise it’s a good experience.Written 28 December 2020
- The Senado Square is one the landmarks in Macau. Lots of shops, cafes and restaurants.
A very good walk from Senado to St Paul's Cathedral.Written 4 April 2020
- Must-see sightseeing during a visit to Macau.
A delightful trip to scape the hustle. Constructed about 150 years ago, It has been restored and reopened to the public in 2010.Written 7 October 2020
- An iconic Church which is out of ytourist hotpots. Making it best for taking photos. Sublime view of Macau. Only bad thing is that you need to walk uphill or taxi doesn't passby that place that often.Written 7 October 2020
- After visiting the museum I decided to wander around this part of the fort. While offering an important site in the history of Macau it also provides great views of the city and across the river to China. This is a great photo opportunity site.Written 30 November 2019
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