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  • 1 São Domingo Church Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Largo dO Senado RC - Macao

    São Domingo church is easily recognisable by its large yellow and white façade, the alcoves of which are adorned with religious statues, as well as its green shutters and doorway. This is without a doubt the most beautiful church in Macau. Built in B..

  • 2 Ruins of São Paulo Cathedral Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Rua de S. Paulo RC - Macao

    Built in the 17C in Baroque style, São Paulo Cathedral was for a long time the largest Roman Catholic church in Asia, and played an active part in converting local inhabitants to Christianity. A fire destroyed much of the church in 1835, leaving only..

  • 3 A-Ma Temple Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RC - Macao

    According to legend, the goddess A-Ma saved a modest fisherman from drowning here by calming the raging seas. She then emerged from the waves, surrounded by light, and made her way to the top of a nearby hill. In memory of this event, the locals buil..

  • 4 Senado Square Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Largo do Senado RC - Macao

    Situated in the heart of Macau, Senado Square has an attractive atmosphere, with its outdoor terraces, delightful fountain and pastel-coloured colonial architecture. One of the most striking buildings on the square is the large white Leal Senado (178..

  • 5 Lou Lim Ieoc Garden Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Estrada de Adolfo Loureiro RC - Macao

    Lou Lim Ieoc Garden and the house which it surrounds were once the property of a wealthy Chinese family. The garden was laid out in the 19C following the design of the well-known Suzhou Gardens and is now popular with local inhabitants who come here ..

  • 6 Kun Iam Temple Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Avenida do Coronel Mesquita RC - Macao

    Founded around 1400, before the arrival of the Portuguese, Kun Iam Temple was rebuilt in some splendour in the 18C - the eye is immediately drawn to the roof, with its varnished statuettes. This temple, one of the most impressive in Macau, houses a s..

  • 7 Avenida da Praia Grande Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Avenida da Praia Grande RC - Macao

    Embellished by a lake, which was once part of the China Sea (its shores have been extended by polders), the southernmost point of Macau is lined with historic avenues. Despite being transformed by modernisation, these avenues have retained their attr..

  • 8 Fortaleza do Monte - Macao Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    112 Praceta do Museu de Macao RC - Macao

    Housed in the ruins of the Monte fortress, once owned by the Jesuits, the Macau Museum boasts three floors of exhibits dedicated to three different themes: the history of Macau from prehistory to its golden age, the 17C; the popular arts; and contemp..

  • 9 Rua da Felicidade Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rua da Felicidade RC - Macao

    One of Macau's emblematic streets, Rua da Felicidade was made famous in the West by the film Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, and was once lined with run down bars and brothels. The street has since been tidied up and restored. Its small, two-st..

  • 10 Casas Museu de Taipa Interesting

    Museums and art

    Avenida da Praia RC - Taipa

    There is so much construction work and land reclamation going on here that Taipa and Coloane, the two islands which make up Macau, will soon be islands in name only as their shores approach those of the mainland. On Taipa, five wooden colonial houses..

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