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Top 10 Attractions in Macau

Macao Heritage Net

The Ruins of St. Paul’s refer to the façade of what was originally the Church of Mater Dei built in 1602-1640 and the ruins of St. Paul’s College, which stood adjacent to the Church, both destroyed by fire in 1835. As a whole, the old Church of Mater Dei, St. Paul’s College and Mount Fortress were all Jesuit constructions and formed what can be perceived as the Macao’s “acropolis”.

Going Solo in Macau Day 1: Senado Square, Ruins of St. Paul, A-Ma Temple, Fisherman's Wharf

While my first-time bungy jump was clearly the highlight of my Macau trip, another reason why this trip was extra special was because this is my first time to travel out of the country on my own. I think the reason I wasn't as nervous about the jump was because my mind was also occupied...

The World's Largest Casino - Venetian Macao

The 40-story, $2.4 billion Venetian Macao in China is the largest casino in the world. Owned by the Las Vegas Sands corporation, the Venetian Macao is the largest building in Asia and fifth-largest building in the world by area at 10.5 million square feet (980,000 square meters).

A-Ma Temple - Lonely Planet

A-Ma Temple was probably already standing when the Portuguese arrived, although the present structure may date from the 16th century. It was here that fisherfolk once came to replenish supplies and pray for fair weather. A-Ma, aka Tin Hau, is the goddess of the sea, from which the name Macau is derived.

Fisherman's Wharf Macau

I was lured to Fisherman's Wharf Macau by one of the most cleverly constructed theme park websites I've seen to date.

Macau Tower - The World Federation of Great Towers

Soaring 338m above ground, housing world-class conference facilities, entertainment, leisure, shopping facilities and an unmatched panoramic view of the Macau under one roof, Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre (Macau Tower) has been the city's main landmark since 2001.

Kun Iam Statue & Ecumenical Centre - Lonely Planet

This 20m-tall bronze figure, emerging Virgin Mary-like from a 7m-high lotus in the outer harbour, is probably the only statue in the world of...

The Cosplay Chronicles

Day 3 at Macau was another awesome day full of activities! In fact, it was a sardine packed day XD We started our day at the Macau Grand Prix Museum & Wine Museum and that made me glad I grabbed some breakfast before we came xD Not good to drink on an empty stomach eh XD?

Macao Heritage Net

Originally built by the Jesuits before 1560, this is one of the oldest churches of Macao. The present-day building was the result of the works carried out in 1846. Situated on the southern coastline of Macao overlooking the sea, families of Portuguese sailors used to gather on the front steps of the church to pray and wait for their return, hence it was given the name: Feng Shun Tang (Hall of the Soothing Winds).

GREY2K USA: Greyhound Racing in Macau

Number of Tracks: 1 Summary: The Yat Yuen Canidrome is the only operational greyhound track in Macau. 1 The Canidrome opened in 1931 but closed seven years later due to a declining interest in greyhound racing. 2 In 1963, the site was reopened. Races are currently held nightly from 7:30 PM to midnight.