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Month: December 2016

Guide to All Macau Museums

Guide to All Macau Museums – There’s no better way to experience and to learn about Macau – its culture, its history, and its people, than to pay a visit to the Museums of Macau, and be amazed by the richness of Macau’s culture.

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Macau Restaurant Guide –

Macau Restaurants Guide – There is plenty of Macau restaurants and good food to be had in the city. Like any other Chinese, Macau
people do eat throughout the day. Some up to five times a day.

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Macau Cathedral and NAPE Area Attractions

THE Cathedral Parish NAPE attractions ranges from the Macau Ferry Terminal all the way down to the Wynn and MGM One Central Resorts Area. Located here are the major entertainment complexes of the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf, Sand Casino among others.
Major museums and cultural buildings include the Cultural Centre, Art Museum, Handover Museums, Wine Museum and Grandprix Museum.
The Avenida Sun Yat Sen is the main coastal road here. The Avenida de Amizade may be considered the true Macau Strip because some of the biggest Casinos are located here.

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Our Lady of Fatima Macau Top Attractions

Our Lady of Fatima Parish is composed of Ilha Verde (青洲, Green Island); Toi San (台山 Table Hill); Hipódromo (Hippodrome, 馬場 Horse Farm); Areia Preta (Black Sand, 黑沙環 Black-sand Ring); Mong Ha (望廈 View Amoy), the Treaty of Wanghia was signed here; Bairro Fai Chi Kei (筷子基 Chopsticks Base); Portas do Cerco (關閘 Border Gate); and Iao Hon (祐漢 Blessing the Han).

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St. Anthony Parish Attractions MACAU NORTHWEST DISTRICT

St. Anthony Parish (Port. Freguesia de Santo António) is a freguesia on the western portion of the Macau Peninsula. The district includes Sha Gong (沙崗); San Kio (新橋); and Patane (沙梨頭). It has the highest population density in Macau (98,776 persons per km²). The entire area is reclaimed from the sea. It is north of Cathedral Parish, south of Our Lady Fatima Parish, west of St. Lazarus Parish, and east of Inner Harbour.

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Top Macau Hotels Discounts and Booking

Many of the best Macau Hotels are located right in the city of Macau on the peninsula. Room rates in Macau Hotels are generally lower than those of Hong Kong. Usually there is a 10% hotel service charge and a 5% government tax.

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18 Gardens in Macau: Love these Green Attractions

Best of Macau Gardens includes the Casa Garden, Camoes Park, Comendador Ho Yin Garden features the Orient Arch, Dr. Carlos d’Assumpcao Park from Avenida de Amizade to the bronze Kun Iam statue, arden of the Arts with flower gardens, fountains and statuary, Flora Garden European-style at the base of Guia Hill, Garden of Montanha Russa is a quiet retreat in the north of Macau, Lou Lim Ieoc Garden is the most Chinese of all of Macau’s gardens, S. Francisco Garden is next to the pink and white S.Francisco barracks and Military Club, Sun Yat Sen Municipal Park, and more.

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A-Ma Cultural Village

The young A-Ma Cultural Village dates back to the Chung Yeung festival in 2001 shortly after the A-Ma Cultural and Tourism Festival of Macau; Following the style of the Qing Dynasty, the complex is composed of a village like atmospher, with a bell tower, drum tower, carved marble altar in the Tian-Hou Palace, a dressing hall, museum and shops.

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Top Macau Attractions: Visit, See and Experience

Here are the top Macau Attractions. With over 400 years of Portuguese settlement and 1000s of Chinese history, plus the modern development of Macau as an entertainment and meeting place, the innumerable attractions of this world city range from ancient heritage sites to modern buildings and shows. So many things to do in Macau.

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