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Ruins of St. Paul's

Ruins of St. Paul's

4.5/56,793 Reviews
Historical Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site  
9:00–18:00 (Local time)
The Ruins of St. Paul's is one of the signature landmarks of Macau. It used to be the front wall of St. Paul's Church before it was burned down. Visiting the Ruins of St. Paul's, you should closely observe the exquisite reliefs on the walls in addition to appreciating the breathtaking front facade. Underneath the Ruins of St. Paul, there is a Catholic Art Museum and a burial chamber. The museum houses precious Catholic paintings and sculptures, all carefully selected from various churches in Macau.
Macau Tower

Macau Tower

4.7/55,970 Reviews
Observation Deck
Monday-Friday 10:00-21:00, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 9:00-21:00 (Local time)
The Macau Tower is one of the landmark buildings in Macau. When you travel back and forth between the Macau peninsula and the islands of Taipa and Coloane, you will see its lone silhouette. Entering the tower, you can take a bullet lift to the sightseeing level, where you can enjoy the scenery within 55 kilometers. The Macau Peninsula, Taipa Island, Coloane Island, and the Pearl River Delta make up a panoramic view.
The Venetian Macao

The Venetian Macao

4.7/55,611 Reviews
Resort
Gondola boat: 11:00-22:00. Ticket collection time: The latest ticket exchange time is before 20:45. (Local time)
The Venetian Macao is a luxury hotel and casino resort in Macau owned by the American Las Vegas Sands Company. It is a fully integrated resort that contains hotels, exhibitions, shopping outlets, sports, variety shows and leisure facilities. If you are a shopaholic, you must not miss the Grand Canal Shoppes located inside the resort. You can also take a gondola ride between the arch bridges and imagine that you were above the streets of old Venice.
The House of Dancing Water

The House of Dancing Water

4.8/53,257 Reviews
Performances
17:00, 20:00 each, about 85 minutes each time. (Local time)
The City of Dreams "Water Dance Room" performance is a large-scale water show. The planning took 5 years and its expenditure was more than 2 billion RMB. The world-renowned inspirational creative master Franco Drago tailored this performance for City of Dreams. The "Water Dance Room" performance of City of Dreams is a high-level stunt show adapted from local legends. The performance is impressive and people will never forget it.
Mount Fortress

Mount Fortress

4.5/51,373 Reviews
Observation Deck
Historical Architecture
Monday-Sunday 7:00-19:00 (Local time)
Rua da Cunha

Rua da Cunha

4.4/52,347 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day, the store opening hours are different. (Local time)
Guanye Street, or Rua da Cunha, is a famous street in Macau. This Taipa Village area is filled with restaurants, dessert shops and calligraphy shops, making it one of Macau’s most famous attractions. The tiny street is only about 115 meters long, but is home to old-fashioned cake shops like Koi Kei Bakery, Choi Heong Yuen Bakery and Huangji Cake Shop, where tourists can buy specialty almond cookies, poinciana cookies, chicken cakes and more delicious snacks. Aside from bakeries, there are also a wide variety of restaurants available on Rua da Cunha. The crab porridge at Chengchang Hotel and the ice cream at Mo Yi Ji are particularly worth trying. The street is also frequented by celebrities from Hong Kong and Macau.
St. Dominic's Church

St. Dominic's Church

4.5/5590 Reviews
Church
10:00-18:00 (Local time)
Near the ruins of St Paul’s you will be able to find The Santa Maria Del Fiore church. The church is called The Lady of the Rosary as well as Santa Maria Del Rosario. Dating all the way back to 1929 the Catholic diocese of Macau has allowed the shrine of Our Lady of Fatima to be worshiped in the Hall of the Rosary by its many disciples. Every year during the afternoon of May 13th, they hold a grand iconostasis. It is one of the places in Macau that you must visit when there. There you will encounter many different festival activities that you will enjoy as you take them in.
Studio City Macau

Studio City Macau

4.7/51,945 Reviews
Casino
Reminder: Routine maintenance will be performed on the following days and the resort will be temporarily closed. We apologize for any inconvience caused. The Star Ferris wheel May 14th - May 19th, Batman May 8th -May 12th, and the magical performance May 22nd- May 26th. The Star Ferris Wheel: 12:00-20:00 (weekdays); 11:00-21:00 (weekends and holidays). Batman: 12:00-20:00 (weekdays); 11:00-21:00 (weekends and holidays). (Local time)
Studio City Macau, located on Cotai Strip, neighbors Hengqin Island's Lotus Port. It is a TV and movie-themed resort, shopping and vacation destination. Travelers can enjoy a variety of forms of entertainment. Meet famous DC/Warner Bros. characters, go shopping, or just chow down! You can also go to the roof, ride the "Shadow Star Ferris Wheel," and enjoy the city of Macau.
A-Ma Temple

A-Ma Temple

4.4/5653 Reviews
Matsu Temple
7:00-18:00 (Local time)
A-Ma Temple, also called Ma Kok Miu, is one of Macau’s most famous, and oldest, monuments, having been built in 1488. It was constructed on the cliff of a mountain, located in the southeastern part of the Macau Peninsula. The entrance to the temple is guarded by a pair of exquisitely carved realistic stone lions. The temple is an ancient building with classic Chinese cultural characteristics, a towering construct of ancient wood. The thick scent of incense wafts out of A-Ma Temple from the many burning cones, and can be found burning all year round. The temple is a popular destination to visit during Spring Festival and Mazu Bao’s birthday.
Macau Fisherman's Wharf

Macau Fisherman's Wharf

4.4/5576 Reviews
Pier
Open all day. (Local time)
The Macau Fisherman’s Wharf is located on the coast of the new reclamation area of the Outer Harbor. The complex contains hotels and over 70 stores and restaurants modeled after famous worldwide sea ports like Amsterdam and Cape Town. The concept of a “fisherman’s wharf” originated in Europe and the United States, and the markets form a unique part of Western seaside culture. The wharf is divided into three thematic sections, namely Tangcheng, East-West Convergence and Lijun Wharf. The imposing “Tangcheng” is a Chinese-style tower built in Tang Dynasty style, while East-West Convergence is a combination of Eastern and Western features and Lijun Wharf features a coastal design with a variety of recreational facilities. This is a great location for visitors to take photos and admire the ocean view.