Fisherman's Wharf is Macau's first thematic cultural, creative, entertainment and tourism complex. It is located on the coast of the new reclamation area of Outer Port. It integrates food, shopping, entertainment and theme parks, accommodation and Exhibition facilities. The concept of "Fisherman's Wharf" originated from Europe and America. It is a European nostalgic leisure mode and a unique port culture. Fisherman's Wharf is divided into three thematic areas - "Tangcheng District, East-West Convergence Area, Lijun Wharf, which are the advantages of concave photography and seascape. The magnificent "Tangcheng" is a Chinese style city building modeled on the architectural style of the Tang Dynasty. It combines traditional oriental concepts with western architectural features, including 40-metre-high man-made volcanoes, waterfalls, Greek buildings, beast fighting grounds, Biseta, ancient warships, Arabic children's playgrounds, shopping malls and Exhibition facilities. With the theme of coastal design, Lijun Wharf is composed of European and Latin buildings with various recreational facilities, including a modern aquatic arena and a video game center.
It's worth a visit! Fisherman's Wharf is a free bus to the Fisherman's Wharf at the gate of Macao, which is very convenient. Fisherman's Wharf is an area along the coastline of the Macao Peninsula, overlooking the Tai Tsai Bridge and having a very good view. Besides many European-style buildings, there is also a Roman-style Colosseum reserved. It is also a tourist center for Fisherman's Wharf and has staff value. It's good to keep watch and provide interrogation service.
Macau must go to the Fisherman's Wharf. Transportation: Hong Kong and Macao quay walk 4 kilometers out of the coast, see the ancient Roman Colosseum arrived. Or a free bus through Gongbei Customs to the Babylonian Hotel. It is suggested to visit in the afternoon, watch the seafood in the seaside restaurant for dinner (suggested to go to kitchen Thai restaurant per capita 150), go to disco (DD3 per capita 350) in the evening if you are interested, and top-grade brand clothing stores are all on this sightseeing street. This is a leisurely imitation of the European seaside street. The architecture is very characteristic and belongs to the style of southern Europe. Remember to walk to the beach and see the sunset: Hong Kong and Macao piers shuttle passenger ships... To invite the sea breeze and the fisherman to show Macau.
There are many hotels here at Fisherman's Wharf. It's recommended to stay in Macao. In the midst of the bustle, the scenery is beautiful. There is a free bus to the sea view of Venice Merchant Shopping Center, which is only 15 minutes away. Very convenient. Across Sun Yat-sen Road, there are Qing Hui Exhibition Hall, Macao Art Center, Guanyin Lotus Block and Song Yusheng Park, which can experience the life of local residents.
Fisherman's Wharf is located on the coast of the new reclamation area of Outer Harbor, near the Hong Kong and Macao Wharf, facing the sea and the Friendship Bridge of post-modern design concepts to the east. Set food, shopping, entertainment and theme parks, accommodation, and exhibition facilities in one. Fisherman's Wharf is a man-made scenic spot, imitating the construction of the Roman Colosseum, which originates from the European nostalgic leisure concept and has the feeling of pretending to be a holiday in Rome. Spacious roadside is situated in a variety of European-style buildings, multi-tone shops or magnificent villas, each walk would like to stop and take pictures with different buildings. At the end of the street, a marble building gate runs through the road to imitate Roman monuments. The vast, simple and beautiful European Square transits two different styles of connection. The inheritance of this scene enables the two architectural cultures to communicate without any violation or feeling. Imitating Roman monuments, every location and corner is a shooting point without dead corners. The whole scene can completely use its own feelings to find its own love and beauty background. The site is large, the scenery is large, the crowd is small, has become the charm of fishermen's wharf, come here not to experience the beauty and photographic effect of foreign countries, the happiest thing here is to take photos without considering the angle of nobody, although to find your most beautiful angle. Address coordinates: Coastal traffic route of new reclamation area in Macao Outer Port: Pass directly to Fisherman's Wharf bus, get off the bus for opening time: All-day play time: 3-4 hours warm reminder: when summer comes, your babies should be well protected from sunshine, noon sun line is particularly strong, and part of the fisherman's Wharf building is now under construction, can not go in to take photos.~
Originally, I wanted to go back to the hotel directly from Fisherman's Wharf. I just sat in the car in the opposite direction in a confused way, but I was in the wrong direction. I watched the prosperous area of Macao passively along the way. Probably because there are so many people going to busy areas, buses are very crowded (Fig. 1). Shortly after the train left the station, a statue of Guanyin standing on the seaside was seen (Fig. 2). Then you can see tall buildings. What is the China Earth Building built by China Railway? The huge building you can see far from Dasanba is called Lisbon Building. We weren't interested in shopping, "entertainment" and didn't get off to look at flowers. Relying on the car, he went back to Gongbei Customs and returned to Zhuhai with the heavy traffic.
It was already evening when we went to Macau Fisherman's Wharf. There were many ancient buildings here. Maybe it was the reason for the evening. There were fewer people there that night. There was also an ancient Roman theatre there. Unfortunately, there was no performance when we went to Macau Fisherman's Wharf.
It's a beautiful Portuguese style building complex. Maybe it's a bar street in the evening. It's also good to go shopping in the daytime. There aren't many people. Take photos, find a seat at the dock for a cold drink, stop and walk to see the Bay and the bridge connecting the two islands.
Macau's Fisherman's Wharf is built to simulate the characteristics of European towns. The scenery is very good, and there are not many tourists. It's suitable for taking pictures slowly and having a look at the blue sky and the sea casually ________ It feels good.