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Discover the best way to explore the magnificent heritage of Chinese, Portuguese and Cantonese in Macao.
Located in the central area of Macao Peninsula, Senado Square has been Macao people's most popular venue for public events. The cobblestone square was a meeting place for the Chinese and Portuguese in the 16th to 18th centuries.
Established in 2009, MSC aims to promote science and education among locals and visitors. With a gross floor area of 20,000 square metres, Macao Science Center consists of the Exhibition Center, the Planetarium and the Convention Center.
A narrow pedestrian street in Taipa Village famous for the line of shops selling almond cakes, phoenix egg rolls, coconut flakes and peanut candy. You can also find various authentic Portuguese restaurants there.
Built in 1928, the baroque-style chapel is located in the quaint Coloane Village. The beautiful building with cream-and-white facade with oval windows and bell tower is something you must not miss taking pictures of.
The "Acropolis" of Macao and the most iconic facade in town. The original building was the biggest Catholic Church in East Asia. Typhoon in 1835 caused a fire in the church, now leaving only the facade and grand stone stairs.
Do you enjoy leisure time outdoor? In Macao you will never run out of options. The subtropical climate is perfect for hiking, cycling, swimming, golfing, canoeing, even windsurfing. There are plenty of high-quality indoor venues too!