AFA (Art for All Society)
Macau’s best contemporary art can be seen at this nonprofit gallery, which has taken Macau's art worldwide and holds monthly solo...
Mong Há Multi-Sport Pavilion
Sports and leisure centre with a variety of sporting activities, including table tennis and badminton.
Lin Zexu Memorial Hall
Once Taoist but now dedicated to Kun Iam, the Lin Fung Temple (built in 1592) was where people from Guangdong province would stay when...
Live Music Association
The go-to place for indie music in Macau, this excellent dive inside an industrial building has hosted local and overseas acts,...
This shop sells bite-sized (MOP$11) and large (MOP$88) versions of serradura, a rich local dessert made with crushed biscuits, cream...
17 Travessa da Praia · interesting places nearby
O Porto information
Not to be confused with O Porto Interior on Rua do Almirante Sérgio, this modest place serves decent and affordable Macanese dishes, with a few luxuries: chequered tablecloths, football paraphernalia and warm service. It’s near the steps leading to Mong Há Hill.