A-Ma Temple was probably already standing when the Portuguese arrived, although the present structure may date from the 16th century. It...
These former barracks (c 1874) were designed by an Italian in a neoclassical style inspired by Moorish architecture, to accommodate...
Santa Sancha Palace
Avenida da República along the northwest shore of Sai Van Lake is the oldest Portuguese section of Macau. Here are several grand...
‘The Sailboat’ is listed in every guidebook. One reason for its popularity is that it’s within walking distance of the A-Ma Temple. If...
1 Largo do Pagode da Barra · interesting places nearby
Maritime Museum information
The highlights here are the interactive displays detailing the maritime histories of Portugal and China, the artefacts from Macau’s seafaring past, and the mock-ups of boats – including the long, narrow dragon boats used during the Dragon Boat Festival – and a Hakka fishing village.