Seac Pai Van Park


At the end of Cotai, this 20-hectare park, built in the wooded hills on the western side of the island, has somewhat unkempt gardens, the Macau Giant Panda Pavilion, a lake with swans and other waterfowl, and a walk-through aviary. The park's opening hours are different from the panda pavilion's.

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1. Macau Giant Panda Pavilion

0.05 MILES

Coloane offers a convenient and inexpensive opportunity to see pandas. The pair of cuddly ones are kept inside a purpose-built pavilion inside Seac Pai…

2. A-Ma Cultural Village

0.42 MILES

Atop Alto de Coloane (170m), this 20m-high white jade statue of the goddess who gave Macau its name was erected in 1998. It's the best part of a touristy …

3. Coloane Village

0.65 MILES

Coloane's 'urban centre' is an old fishing village on its southwestern coast. It is marked by Tam Kung Temple to the south and Lai Chi Vun Village to the…

4. Chapel of St Francis Xavier


This chapel built in 1928 contains paintings of the infant Christ with a Chinese Madonna, a Korean missionary in period garments, and other reminders of…

5. Coloane Library

0.83 MILES

This buttercup-yellow mini Grecian temple, built in 1917, still functions as a public library.

6. Kwun Iam Temple

0.85 MILES

This small, incense-fragrant temple is dedicated to the goddess of mercy.

7. Hác Sá Beach

0.92 MILES

Hác Sá (Black Sand) is Macau's most popular beach. The sand is indeed a blackish colour and makes the water look somewhat dirty, but it’s natural…

8. Cheoc Van Beach

0.94 MILES

About 1.5km down Estrada de Cheoc Van, which runs east and then southeast from Coloane Village, is the beach at Cheoc Van (Bamboo Bay). It's smaller but…