Fire Services Museum


This two-room museum in a stately 1920s colonial building is worth a peek if you're with children or into fire engines. The highlights are two vintage fire engines – handsome and made in the UK – a flight of hoses and nozzles, and old fire hydrants once seen in Macau.

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1. Cemetery of St Michael the Archangel

0.16 MILES

This cemetery, northeast of Monte Fort, contains tombs and sepulchres from the 19th and 20th centuries that are fine examples of baroque ecclesiastical…

2. Chapel of St Michael

0.17 MILES

Set amid the baroque graves of the Cemetery of St Michael, this dainty chapel, built in 1875, has a green-and-white facade and baroque features in small…

3. Albergue SCM


Once known as the Old Ladies’ House, the poetic courtyard with two yellow colonial buildings was a shelter for Portuguese refugees from Shànghǎi in WWII…

4. Old Protestant Cemetery

0.22 MILES

As church law forbade the burial of non-Catholics on hallowed ground, this cemetery was established in 1821 as the last resting place of (mostly English…

5. Rotunda de Carlos da Maia

0.23 MILES

The lively Three Lamps district, known for its Burmese immigrant community, encompasses a series of streets packed with vendors and street food. It…

6. G32

0.23 MILES

This three-storey tenement building has been restored as a middle-class Macanese home from the 1960s and '70s, with wooden floorboards, floral wallpaper…

7. St Lazarus Church District

0.23 MILES

A lovely neighbourhood with colonial-style houses and cobbled streets makes for some of Macau's best photo ops. Designers and other creative types like to…

8. Museum of Sacred Art & Crypt

0.24 MILES

This small museum behind the Ruins of the Church of St Paul contains polychrome carved wooden statues, silver chalices, monstrances and oil paintings …