Natural wonders in Macau

Here's a list of Natural wonders in Macau recommended by our experts:

The unique destination of Macau is dotted with tranquil and relaxing parks, gardens and natural attractions such as beautiful beaches. At night, the lights and colours of its busy casinos (Macau is a gambling hub!) and hotels resemble a psychedelic cityscape, and they say it induces an unexpected adrenaline rush. But what is often overlooked, amidst Macau’s excitant chaos, are its parks and gardens. Visitors can stroll in parks throughout the length and breadth of Macao and the islands, confident that the green lungs are constantly nourished and cared for. The city is shaded with many of these pockets of peace and nooks and crannies for that peace and quiet. Macao is a green community with tree-lined roads and flower gardens everywhere. There are also educational country parks, and some even house a zoo or cable cars from the hill! While visiting Macau, it is recommended that you take the opportunity to visit Sun Yat-Sen Park, located in the north of the Macau Peninsula. It is one of forty-three Sun Yat-Sen Parks in the world, and the largest park on the Macau Peninsula. Sun Yat-Sen Park is divided into two main sections which have distinct styles – a classical Chinese garden with artificial lakes, an arched bridge, pavilions and towers. In contrast, the southwestern section is European in style with athletic facilities and greenhouses gardens. Within the park there is also an open-air theatre, a swimming pool, pelota courts and grassed areas. You could also choose to escape the city and crowds altogether to experience Macau’s beaches during the summer. Anticipate plenty of fresh salty air, relaxation and family-friendly beach activities and fun. Macau’s two main beaches are set on beautiful stretches of coastline on the southern side of Coloane Island. Here is a roundup of the best parks and natural wonders in Macau:

Ruins Of St. Paul's Cathedral

Monument in Macau

Ruins of St. Pau'€™s refers to the ruins of a 16th century complex in Macau including of what was originally St. Paul'€™s College and the Cathedral of St. Paul ...

A-ma Temple

Temple in Macau

A-Ma Temple, which is situated on the southwest tip of the Macau Peninsula, is one of the oldest and most famous Taoist temples in Macau (Macao). Built in 1488...

Monte Forte

Monument in Macau

Monte Fort (Fortaleza do Monte), Monte Hill (located east or St Paul's ruins) - Built between 1617 and 1626 by the Jesuits, the fortress one of the main defence...

Kun Iam Statue

Place to Visit in Macau

Kun Iam Statue, Avenida Doutor Sun Yat Sen - Twenty metre high bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy emerging from a lotus floating in the Outer Harbour. The ...

Lotus Square

Place to Visit in Macau

The Lotus Square or Golden Lotus Square is an open square across from Grand Prix Museum in Macau Special Administrative Region of the People's ...

Hac Sa Beach

Beach in Macau

As its Chinese name implied, Hac Sa Beach is famous for its black sand. However, to prevent the beach from disappearing due to erosion, the government "refilled...

Lou Lim Ioc

Garden/Botanical Garden in Macau

Lou Lim Ioc (Jardim de Lou Lim Ioc), 10 Estrada de Adolfo de Loureiro - Beautiful garden sanctuary on the peninsula of Macau. It was part of an old Chinese ...

Seac Pai Van Park

Place to Visit in Macau

Seac Pai Van Park - This 20 hectare park along Estrada Seac Pai Van just south of the Taipa-Coloane Isthmus Causeway, has a medicinal garden as well as other ...

St. Dominic's Church 聖母玫瑰堂

Church in Macau
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The Church was construction of the church was finished in 1587 and was overseen by three Spanish Dominican priests. Due to renovations and reconstruction, the ...