Grand Lapa Macau
956-1110 Avenida da Amizade, Macau, Chinahttp://www.grandlapa.comGeneral:+853 2856 7888/Reservations:+853 8793 3261
St Lawrence's Parishhttp://www.macauheritage.net/en/HeritageInfo/HeritageContent.aspx?t=M&hid=262836 6866A-Ma Temple already existed before the city of Macao came into being. The name “Macao” is believed to derive from the Chinese “A-Ma-Gau” meaning “Bay of A-Ma”, on which A-Ma Temple is located. A-Ma Temple is situated halfway up the western slope of Barra Hill. It consists of the Gate Pavilion, the Memorial Arch, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence, the Hall of Guanyin, and Zhengjiao Chanlin (a Buddhist pavilion) ,each forming a small part of the well-ordered complex which sits in perfect harmony with the natural environment. The variety of pavilions dedicated to the worship of different deities in a single complex make A-Ma Temple an exemplary representation of Chinese culture inspired by Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and multiple folk beliefs.
Guia Fort & Lighthouse
Estrada do Engenheiro Trigo, Macau Guia Fortresshttp://www.macau.com/en/Guia-Fortress-(including-Guia-Chapel-and-Lighthouse)-2-14-55.html2859 5481The fortress was built between 1622 and 1638. Inside the fortress stands Guia Chapel, originally established by Clarist nuns, who resided at the site before establishing the Convent of St. Clare. The chapel's elaborate frescoes depict representations of both western and Chinese themes, displaying motifs of religious and mythological inspiration that are a perfect example of Macau's multicultural dimension. Guia Lighthouse, dating from 1865, which also stands within the perimeter, is the first modern lighthouse on the Chinese coast. Guia Fortress, along with the chapel and lighthouse are symbols of Macau's maritime, military and missionary past.
Macau Fisherman's Wharf
3013 Nanwan South Roadhttp://www.fishermanswharf.com.mo/eng0756 882 2888Located near the Hong Kong - Macau Ferry Pier, the Macau Fisherman's Wharf is Macau's first theme park. The complex hosts buildings constructed in the style of various seaports across the world including Cape Town, Amsterdam, and Venice, and includes over 150 stores and restaurants, six rides, a 72 room hotel, and a casino.
Macauhttp://www.macautower.com.mo/en/home/index.html8988 8895For views of the Pearl River Delta by day or the city lights by night, nothing surpasses the Macau Tower. Having ascended to the Tower's upper limits in high-speed glass-fronted lifts, an unforgettable vista awaits you, while a delicious buffet caters for all tastes at the 360°Cafe.
St. Lawrence's Church
風順堂街http://www.macau.com/en/St.-Lawrence's-Church-2-14-214.html2857 3760Built by the Jesuits in the mid-16th century, this is one of the three oldest churches in Macau. Its present appearance and scale was acquired in 1846. Situated on the southern coastline of Macau overlooking the sea, families of Portuguese sailors used to gather on the front steps of the church to pray and wait for their return, hence it was given the name: Feng Shun Tang (Hall of the Soothing Winds). The neighborhood where the church is located used to be fairly wealthy, thus explaining the building's scale and wealth of architectural treatment. It is a neo-classical structure, with subtle Baroque decorative inspirations.
議事亭前地http://www.macau.com/en/Senado-Square-2-14-64.htmlSenado Square has been Macau's urban centre for centuries, and is still the most popular venue for public events and celebrations today. Located close to the former Senate building, Sam Kai Vui Kun ( Kuan Tai Temple ) is also a reminder of the active participation of the local Chinese community in general civic affairs, providing a clear example of the multicultural dimension of the Macao community. The square is surrounded by pastel coloured neo-classical buildings, creating a consistent and harmonious Mediterranean atmosphere.
Grand Prix Museum
431 高美士街http://www.macau.com/en/Grand-Prix-Museum-2-22-152.html8798 4108Opened 1993 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Macau Grand Prix, which features a number of automobile and motorbike races and takes place every year in November. It started in 1954 due to the enthusiasm of a group of Macau residents and the support of the authorities. Today it is an international sports event that attracts thousands of tourists and racing enthusiasts to Macau, to watch the classic "Guia Race" and the "Formula 3 Grand Prix".
Rua Luis Gonzaga Gomes 431, basement (Tourism Activities Centre-CAT)http://www.macau.com/en/Wine-Museum-2-22-151.html8798 4188This 1400 square-metre space is divided into a number of areas (Historical information/Wine Cellar/Museum and Exhibitions), using maps, texts, photos, tiles and videos, among other things to relate the history of wine. The aim of each section is not only to provide information regarding wine and grapevines, but also to recreate the atmosphere of the production of wine, showing the visitor the modern and traditional tools connected to wine production.
Restaurants & Cafe
261 河邊新街http://www.restaurante-litoral.com2896 7878Macanese food used to belong only in the home where the ladies cooked from recipes handed down through countless generations. Then, a few years ago, a revolution took place. It was the ladies. Several of them staged a walk-out, abandoning their home kitchen and taking with them their spices, seasonings and cherished family recipes. They started opening restaurants and bringing authentic Macanese family cuisine into the limelight for all to enjoy. One of the leaders of this revolution was Manuela Ferreira – an accomplished cook and hostess, well used to entertaining friends in her own home. Manuela opened Restaurante Litoral, now acclaimed as one of the finest Macanese restaurants in the city and has devoted much of her time to promoting this very special cuisine. Now, in the beautifully decorated atmosphere of her restaurant you can enjoy the tastes that are part of the cultural heritage of Macao.
One Central Macau
Avenida de Sagreshttp://www.onecentral.com.mo/en/home/index.asp(853) 2822-9838One Central Macau is the one and only flagship shopping destination in the heart of the city. The prestigious 200,000 square feet complex features a sterling lineup of the world's leading luxury brands, engaging shoppers with one of their largest flagship stores in Asia, their first outlet in Macau, or their primary establishment in the enclave. Frontage of the 3-storied iconic building is stylishly lined with dazzling facades of duplex and multiplex stores from top fashion labels, while the well conceived architectural design offers open view of the serene lake scenes. One Central Macau is a redefining landmark of what Macau has to offer for discerning shoppers.
Louis Vuitton Macao Grand Lapa
1110 Avenida da Amizadehttp://www.louisvuitton.com/front/#/dispatch2822 8800A dream. An icon. The essence of elegance. A Louis Vuitton piece is not just a product; it is the embodiment of incomparable savoir-faire and refined quality. Each travel item showcases the brand’s signature style and bears witness to the French lifestyle. Explore our collections and get inspired.
Shuttle Bus Schedule
Shuttle Bus Schedule
Hotel Shuttle Bus departs 2 times per hour during 11:00am and 6.45pmhttp://cdn1.buuteeq.com/upload/18241/macau-ferry-terminal-map-2015-1.pdfPlease click on the link below for more information