Macau Attractions

​Macau Fisherman's Wharf


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Macau Fisherman's Wharf is centrally located in the outer harbour. It is a 111,500m² park and the first-ever cultural, themed and creative attraction in the tourism industry of Macau. It is not purely a theme park, but also combines dining, shopping, entertainment, accommodation, convention and exhibition facilities in one single locationBe it for business or pleasure, visitors are able to find a brand new experience in this entertainment complex.

Near Macau Maritime Terminal, Macao Fisherman's Wharf is Macau's first theme park as well as a shopping center modeled on Euramerican fisherman's wharfs. It has an area of over 111,500 square meters (about 28 acres), of which 40 percent is reclaimed from the sea. It was invested in by Ho Hung San (One of the top 10 billionaires in the Hong Kong-Macau region through running his gambling business) and Chow Kam Fai (a Macau entrepreneur in the tourism, entertainment and gambling industries). The total investment in the project is about MOP1.9 billion. The wharf was inaugurated on December 31st, 2005, in the presence of Ho Hau-wah, the chief executive of Macao, and Ho Hung San. On December 23rd, 2006, it was opened to the public formally. Now, it is rapidly emerging as a popular attraction.

With different characteristics, Macau Fisherman's Wharf can be divided into three main sections: Dynasty Wharf, East Meets West and Legend Wharf. Dynasty Wharf is composed of many Chinese towers, which are built in the imitation of the Tang-style. Macau East Meets West mixes together oriental traditions and features of western design, including a 40-metre (about 131 feet) tall man-made volcano, waterfalls, architectures of Greece, an ancient battleship, an Arabian children's play area, a Roman Amphitheatre, a characteristic shopping mall and exhibition facilities. Legend Wharf is equipped with all kinds of recreational facilities, such as a High-tech Games Center, Water Performance Arena and a Video Games Center.

With large amounts of money being invested in expertise and manpower, the Fisherman's Wharf will develop further to be a well-equipped place for public entertainment. It is worth noting that the wharf sits right beside the Sands Macau, which is another place to further your visit.

Sands Macau, which was named after a hotel (the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas), is the largest and the first U.S. owned casino in Macau. The project is invested by Sheldon Gary Adelson (the Las Vegas Sands Chairman). With an investment of $240 million, it opened its doors in 2004. With an area of 4,132,231 square meters (about 1,021 acres), it has 740 table games and more than 600 casino slot machines. Sands Macau is, without doubt, a magnificent casino center for visitor


Travel Tips

1. Macau Fisherman's Wharf opens 24 hours, with no admission fee.

2. Take bus no. 1A,3,3A,8,10,10A,10B,17,28A,28B,28BX,28C,32, get off at Macau Fisherman's Wharf. 

Taipa is famous for an array of traditional desserts and snacks, including wife cakes, meat pastries, chicken biscuits and fermented red bean curd biscuits. In the old town of Taipa, many cake shops have been run for several generations.

On Kwun Ya Kai (Rua do Cunha), you will be tempted by the smell of newly baked cakes and biscuits wafting out of the cake shops. Many local cake shops sell a variety of delicious desserts and cakes, which are much sought-after by tourists as souvenirs typical of Macao. Moreover, there are the famous Portuguese-style egg tarts, which are sold in most cafes and cake shops. There are also the popular pork chop buns, durian-flavour ice cream, Agar-Agar cakes, almond cakes and nougat sweets, all of which are both delicious and exotic.


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