Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Macau's Fisherman's Wharf

Macau's Fisherman's Wharf is a tourist spot, where each area has its own special theme. From ancient Roman times to the Chinese Tang Dynasty, this place is like a walk into the past.

They also have an amusement park here but when I got here, it was closed except for a small area located in the basement filled up with arcade games. Restaurants and shops are also scattered inside the Wharf.

Map of entire complex. Went to only a few spots as it was really really hot that day.

Found inside a jewellery store (where most items are 40% off - most does not include this excellent car)

Interesting that they even put what looks like the Potala Palace from Tibet here..

Portuguese colonial houses

Sands Hotel right at the back of it.

Roman Coliseum


You can see the ferry nearby. This is access point to Hong Kong.


From Venetian Hotel, you can just take the free shuttle bus to Sands Hotel. And just walk for 5 minutes. Nearby also is the Formula 1 Museum and Wine Museum. Entrance to Macau's Fisherman's Wharf is free.

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