Macau
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Macau Bus-Routes Guide

Easily travel to Macau's main attractions and places of interest

 

 

Index:

 

 

1) How to get to hotel Lisboa, Wynn Macau and the Fountain Show

The large roundabout between the Lisboa and the Wynn is a well known landmark in Macau... The internationally known Wynn Fountain-Show and the legendary casino at the Lisboa are two of the "must sees" around here...

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : Nos. 5, 7, 10, 10A, 11, 21A

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): From Senado Square, turn left to Avenida Almeida Ribeiro and walk along it for 10 minutes or so, until you reach the Lisboa and the Wynn.

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : .Nos. 3, 3A, 10, 10A, 10B, 10X, 23, 28A and 32

 

From Kun Iam Statue, the "Docas" (Macau's LKF) an the new museums : It is just a 10 minutes walk.

 

From Macau Tower : Nos. 9A, 23 and 32.

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: Nos. 2, 2A, 4, 9, 9A, 12, 17, 18, 18A, 19, 22, 23 and 25.

 

From Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church : No. 17

 

From Kun Iam Temple (on Coronel Mesquita Street) :  Nos. 12, 17, 19, 22 and 23.

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : Nos. 7A and 25X

 

From the "Red Market" : Nos. 3, 3X, 4, 5, 9, 9A, 26A, 32 and 33

 

From Iao Hon Market : Nos. 3, 3A, 7, 10B, 12, 18 and 19

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): Nos. 11, 22, 25, 25X, 26A, 28A, 33, MT1 and MT2

 

From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha and Museum of Taipa and Coloane History : Nos. 11, 22, 28A and 33

 

From Pou Tai Un Temple (Station is on the corner of Lou Lim Ieok and Esparteiro): Nos. 11, 21-A, 22, 25 and 25-X

 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : Nos. 11, 22, 26A, 28A and 33

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : 21A, 25, 25X, 26A, MT1 and MT2.

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : Nos. 21A, 25 and 26A

 

From "Coloane Village" : Nos. 21A, 25 and 26A

 

From Hac Sa Beach (Fernando's restaurant) and Cheoc Van Beach : Nos. 21A, 25 and 26A

 

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2) How to get to Senado Square and Macau Town Centre

Avenida Almeida Ribeiro and Senado Square (Largo Senado) are marking the "heart" of Macau.

 

If coming from the Lisboa, or Wynn Macau, you can easily walk to the square along Avenida Infante D. Henrique (which becomes Almeida Ribeiro). You will see Senado Square on your right after 10 minutes.

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : Nos. 2, 5, 7, 10, 10A, 11, 18 and 21A

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Just a short walk along Avenida Infante D. Henrique / Avenida Almeida Ribeiro.

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : Nos. 3, 3A 10 and 10A

 

From Kun Iam Statue, the "Docas" (Macau's LKF) an the new museums : Nos. 3A and 10A

 

From Macau Tower : Nos. 9A, 23 and 32 to the Lisboa / Wynn Macau and from there proced by foot.

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: Nos. 2, 4, 18a and 19

 

From Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church : By foot (via Ruins of St. Paul's).

 

From Kun Iam Temple (on Coronel Mesquita Street) : No. 7 (From TDM) and 19 (Outside the temple).

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : No. 5

 

From the "Red Market" : Nos. 3, 3X, 4, 5, 26A and 33

 

From Iao Hon Market : Nos. 2, 3A, 7 and 19

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): Nos. 11, 26A and 33

 

From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha and Museum of Taipa and Coloane History : Nos. 11 and 33

 

From Pou Tai Un Temple (Station is on the corner of Lou Lim Ieok and Esparteiro: Nos. 11 and 21A

 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : No. 11, 26A and 33

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : Nos. 21A and 26A

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : Nos. 21A and 26A

 

From "Coloane Village" : Nos. 21A and 26A

 

From Hac Sa Beach (Fernando's restaurant) and Cheoc Van Beach : No. 21A and 26A

 

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3) How to get to A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum

Barra Bus Terminal is just outside A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum and within a short walk to many other attractions, like A-Lorcha Restaurant, Restaurante Litoral, Pousada de Sao Tiago, Lilau Square (Largo do Lilau), The Moorish Barracks and the Mandarin's House.

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 2, 5, 7, 10, 10A, 11 and 21A

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 2, 2A, 5, 7, 9, 10, 10A, 11, 18 and 21A

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : 3, 10 and 10A

 

From Kun Iam Statue, the "Docas" (Macau's LKF) an the new museums : 10A

 

From Macau Tower : Nos. 18 and 21

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: Nos. 2, 6, 9 and 18

 

From Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church :

 

From Kun Iam Temple (on Coronel Mesquita Street) : No. 7 (From TDM)

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : Nos. 5 and 6

 

From the "Red Market" : Nos. 1, 5, 9 and 26

 

From Iao Hon Market : Nos. 2, 7 and 18

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): Nos. 11, 21 and 26

 

From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha  and Museum of Taipa and Coloane History : No. 11

 

From Pou Tai Un Temple (Station is on the corner of Lou Lim Ieok and Esparteiro: Nos. 11 and 21A

 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : No. 11

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : Nos. 21, 21A and 26

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : Nos. 21, 21A and 26

 

From "Coloane Village" : Nos. 21, 21A and 26

 

From Hac Sa Beach (Fernando's restaurant) and Cheoc Van Beach : No. 21A

 

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4) How to get to Fisherman's Wharf, Sands Macau and Macau Grand Prix Museum

You can also visit attractions like Macau Wine Museum and Golden Lotus Square, when you are here.

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : No. 10 and 10A

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 3, 3A, 10 and 10A

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 3, 3A, 10, 10A 10B, 12, 17 and 32

 

From Kun Iam Statue, the "Docas" (Macau's LKF) an the new museums : It is just a 10 minutes walk.

 

From Macau Tower : Nos. 23 and 32.

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: Nos. 12, 17 and 23.

 

From Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church : No. 17

 

From Kun Iam Temple (on Coronel Mesquita Street) :  Nos. 17 and 23.

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : Nos. 12 and 32

 

From the "Red Market" : Nos. 3, 5, 8 and 32

 

From Iao Hon Market : Nos. 3A, 10B, 12 and 23

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): No. 28A

 

From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha and Museum of Taipa and Coloane History : No. 28A

 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : No. 28A

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : The Venetian operates a free shuttle service to Sands Macau. It leaves every 5 - 15 minutes, from 10am to midnight.

 

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5) How to get to Guia Hill, the cable-car and Dr Sun Yat-Sen House

 

The entrance to Guia Hill Park a(Lower cable car station) is also within a short walking distance to a few other places-of-interest, like Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House, Tap Seac Gallery and Lou Lim Leoc Garden

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : Nos. 2, 2A, 5, 9 and 18

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 2, 2A, 5, 18 and 19

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): 2A, 9, 12, 19, 32

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : 12 and 32

 

From Kun Iam Statue, the "Docas" (Macau's LKF) an the new museums : No. 12

 

From Macau Tower : No. 32.

 

From Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church : Nos. 17, 18 and 19

 

From Kun Iam Temple (on Coronel Mesquita Street) :  Nos. 12, 17, 19, 22 and 23 (You can also walk, it is just a few minutes away).

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : Just walk...

 

From the "Red Market" : Nos. 4 and 9

 

From Iao Hon Market : Nos. 2, 12, 18, 19 and 22

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): Nos. 22, 25 and 25X

 

From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha and Museum of Taipa and Coloane History : No. 22

 

From Pou Tai Un Temple (Station is on the corner of Lou Lim Ieok and Esparteiro): Nos. 22, 25 and 25X

 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : No. 22

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : Nos. 25 and 25X

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : No. 25

 

From "Coloane Village" : No. 25

 

From Hac Sa Beach (Fernando's restaurant) and Cheoc Van Beach : No. 25

 

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6) How to get to Kun Iam Statue, the dining and nightlife percinct of "Docas" (Macau LKF) and the new museums

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : No. 10A

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 3A and 10A

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): It's a pleasant 10 minutes stroll

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : It's just a short walk away (Use the gate near Babylon Casino to walk out of Fisherman's Wharf, cross the road and you are at the Handover Gifts Museum of Macau (From here, it is just a five minutes walk to Kun Iam Statue and "Docas").

 

From Macau Tower : Nos. 9A, 23 and 32 to the Lisboa / Wynn Macau and from there proceed by foot.

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: Nos. 12 and 17.

 

From Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church : No. 17

 

From Kun Iam Temple (on Coronel Mesquita Street) :  Nos. 12 and 17.

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : No. 8

 

From the "Red Market" : No. 8

 

From Iao Hon Market : Nos. 3A and 12

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : There is a free shuttle from the Venetian to Sands Macau (from where you can simply walk). It leaves every 5 - 15 minutes, from 10am to midnight.

 

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7) How to get to the Canidrome

Macau Canidrome (traditional Chinese: 逸園賽狗場) is Asia's only greyhound racing stadium.

 

You can read more about it (including details about the races) here.

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : No. 1 and 7

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 3, 4, 7, and 8A

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 3, 4, 7A, 8 and 17

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : Nos. 8 and 17

 

From Kun Iam Statue, the "Docas" (Macau's LKF) an the new museums : Nos. 8 and 17

 

From Macau Tower : Change buses at the Lisboa / Wynn Macau.

 

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8) How to get to "Three Lamps" and Avenida Horta e Costa

The "Three Lamps" and Avenida Horta e Costa are among Macau's most popular shopping districts. From here, you can also easily access other places of interest, like Rotunda de Carlos da Maia, The Red Market, Ox Warehouse Gallery, Lin Zexu Memorial Museum and Lin Fung Temple.

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : No. 1, 5, 6, 9, 18 and 26

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 3, 3X, 4, 5,  18, 18A and 19

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 3, 3X, 4, 9A, 18a, 23, 25X, 32, 33 and 7A

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : No. 3, 12, 17 and 32

 

From Kun Iam Statue, the "Docas" (Macau's LKF) an the new museums : No. 12 and 17

 

From Macau Tower : Nos. 9A, 23 and 32

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: Nos. 4, 5, 9 and 32 (You can easily walk from the park entrance to Avenida Horta e Costa).

 

From Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church : Nos. 17, 18, 18A and 26

 

From Kun Iam Temple (on Coronel Mesquita Street) :  "Three Lamps" is just a short walk from the temple.

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): No. 25X, 26 and 33

 

From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha and Museum of Taipa and Coloane History : No. 33

 

From Pou Tai Un Temple (Station is on the corner of Lou Lim Ieok and Esparteiro): No. 25X

 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : No. 33

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : Nos. 25X and 26

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : No. 26

 

From "Coloane Village" : No. 26

 

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9) How to get to Kun Iam Temple

Dedicated to Kun Iam, the Chinese goddess of mercy, Kun Iam temple is a beautiful Buddhist temple on Avenida do Coronel Mesquita, just a few minutes walk from Lou Lim Leoc Garden and Guia Hill's Park (where the lower cable car is). It was originally built on the 13th century and is possibly Macau's oldest and among the city's biggest and richest temples.

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : No. 18

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 18, 18A and 19

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 18a, 19 and 22

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : No. 12

 

From Kun Iam Statue, the "Docas" (Macau's LKF) an the new museums : No. 12

 

From Macau Tower : Change buses at the large roundabout, next to the Lisboa / Wynn Macau.

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: You can just walk... As you walk out of the park (a minute from the cable-car), turn right to Sidonio Pais and left to Ouvidor Arriaga. The third street on the right (Costa Cabral) will lead you straight to the temple.

 

From Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church : Nos. 17, 18 and 19

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : Just walk...

 

From the "Red Market" : Nos. 4 and 9

 

From Iao Hon Market : Nos. 12, 19 and 22

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): No. 22

 

From "Taipa Village" / Rua do Cunha and Museum of Taipa and Coloane History : No. 22

 

From Pou Tai Un Temple (Station is on the corner of Lou Lim Ieok and Esparteiro): No. 22

 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : No. 22

 

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10) How to get to Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church

The small bus terminal, next to Luis de Camoes Garden and St. Anthony Church is also a goos starting point for trvellers who wish to visit attractions like Ruins of St. Paul's, Macau Museum and The Fire Services Museum of Macau

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : Nos. 18 and 26

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 8A, 18, 18A and 19

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 18A and 19

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau and (Macau Grand Prix Museum) : No. 17

 

From Kun Iam Statue, the "Docas" (Macau's LKF) and the new museums : No. 17

 

From Macau Tower : Change buses at the large roundabout, next to the Lisboa / Wynn.

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: Nos. 18a and 19

 

From Kun Iam Temple (on Coronel Mesquita Street) : No. 19 (Outside the temple).

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : No. 17

 

From the "Red Market" : Nos. 3, 3X, 4, 5, 26A and 33

 

From Iao Hon Market : No. 19

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): No. 26

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : No. 26

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : No. 26

 

From "Coloane Village" : No. 26

 

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11) How to get to Macau Tower

Macau Tower is one of Macau's most sought after attractions and deserves a visit of a few good hours... Other than breathtaking views, you can enjoy the revolving restaurants, as well as a variety of extreme adventures by "King of Bungee" - A.J. Hackett, a shopping mall, slot machines and some activities for kids. Click here yo read more about Macau Tower, including details of the specific activities.

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : Nos. 21

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Walk to the Lisboa and take the bus from there (see below)

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 9A, 18 and 23


From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : .No. 23

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: Nos. 9A, 18 and 23

 

From Kun Iam Temple (on Coronel Mesquita Street) :  No. 23

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : No. 9A

 

From the "Red Market" : No. 9A

 

From Iao Hon Market : No. 18

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): No. 21

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : No. 21

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : No. 21

 

From "Coloane Village" : No. 21

 

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12) How to get to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha

Historic "Taipa Village" is packed with characterful alleys, homey restaurants and charm...

 

There are two ways you can get here: 1) From the bus stops near the entrance to Rua do Cunha (recommended option) or 2) From the bus stops on Avenida Olimpica (Near Macau Stadium), you can easily walk to "Taipa Village" (and Rua do Cunha), as well as to other nearby attractions, such as the Four-Faced Buddha, Macau Jockey Club and Taipa Grande Nature Trail.

 

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum :Nos. 11 (to Rua do Cunha) 21 and 26 and 33 (Avenida Olimpica)

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): Nos. 11 (to Rua do Cunha) 26A and 33 (Avenida Olimpica)

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): Nos. 11, 22 (to Rua do Cunha) 26A, 28A and 33 (Avenida Olimpica)

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : No. 28A (Avenida Olimpica)

 

From Macau Tower : No. 21 (Avenida Olimpica)

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: Nos. 22 (to Rua do Cunha) 25 and 25X (Avenida Olimpica)

 

From Three Lamps and Horta e Costa Street : Nos. 25, 25X (to Rua do Cunha) 26, 26A and 33 (Avenida Olimpica)

 

From Iao Hon Market : Nos. 22, 33 and 34

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Pou Tai Un Temple (Station is on the corner of Lou Lim Ieok and Esparteiro): Nos. 11 (to Rua do Cunha) and 35 (Avenida Olimpica)

 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : Nos. 11 and 22

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : Nos. 15 (to Rua do Cunha) 21, 26 and 26A (Avenida Olimpica).

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : Nos. 15 (to Rua do Cunha) 21, 26 and 26A (Avenida Olimpica).

 

From "Coloane Village" : Nos. 15 (to Rua do Cunha) 21, 26 and 26A (Avenida Olimpica).

 

From Hac Sa Beach (Fernando's restaurant) and Cheoc Van Beach : Nos. 15 (to Rua do Cunha) and 26A (Avenida Olimpica).

 

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13) How to get to Pou Tai Un Temple

 

This is one of Macau's most impressive temples and although it is not as ancient as A-Ma Temple or Kun Iam Temple, it boasts plenty of rich decorations.

 

To get here:

 

You can take a pleasant stroll from Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira), or take route No. 35 (Taipa's circular bus), which stops at places like the Four-Faced Buddha and Avenida Olimpica (Northern entrance to "Taiipa Village" and Rua do Cunha).

 

Route No. 11 departs from the entrance to Rua do Cunha and has a stop 3 - 4 minutes from the temple.

 

Route No. 21A arrives to the same bus stop from the beaches of Coloane Island, via "Coloane Village" and The Venetian / City of Dreams.

 

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14) How to get to The Venetian" and City of Dreams

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : Nos. 21, 21A and 26

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): 21A and 26A

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): 21A and 26A

 

From Fisherman's Wharf and Sands Macau (and Macau Grand Prix Museum) : The Venetian operates a free shuttle service from Sands Macau (right next to Fisherman's Wharf). It leaves every 5 - 15 minutes, from 10am to midnight.

 

From Macau Tower : No. 21

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: No. 25

 

From the "Red Market" : Nos. 26 and 26A

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): Nos. 21, 25, 26 and 26A

 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : Nos. 21, 25, 26A and 50

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : Nos. 15, 21, 21A, 25, 26 and 26A

 

From "Coloane Village" : Nos. 15, 21, 21A, 25, 26 and 26A

 

From Hac Sa Beach (Fernando's restaurant) and Cheoc Van Beach : Nos. 15, 21A, 25 and 26A

 

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15) How to get to "Coloane Village" and the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : Nos. 21, 21A and 26

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): 21A and 26A

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): 21A and 26A

 

From Macau Tower : No. 21

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: No. 25

 

From the "Red Market" : Nos. 26 and 26A

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): Nos. 25, 26 and 26A
 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : Nos. 21A and 25

 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : 15, 21, 21A 25, 26 and 26A

 

From Hac Sa Beach (Fernando's restaurant) and Cheoc Van Beach : Nos. 15, 21A, 25 and 26A

 

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16) Getting to Hac Sa Beach (Fernando's restaurant) and Cheoc Van Beach

Getting here from major sites across Macau Peninsula:

 

From A-Ma Temple and Macau Maritime Museum : No. 21A

 

From the City Centre (Almeida Ribeiro and Largo Senado): 21A and 26A

 

From downtown hotels (Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and Wynn): 21A and 26A

 

From Guia Hill Park / Cable car and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen House: No. 25

 

From the "Red Market" : No. 26A

 

Getting here from major sites on the islands of Taipa and Coloane:

 

From Avenida Olimpica/Macau Stadium (Northern entry to "Taipa Village" and Rua do Cunha): Nos. 25 and 26A
 

From Taipa's hotels (New Century, Regency and Altira) : Nos. 25, 21A and 26A
 

From The Venetian and City of Dreams : Nos. 15, 21A 25 and 26A

 

From the entrance to A-Ma Cultural Village  (bus-stop is next to Esso Petrol Station) : Nos. 15, 21A 25 and 26A
 

From "Coloane Village" : Nos. 15, 21A 25 and 26A

 

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