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Macau Fisherman's Wharf, Macau

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At Macau Fisherman's Wharf, Macau's first theme park, experience exciting rides for both children and adults. Get your thrills on Vucania, a replica volcano that explodes every evening and houses two speeding rollercoasters. Aladdin's Fort appeal to children with a middle-eastern fort equipped with funfair rides. Pick up souvenirs at Aqua Romanis, a Roman-themed shopping mall, or catch a show in the Roman Amphitheatre. Do not miss Vasco da Gama Waterworld either, which hosts jet-ski performances and other water-based shows. Use our Macau route planner to visit Macau Fisherman's Wharf on your trip to Macau, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • The room was comfortable good for 4 people to stay.It was big and clean and have 2 toilet.We celebrate my aunt birthday at this hotel but since they have no complimentary cake for her that's totally.....  more
    The room was comfortable good for 4 people to stay.It was big and clean and have 2 toilet.We celebrate my aunt birthday at this hotel but since they have no complimentary cake for her that's totally.....  more »
  • Went here on the last night market last august. We had an amazing dinner at the night market, we also stayed at harborview that time to celebrate my girlfriends birthday. Anyways Macau Fisherman's... 
    Went here on the last night market last august. We had an amazing dinner at the night market, we also stayed at harborview that time to celebrate my girlfriends birthday. Anyways Macau Fisherman's...  more »
  • At first glance, it might appear like a boring place. But you will soon find quite a lot of interesting architecture and cool sites to take some pretty rad photos. Lots of shopping and eateries... 
    At first glance, it might appear like a boring place. But you will soon find quite a lot of interesting architecture and cool sites to take some pretty rad photos. Lots of shopping and eateries...  more »
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  • Nice shopping area with Roman type architecture n plenty of restaurants and food outlets. Prices are bit steep as it’s a tourist belt. It’s a walkway straight through from the Rocks hotel nearest the seafront which has a great view by the way. Lots of pubs and good meat or seafood grills along this stretch leading to the scenic wharf which has a great view of European or Roman type “ruins” architecture. Good for a nice stroll after a nice dinner.
  • Very disappointing. I booked a long layover on my trip to Sydney specifically to visit Macau. I was disappointed with the casinos. 98% of their games are Baccarat. The few black jack tables they have are $75 minimum to play. And the shuffling system they use gave me pause. The city is quite run down and many shops are not even open. Once was more than enough for me.
  • It was nice, if you are the type who likes water body this is a good spot. The arena looked wonderful. The overlooking spot was great. I loved the place.
  • View is the best, coffee pretty good and Alvar Aalto’s style glasses are cool, BUT casseroles are so disgusting! It is extremely salty and fatty! I also ordered a chocolate pie, which wasn’t chocolate at all and was the way different from the pic in menu.
  • place is deserted and closed. but good for photo shoot. they still have the Rome wall

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