EMBRACE HISTORY AND MODERNITY IN MACAU CITY CENTRE
Although it's an undoubtedly contemporary city known for its cutting-edge glamour, Macau also possesses a rich lineage and fascinating history worthy of exploration. Positioned in the city centre, The Ritz-Carlton, Macau affords hotel guests seamless access to both sides of the city. Travel back in time and visit the ancient A-Ma Temple or the 16th-century Ruins of St. Paul's before soaking in modern-day wonders like the jaw-dropping Macau Tower.
Residences for high superior civil servants and Macanese families, transformed as the museum displaying artefacts and exhibits nowadays.
A Ma Temple
Existed before Macau came into being, representation of Chinese culture inspired by Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and multiple folk beliefs.
Within Galaxy Macau™, hotel guests will have instant access to the Grand Resort Deck, which is surrounded by a lush gardens oasis. The deck is conveniently located next to hotel’s outdoor poor and eight private cabanas, and features the world’s largest Skytop wave pool, the world’s largest Skytop Adventure Rapids at 575 m, and a 2,000 sqm white sand beach.
17th-century colonial military fort, chapel and lighthouse complex, symbols of Macau's maritime, military and missionary past.
Leal Senado Square
Paved town square and listed as UNESCO heritage site.
The Tower located in the Special Administrative Region of the ground People’s Republic of China. Macau used to be a Portuguese colony until 1999. The Tower measures 338m in the height from ground level to the highest point, An Observation deck with panoramic views, restaurants, theaters, shopping malls and the Skywalk, a thrilling walking tour around the outer rim.
Ruin's of Saint Paul
16th-century complex including original St. Paul’s College and 17-century St. Paul’s Cathedral dedicated to St. Paul Apostle. Listed as UNESCO heritage site.
Sporting complex with indoor pavilions and exhibition for indoor sports, activities, ceremonies and sporting events.
Macau Golf and Country Club
One of the beautiful and challenging championship golf courses in Asia.
Macau Science Center
Galleries showcasing interactive exhibits aimed at science education.