Coloane Village, Macau

Quiet and lazy, Coloane Village, the main village on the island, is a joy to just walk around and explore.

Quiet and lazy, Coloane Village, the main village on the island, is a joy to just walk around and explore. Its narrow lanes lined with pastel-coloured houses and shops. Avenida de Cinco de Outubro is the main esplanade where you can look across the narrow channel to Hengqin Island in China. Along this street you will find the pretty Chapel of St Francis set back from the road by a square flanked by restaurants. In the square is a monument dedicated to the fight against piracy. Further along is the collonaded Biblioteca (public library) and right at the southern end of the road is the Tam Kong Temple. North of the main square, you'll find the boat-building quarter, the village pier and the Sam Seng Temple.
















About Coloane Village

 Coloane, Macau

Coloane Village and Nearby Sights on Map

A-Ma Statue and Cultural Village

The 20m statue is situated on top of the 176m Alto de Coloane and was erected in 1998

Seac Pai Van Park

This 20 hectare park along Estrada Seac Pai Van just south of the Taipa-Coloane Isthmus Causeway, has a medicinal garden as well as other green areas, a mini zoo and a lake

City of Dreams

The City of Dreams is a giant casino with high end fashion shops, a free video 'bubble' show, three hotels and the world's most expensive theatre show

The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel

The Venetian is touted as the largest casino in the world by floor footage (and fourth largest building in the world by floor footage)

Taipa Houses Museum

Made up of a row of colonial houses from the early 20th century

Museum of Taipa and Coloane History

Contains detailed and informative displays of the two islands

Casino Taipa

Kun Iam Statue

Twenty metre high bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy emerging from a lotus floating in the Outer Harbour

Sands Macau

The Sands offers a more open Las Vegas feel along with a smoke-free gaming room, the Pearl Room

Wine Museum and Grand Prix Museum

The Wine Museum and the Grand Prix Museum are both in the same building, north of the center of town