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Fisherman's Wharf in Macau

An excellent way to end the day
Fisherman's Wharf In Macau

Rated 3.9/5 (based on 196 reviews)

About Fisherman's Wharf in Macau

Macau Fisherman's Wharf is located near the Macau Maritime Terminal. It is the first theme park and the Shopping center that started in Macau. The area has more than 111500 square meters out of which 40 percentage is reclaimed from sea. Ho Gung San and the Chow Kam Fai are the major investors in this project. Ho Hua Wah, the Chief executive of Macao, inaugurated the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf in the year 2005. In the year 2006, the Fisherman’s Wharf was opened formally to public. The site is rapidly emerging to be a popular attraction for the tourists who head to Macau. The area is themed and there are many special features associated with different sections that adds to the beauty of the place and increases curiosity of the visitors.

Attractions of Macau Fisherman’s Wharf

The Macau Fisherman’s Wharf can be divided into three major sections with the differences these parts have. Dynasty Wharf, East Meets West Wharf and the Legend Wharf are the three themes, which are spread across the Macau Fisherman’s, wharf giving it the excellent look for which it is popular.

Dynasty Wharf

Dynasty Wharf is the area, which is majorly based on the Chinese style. It is the part of the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf that throws light to the culture, architecture and art style of China. The Dynasty wharf has so many Chinese towers, which are built by imitating the Tang style. These buildings are incredible and give anyone an insight to the Chinese architecture.

East Meet West Wharf

It is the area where one can find the mixture of oriental and western design. Once can find the architecture of Greece, the ancient battleship, the Arabian children’s play area, Roman Amphitheatre, exhibition facilities, waterfalls, manmade volcano and a characteristic shopping mall. It is a very interesting area that offers a great deal of diversity, as the west and eastern culture, lifestyle, art and architecture are entirely different making this part very impressive for the visitors.

Legend Wharf

This area is designed so that one can find the legend within. It is a place where there are so many games activities that can be taken part and make oneself feel great. The legend Wharf has so many recreational facilities like the High tech Games center, Video Games center and water performance arena. This is a place where both elders and kids can let loose themselves.

The Food

There are so many options for food in the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf and they serve so many varieties of food to the visitors that all the popular international cuisines are served here.

Macau Fisherman’s Wharf is a destination that has everything in there that are capable of engaging all the age groups and the entry to this place is free.

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What is the Macau Fisherman's Wharf?

It is an integrated waterfront that is also home to a convention, hotel, restaurant, retail and entertainment complex in the Sé region of Macau.

Can anybody visit the Macau Fisherman's Wharf?

Yes, people can visit this place even for a small stroll.

Would tickets be required to enter the Macau Fisherman's Wharf?

There are no tickets required for visiting this place.