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Macau, Special Administrative Region of China, has amounts of attractions. Here is list of top ten things to do in Macau.

Top 10 things to do in Macau

1. A-Ma Temple
The A-Ma Temple is the oldest temple in Macau. It was constructed to commemorate Mazu, the sacred sea goddess who blesses the fishermen of Macau.

2.  Camoes Garden and Grotto
Camoes Garden, one of the oldest and largest gardens in Macau, is to commemorate the great Portuguese poet Luis de Camoes.

3. Macao Fisherman's Wharf
It is can be divided into three main sections: Dynasty Wharf, East Meets West and Legend Wharf. Without doubt, it is a must-see.

4. Macau Maritime Museum
The museum follows the typical museum layouts of a European style. Besides, sail boats are also available for visitors to set sail on the sea.

5. St. Domingo's Church
It was placed on the World Heritage List in July 2005, and as such also became the 31st world heritage site of China.

6. Macau Tower
If you want to have a bird’s-eye view of Macau, the Macau Tower is a good choice. The highest observation level is the Outdoor Observation Deck on Level 61, with a height of 223 meters (about 732 feet).

7.  Coloane Island Restaurants
With plenty of restaurants located on Hac Sa and Choec Van beach and Coloane Village area, most restaurants here provide Portuguese cuisine.

8. Night Life
You can choose Nightscape, Night Walking and Bars and Discos to spend your night life, if you feel tired, Cinemas and Theaters are available. In addition, there are also sport activities, such as Horse and Greyhound Racings, Golf and Karting.

9. Gambling Town
It was called the three gambling town in the world with Monte Carlo, Las Vegas. So if you love him please bring him to Macau, if you hate him also you can bring him here.

10.  Senado Square Area
Of the northern side of Av. Almeida Ribeiro (New Road), Senado Square is the main bustling area in central downtown, where has a large number of shops and food stalls line the streets sell fashionable clothes and shoes.