April 14, 2009

Fisherman's Wharf, Macau

Roman Inspired Area
Got to travel to Fisherman's Wharf, Macau! This is one of the places in Macau you couldn't miss. This is the first theme park of Macau, while walking around you wouldn't feel that you are in Macau. Some of the buildings are European inspired, some are Chinese inspired and Middle East inspired and even Roman inspired buildings. I enjoyed walking around and taking pictures of different sceneries. And it's all free. They have lots of other attractions in the area but we weren't really able to see the whole Fisherman's Wharf because we only had  a day in Macau so we had to be quick. 

Amazing View of Macau Bridge
Huge Tang Dynasty Castle
I love castles so I was amazed that they have a replica of a Tang Dynasty castle but we weren't allowed to go inside. I don't know if they allow people inside or it was just closed for that day.  
Paintball Arena at Aladdin's Fort
In the upper floors of the Aladdin's Fort, they have a paintball arena. It was really big and looked fun to play in. But it still closed because we were too early. 

Nice Building in Fisherman's Wharf
Miniature Tibetan Temple
The also have a miniature tibetan temple and shops with Roman theme. Here's a map of Fisherman's wharf to give you an idea how big it is. 
Fisherman's Wharf Map
More about our Hong Kong and Macau Trip

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