The Macau Municipal Council with the support of several entities, namely the Macau Government Tourist Office, has launched an electronic system to provide information in Portuguese, Chinese and English, called "City Guide", to local residents and visitors.
Using an interactive monitor or "touch screen" which allows users to access any page with a simple touch on the monitor, the guide contains general information about the city and cultural or sports events, like the Macau International Music Festival or the Grand Prix. The information is updated every day and access to each of the pages takes only a few seconds.
There are City Guides in the Ferry Terminal, Leal Senado, Maritime Museum, Yaohan Department Store, major hotels such as the Lisboa, Sintra, Sao Tiago, Grandeur and The Westin Resort, as well as other tourist sites around town.
Ruins of St. Paul's
The most famous sight in Macau. The original church was probably designed by an Italian Jesuit in the early 17th century and it was built with the assistance of Japanese Christian artisans who had fled from feudal persecution in Nagasaki. In 1835, the church and its adjacent college caught fire and burned to the ground leaving only the facade, the staircase and a few portions of the walls.
In 1996 a religious museum was opened in the excavated crypt of the church. It contains the tomb of the Jesuit missionary Valignano, bones of Japanese and Vietnamese martyrs, a model of the original church and some 17th century works of religious art.
Citadel of Sao Paulo do Monte (Monte Fort)
Built by the Jesuits about the same time as St. Paul's. A cannon ball fired from a gun in the fort saved the city from capture in 1622 when a Dutch fleet attempted to invade the city. Telescopes are installed here to give visitors a better view of the city.
May to September - 6.00 am to 7.00 pm
October to April - 7.00 am to 6.00 pm
A new City Museum is being installed in the foundations and on the platform of the fort. It will have displays showing the history of Macau and its long relationship with China.
Fort of Mong Ha
Located at top of Mong Ha Hill, it overlooks the border with China. This fort was built during the governorship of Ferreira do Amaral, in 1849. It has one entrance gate with loop-holes for rifle-firing and when built it was considered impregnable. Nowadays, the barracks have been converted into a small 24 room pousada to house government civil servants and of ficial visitors.
A Hotel and Tourism Training School was established here in 1982, and in 1995 a Tourism College, with degree courses, was added, to create the Institute of Tourism Education and Training.
Dom Pedro V Theatre
Located on "Largo de Sto. Agostinho", opposite St. Augustine's Church, the theatre is a colonnaded building constructed in the grand neoclassical manner. There is a large entrance hall with an elegant chandelier, and the doors are swept by red velvet curtains. The theatre itself is roughly oval with a balcony round the upper part of the auditorium, and is intimate in its proportions. The stage is rather narrow but deep. The feeling of exclusiveness created by its size is emphasized by the plush velvet seats and the general touches of extravagance, such as the cut-glass door handles and chandeliers. It is a superb setting for the occasional play or opera produced in Macau, and such artists since World War II as Helen Traubel, Peter Pears and Ruggiero Ricci have appeared on its stage. The famous Crazy Paris Show was first held at this theatre for almost 7 years.
Barrier Gate (Portas do Cerco)
Situated at the northern most point of Macau, the stone gate that traditionally marked the border with China is now maintained in a small park. It was erected in 1870 and is inscribed with a quotation from Camoes: 'Honour your country for your country is watching you'. Today's travellers use the modern buildings on either side, which house immigration, customs and tourist information offices. The border is open from 7 am to midnight.
Guia Fortress and Lighthouse
The fortress was built in the 17th century and stands on the highest point of Macau. The Lighthouse inside was the first on the China Coast and was built by a local born Portuguese, Carlos Vicente da Rocha. A public telescope is also in stalled here.
Pousada de Sao Tiago
A Portuguese inn, constructed in traditional style and using hand-crafted decorative features, within the walls of the 17th century Fortaleza de Sao Tiago. The Pousada received a Special Commendation in the Pacific Area Travel Association's heritage competition in 1982.
Leal Senado (Municipal Council)
The building is regarded as the most outstanding example of Portuguese architecture in the territory. A public library is located on the first floor and its two inner chambers contain magnificent examples of the institution at Coimbra, in Portugal.
Largo do Senado Square
The 3,700 sq.m. Largo do Senado square is newly paved with a wave-patterned mosaic of coloured stones, created by Portuguese experts. From the main road to the church of St. Dominic, the pavement extends to the ruins of St. Paul's, making the heart of the city a pedestrian paradise.
Old Protestant Cemetery
Among those buried here: Dr. Robert Morrison, who compiled the first English and Chinese dictionary and translated the Bible into Chinese; George Chinnery, an artist who lived in Macau in the 18th century; Capt.Lord John Spencer Churchill, Commander of H.M. Ship Druid and an ancestor of Sir Winston Churchill; also seamen and non-Portuguese Traders.
Temple of Kun Iam
The original temple was built more than 600 years ago. This was the place where, in 1844, the first treaty of trade and friendship was signed between China and U.S.A. There is a small gold lacquer statue depicting Marco Polo (one of the 18 wise men of China) with bulging round eyes, a largish nose, a moustache and a small curly beard. In the garden is the famous intertwined "lovers' tree".
Temple of A-Ma
This temple is situated at the base of Barra Hill. The shrine was erected by the fisherfolk to the Goddess A-Ma or Tin Hau as she was known among some of the worshippers, after whom Macau was named by the Portuguese settlers in 1554-1557.
Lin Fong Temple
Situated close to the border, this temple was used as an inn by visiting Chinese officials, including Commissioner Lin Tse-Hsu, whose statue stands in the courtyard. The temple is also famous for its decorative clay friezes.
The original cathedral was the church of Our Lady of Hope of St.Lazarus, declared the mother church of the Macau Diocese which included the religions provinces of China, Japan, Korea and other islands adjacent to China. The first stone cathedral, consecrated in 1850, was almost destroyed in a typhoon 24 years later and had to be extensively repaired.
The Cathedral was completely rebuilt in 1937. It has two solid towers and massive doors. Inside, its chief beauty lies in its fine stained-glass windows.
Many of the major events of the church calendar focus on the Cathedral, especially at Easter when, in addition to the procession of Our Lord of Passos, there is a solemn parade on Good Friday and special masses on Easter Sunday.
Sao Domingos Church
Built in the baroque style in the 17th century by a Spanish order of Dominicans.
Sao Lourenqo Church
The most fashionable church in Macau was first built of wood in the 1 560's, replaced by Taipa in 1618 and reconstructed in stone during 1801-3.
Open daily from 10 am to 4 pm, except Sundays and Public Holidays, and 10 am to 1 pm at weekends.
Penha Church From this hilltop there are sweeping views of the Inner Harbour and city, the Pearl River, and the islands and hills of nearby China. There is a tourist information counter.
The church of St. Joseph Seminary
Open to the public since March 1990. Situated at Rua do Seminario, this church was built by the Jesuits in the 1 8th century and restored in the early 20th century. It is a place worth visiting, especially for those interested in the art of architecture and sculpture which are the most attractive features of the church. Open daily to the public, except Wednesdays, from 10 am to 4 pm.
Macau Maritime Museum
Situated opposite the historic A-Ma temple, concentrates on Portuguese and Chinese maritime links. Displays include models, and real vessels moored nearby at no. l pier. It offers regular half-hour tours around the inner harbour with departures at 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 3:30 pm and 4:30 pm everyday except on Tuesdays. The fare is $10 patacas per person.
The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (except Tuesdays). Admission is $8 patacas for adults and free for children under 10 years old.
Post Office Museum
Housed in the general Post Office in the centre of the city. It contains displays of postal equipment and artifacts, the studio of Macau's first radio station, a 1930s automatic phone exchange, and photographs of such events as the arrival of the territory's first air mail delivery, by a Pan Am flying boat in 1937. The museum is open weekdays between 3 pm and 5 pm, or by special advance arrangement with the General Post Office of Macau (CTT).
Macau Grand Prix Museum
Located in the basement of the Tourist Activities Centre, the Grand Prix Museum was opened in 1993 on the occasion of the 40th Macau Grand Prix, Asia's premier road racing event and the world's leading Formula 3 championship. It contains some of the cars and motor cycles that won here in the past, plus pictures, videos and memorabilia of such winners as Ayrton Senna. In addition there are interactive simulators for visitors to 'drive' the circuit.
The museum is open 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Admission is 10 patacas for adults,5 patacas for those aged 11 to 18. There are special discounts for groups.
Sharing the basement of the Tourist Activities Centre with the Grand prix Museum, the Wine Museum tells the story of viniculture from ancient times, including the introduction of wine into Asia through Macau by the Portuguese. On display are traditional presses, distilling equipment, wine fraternity costumes and bottles of 700 different Portuguese wines.
Open 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Entrance for adults over 18 is 15 patacas, which includes a wine sampling. Those aged 11 to 18 pay 5 patacas.
Taipa House Museum
This old colonial style building is at the foot of a small hill that is crowned by a century-old Catholic Church. It is designed to show how Portuguese families lived in Macau in the beginning of the twentieth century.
The museum is open on weekdays (except Mondays), weekends and on public holidays, from 9:30 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 5:30 pm.
GARDENS & PARKS
Camoes Garden and Grotto
This is the place where Luis de Camoes, the famous Portuguese soldier-poet, is said to grotto above which Count de La Perouse, the French explorer, built an observatory.
Lou Lim Ieoc Garden
A beautiful Chinese garden modelled on those in Soochow. With its twisting walks amid ornamental "mountains", it resembles a landscape in a Chinese painting.
Sun Yat-Sen Park
Located next to the canal that forms Macau's border with China, this park contains an aviary, greenhouse and a fung shui forest of trees which are believed to bring good luck. For recreation there is a children's playground, pelota courts and two multi-purpose fields. Close to the entrance are buildings in classical Chinese style, which house a cafe, exhibition hall and library. Outside the gate is a statue of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, who worked in Macau in the 1890's.
Seac Pai Wan Park
Built on the site of the Macau Foresty and Agriculture Department, the park covers 20 hectares.
There is a large walk-in aviary stocked with birds, and an air-conditioned display room to give information about local flora and fauna. Hundreds of trees and shrubs scientifically identified have been planted amid the natural vegetation.
Chinese-style pavilions have been built on the hillsides along pathways to afford rest areas and panoramic views. There is also a restaurant serving local macanese dishes and space for barbecue.
The park is open daily except Mondays from 10 am to 6 pm. During the week, route 21A buses serve the park at 40-minute intervals. At weekends and on public holidays, the frequency is 15 minutes. The fare is 4.5 patacas and buses depart from opposite Hotel Lisboa.
Cheoc Van Park
Situated on Cheoc Van Beach, in Coloane, it consists of an irregular shape swimming pool with a maximum depth of 3m, a restaurant-bar, and changing rooms, covering 4,000 sq meters.
It is open from 8 a.m. till 9 p.m. on weekdays and closes at midnight on weekends. Us and free of charge for those under 5.
Hac Sa Sport and Recreation Complex
Situated behind the popular Hac Sa Beach, it covers nearly 18,500 sq meters of land and has facilities for the more active visitor.The complex has an olympic-size swimming pool and a small pool for children.
Other facilities available include:
The complex is open everyday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. except Saturday that closes at midnight. Use of the pool costs 15 patacas for adults and 5 patacas for children aged 5 to 17 years.
- a multi-purpose sports field with seating for 200, which can be used for tennis, basket-ball, mini-soccer and other events;
- 2 tennis courts only for playing tennis;
- a mini-golf course with an 1 8-hole layout;
- a badminton court;
- places for barbecue picnics;
- a children's playground with various facilities to play; and
- a small snack bar.
Vasco da Gama Monument
Standing in a small park in front of the Royal Hotel, a heroic bust commemorates Vasco da Gama, the Portuguese explorer who discovered the sea route from Europe to India.
Gate of Understanding
Located at the entrance of the Inner Harbour, it is a 40-metre tall monument to honour the Luso-Chinese relations. The monument was completed in 1993.
The biggest fountain in Asia was installed in the reservoir opposite the Ferry Terminal. It is computer-controlled and consists of 292 water jets, the tallest reaching 70 metres, with special shows of sound and light every night, except Fridays.
The Inner Harbour
Along the coastal line where the fishing junks shelter and vessels of all kinds gather for trade and refit.
Contains letters, books and manuscripts pertaining to Portugal's exploration and Macau's relations with Europe, China, Japan, and Southeast Asia from a wide variety of governmental, civic, ecclesiastic and private sources. The most valuable have been put on microfilm, including 7500 items dating from 1587 to 1786.
The archives are housed in one of the mansions in colonial style in Avenida de Conselheiro Ferreira de Almeida restored by the Macau Government which won the Pacific Area Travel Association's Heritage Award, in 1982.
Village of Taipa
Contains several interesting old temples, Chinese shop houses and Portuguese colonial style offices. Nearby is the Macau Jockey Club and track. There is a "food street", formed by a group of small to medium sized restaurants serving Chinese, Portuguese and Macanese foods. They are crowded at lunchtimes and evenings with local residents, and at weekends with knowledgeable Hong Kong visitors.
Four Faces Buddha Shrine
There are two Four Faces Buddha in Macau: one at the end of the car park of the Macau Jockey Club on Taipa Island; and the other at theInternational Centre close to the wharf which is a very interesting monument in an ornate Thai Style.
Town of Coloane
Contains a chapel dedicated to St. Francis Xavier, Tam KungTemple, and several temples dedicated to the Goddess of the Sea Tin Hau. Close by are two beaches and the very old Hac Sa village where archaeologists have uncovered finds dating back some 3000 years.
Coloane Fitness Circuit
A series of interconnecting trails have beenestablished in the wooded hills of Coloane, where hikers can enjoy fresh air, a vast range of tropical flora and splendid views of the South China Sea. For those who want more strenuous exercise there is a fitness circuit set out with parallel bars, rope climbing and other exercise equipment. The circuit begins at the start of the Coloane Trail, next to the Seac Pai Wan Park.
For many visitors, the casinos of Macau are sufficient entertainment in themselves. For others, there is a surprising variety of activities available; a lot of the sports and night-life outlets are centred on the larger and newer hotels, but all it needs is a little effort, and some enthusiasm, for the longer-staying visitor to discover the multi-facetted attractions of Macau.
There are nine casinos in Macau, all operated under Government franchise by the Sociedade de Turismo e Diversoes de Macau (STDM) and rules are standard in all gaming halls. With the exception of the Victory Casino in the Macau Jockey Club, all casinos operate round the clock.
Macau's casinos offer the largest variety of casinos game anywhere in the world, combining both established western favourites with long popular eastern game of chance. Players can opt for such games as blackjack, baccarat, roulette, boule, "big and small", fantan, keno, or they can choose from a glittering array of slot machines (called "hungry tigers" locally) which are computer-linked for super jackpot pay-outs.
The largest casino is a three-storey complex of public and VIP rooms at Hotel Lisboa, while the two desks casinos at the floating Macau Palace in the Inner Harbour, the casino Jai-Alai closed to theYaohan Department Store, the Hyatt Regency Macau on Taipa island and the smaller outlet at the Mandarin Oriental, offer probably the widest range of casino games in the world. Two smaller casinos operate at the Kingsway and Holiday Inn Macau Hotels, with another modernised and enlarged one at Kam Pek. Another one named Victory at the Macau Jockey Club on Taipa island operateds only on race meeting midweek.
Pacapio, a version of keno (a kind of tombola), is played in the Lisboa, Jai Alai and in a hall behind the Sintra Hotel. Punters choose four to 25 numbers from one to 80. Winning numbers are chosen by computer.
Visitors to the casinos should read the sign at each entrance, urging players to hazard only what they can afford at the gaming tables. Winners are not obliged to tip, but croupiers will usually deduct about 10% of the winnings. There is no entry fee to the casinos, but admission is refused to foreigners under 18 years of age and 21 years for local residents. There is no dress code - it is informal, but highly professional.
There is betting, on and off-course, at the Macau Jockey Club and dog-racing Canidrome.
The Macau Jockey Club is situated just across the bridge from Downtown Macau on the Taipa Island. It is one of the most technologically advanced racecourses in the Asia Region. Over 900 fine thoroughbreds are in training which are imported from various countries such as the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand Canada, U.S.A. and France.
There are free shuttle buses taking racegoers from Hotel Lisboa and the pier to the racecourse on racedays. Visitors are comfortably accommodated in the air-conditioned grandstand where Chinese and European cuisines are served.
Race meetings are held every weekend tivals such as the New Year, Chinese New Year, Easter, etc.
The Canidrome, located in the northern part of the city, is the only Greyhound Racing facility in Asia. Today, it is considered one of the largest and best equipped in the world.
What makes the Canidrome unique is a 500-yard oval track, two grand stands, several private boxes, special private track-level enclosures, a VIP lounge and a coffee shop. It also includes ten kennels, a training kennel, which includes xray, operating and treatment rooms.
Races are held four times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays with over 300 dogs racing each day. Races are broadcast over radio and TV from broadcast studios also located within the complex.
Another unique feature of the Canidrome is that it is the first to automatically grade greyhounds by computer. Greyhounds are raised or lowered in class according to their performance as monitored by a computer system.
Another computer system performs the various bet computations to drive the totalizator board on the track as well as hundreds of betting machines located in the Canidrome and in varied off-track betting centres around Macau. Thus, the Canidrome can offer punters a varied mix of betting possibilities starting from win and place, right through quinellas, trifectas, double quinellas, double trifectas, and up to all-up win and all-up place. This gives the potential of large gains from small investments.
Off-course centres are located at Hotel Lisboa, Kam Pek Casino, Jai Alai Casino, and the Wing Heng Bldg. on Avenida Almeida Ribeiro.
Entry to the Canidrome is 2 patacas and to the Members' stand is 5 patacas.
Macau is a free port and imported goods are generally taxed at low rates, the prices are cheaper than many other cities in the region. Most popular buys remain jewellery (particularly gold), Chinese antiques, porcelain, pottery, electric gadgetry, watches, knitted wear, etc. They are available at duty free prices and no sales tax is charged, but bargaining is standard on such items.
When shopping for antiques, jewellery and gold, it is better to patronize recommended shops rather than street stalls. Don't expect to buy real treasures from such souvenir stalls as those located at St Paul's, the Border Gate and Penha Hill.
Get a warranty card for jewellery, gold, cameras, watches and electrical goods and a receipt for all purchases, and be sure that you understand what is written on them.
For knitted-wear and locally-made clothes at economical prices there are many street stalls near Senate Square and in Rua da Palha.
Another popular buy is Chinese herbs and medicine, dried seafood like shark's fins and abalone, and Chinese and Macanese pastries.
The main shopping area is located along Avenida do Infante D. Henrique and Avenida Almeida Ribeiro. For these "in the know" for antiques and "buried treasures" Macau's "flea market" is in the lanes round Rua das Estalagens (near St Paul's Ruins). The Leal Senado area is always crowded with shoppers at the bazaar of "cheap" but also "chic" clothes.
Grand Prix - The Far East's gala motorcycle and Formula III car racing event, the Macau Grand Prix, is usually held on the third last weekend in November. Visitors, drivers and machines arrive from all over the world for this event.
The Macau Grand Prix is included in the International Racing calendar and for the past years has ranked as the F3 world championship.
All requests and bookings should be made to: Macau Grand Prix Organising Committee, Macau Government Tourist Office.
Golf and other Sports
The Macau Golf and Country Club is located on Coloane Island. The 18-hole, par-71 course was built on a headland overlooking the South China Sea. The Club House has a pro shop, pool, sauna and massage rooms.
Badminton and Tennis-Courts and equipment are available on request. Write or call Macau Government Tourist Office specifying details which will be forwarded to the clubs concerned.
Squash-If you fancy a game of squash you can contact the following hotels:
Activities Desk of the Hyatt Regency Macau. Tel: 831234 ext. 1866. Courts open from 7am to 10 pm at 85 patacas per session.
Sports and Recreation Department of Mandarin Oriental Macau. Tel: 567888 ext. 3760. Squash courts open from 7am to 10 pm at 85 patacas per session before 5 pm and 85 patacas after 5 pm. Tennis courts at 98 patacas per hours before 5 pm and 118 patacas per hour after 5 pm. Table tennis is available at 50 patacas per hour. Courts are available to hotel guests and Health Club members only.
Swimming Pool- Pools are available at the following hotels:
Grandeur - for guests only.
Holiday Inn - for guests and members only.
Hyatt Regency Macau - for guests and members only.
Lisboa - for Guests and outsiders. Nonguests can rent a cabana for 150 patacas for up to four people.
Mandarin Oriental - for guests and members only.
New Century - for gueste and members only.
Pousada de Sao Tiago - for guests only.
Pousada de Coloane - for guests only.
Ritz - for guests- only.
Royal - for guests and members only (this is an indoor pool and water is heated in colder weather.
Westin Resort - for guests and members only.
There are also 2 public swimming pools and other swimming facilities in the parks (see Chapter 6 - Sightseeing)
Bowling and Ice Rink - available at the Future Bright Amusement Centre located next to the Camoes Garden, no.6-8 Praqa Luis de Camoes, Tel:(853) 953399, Fax:(853) 950225.
Bowling - 9am to 2am
Ice Rink - 9am to 10pm
This centre has also a children's playground, video games room, snooker club and a food court.
Macau International Marathon-Affiliated to the Association of Marathons and Road Race, is organized by the Macau Sports Institute and Macau Athletic Association. It takes places on the first Sunday of December and is the most important athletics event in the Territory and one of the most significant in this region.
All the information and registrations can be sent to Macau Sports Institute - Tel: (853) 580762, Telex:(808) 88390 SPORT OM, Fax: (853) 343708.
Taipa Island resort - Hyatt Regency Macau, 2nd/Fl. Tel: 831234, ext. 1856. Open every day from 7 am to 10 pm. Facilities include gymnasium and aerobics dance studio. It is for hotel guests and members only, although outsiders can use these facilities at charge of 180 patacas from October to June and 210 patacas from July to September.
The Oriental Sports Club - Mandarin Oriental. Tel: 567888, ext. 3760. Open every day from 7 am till 10 pm. Facilities include fitness equipment, hot/cold tub, jacuzzi, steam/dry sauna, solarium and massage, for inhouse guests and members only.
Located on Taipa Island next to the Macau Jockey Club, The stadium is used for international athletics, soccer, field hockey and rugby. It also has a gymnasium and training facilities. The stadium holds up to 20,000 spectators.
Nightclub entertainment ranges from soft lights, sweet music and charming hostesses at some establishments, to lively dance music. A selection of what Macau has to offer:
China City - At Jai Alai Complex, 1st/Fl., Tel: 726633, open from 2 pm till 4 am.
Guia Disco Nightclub - At Hotel Guia, open from 9 pm to 4 am.
Jai-Alai Show Palace - Jai Alai Complex, 3rd/Fl., Tel: 727171. A luxurious Club with North America Table Dance shows performed on a Central Stage and VIP Rooms by Western striptease artists. Open nightly from 7:00 pm to 2:30 am.
Crazy Paris Show - This show, one of the best of this kind, is featured nightly at the historic Mona Lisa Hall, at Hotel Lisboa. The lighting and the sound system are excellent and the dancers are selected from the best in Europe.
The show schedule is as follows:
Sunday - Friday 8:00 pm and 9:30 pm
Saturday 8:00 pm, 9:30 pm, 11:00 pm
Tickets: 200 patacas (back rows), 250 patacas (front rows).
Portas do Sol Supper Club, Hotel Lisboa, 2nd floor, old wing. Sophisticated surroundings, excellent international menu and good band for dancing. Open 7:00 pm - 1:00 am (2:00 am weekends). Tel: 577666, 377666 ext. 3101.
Ritz Night Club, Jai Alai Complex, top floor, open 9:00 pm - 4:00am. Tel: 571818.
Bar da Guia- In Mandarin Oriental, G/F, with live music and dancing every night from 8 pm to 1 am except Mondays. Happy hours from5 pm to 7 pm.
Metropolitan - In New Century Hotel; Tel: 831188, open from 8 pm until 6 am.
Sauna and Massage
Hotel Lisboa - Ground floor, Tel: 577666, 377666 ext. 3129. From noon to 4:30 am
- 206 patacas per hour.
Hotel Sintra - 2nd floor. Tel: 710111 ext. 1841/1842. Open noon to 4 am; 184 patacas for standard rooms (per hour) and 253 patacas for deluxe rooms.
Presidente Sauna - Basement. Tel: 551825,558513. Open noon to 4 am; 168 patacas for massage and sauna, 98 patacas for sauna.
Hotel Royal - 2nd basement. Tel: 552222 ext.l90. Open everyday from 2 pm to 6 am.
Hotel New World Emperor - 2nd floor, Tel: 786696. From 1 pm to 7 am - 195 patacas per hour.
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