As the first theme park of its kind in Macau, the Fisherman’s Whart neighbors Hong Kong -Macau Ferry Terminal, and it’s a comprehensive sightseeing resort with entertainment, shopping, hotels, restaurants, whart and exhibition facilities perfectly combined as one.
With an area of 111,500 square meters (1,200,176 square feet), Macau Fisherman’s Whart integrates the western element into the Chinese element, which faces the vast sea across the Friendship Bridge in the east, and it’s surrounded by Mandarin Oriental Hotel, New Yaohan Department Store and Lotus Square by the other three sides. Macau Fisherman’s Whart has been opened to the public since 23 December of 2006, where the multi-functional entertaining facilities enables it to become an ideal site for the locals and visitors alike to relax themselves.
Highlights of Macau Fisherman’s Wharf
Macau Fisherman’s Whart is mainly composed of three sections, the Tang City Section, the Western Meeting the Eastern Section and the Lijun Whart Section.
Neighboring the Imperial Palace Recreational Resort, the Tang City features the imitated architectural complex of the Tang Dynasty (618 -907), where the traditoinal Chinese restaurants, stores and cultural exhibition halls are available.
The Western Meeting the Eastern Section is characterized by its unique combining style of western and eastern architecture, where the highlights include a 40 -meter (131 feet) tall man-made volcano, waterfalls, Greek-style architectures, anceint warships, Arabic-style children’s park, Roman Square and shopping malls.
Lijun Whart is themed the coastal design and is composed of architectural clusters of European style, and it is well-equipped with various recreational and entertaining facilities, including modern water performances and electronic game centers.
In additon, there are also museums, music square, Indian gardens and the traditional Chinese quadrangle dwellings in Macau Fisherman’s Whart, attracting millions of visitors from all over the globe each year, and it has become a famous landmark in Macau together with Macau Tower.