Macau's Churches & Temples
St. Lawrence’s Church
Built by the Jesuits in the mid-16th century, this is one of the three oldest churches in Macau. Its present a...
Kuan Tai Temple (Sam Kai Vui Kun)
This temple is located close to the old Chinese Bazaar area, which nowadays functions as St. Dominic's Market,...
St. Joseph’s Seminary and Church
Established in 1728, the old Seminary, together with St. Paul's College, was the principal base for the missio...
Chapel of St. Francis Xavier
Built in 1928, the Chapel of St. Francis Xavier in Coloane reflects the much older Baroque architectural style...
Situated on the western slope of Barra Hill, the A-Ma Temple is a historical site worshiping A-Ma (also known ...
St. Lazarus Church District
Situated next to St. Lazarus Church, the aptly named St. Lazarus Church District boasts a mixture of its old r...
St. Anthony’s Church
First built of bamboo and wood before 1560, this is one of the oldest churches in Macau, also marking the site...
Kun Iam Tong
Located in the Macau Peninsula, Kun Iam Tong (also known as the Puji Temple) is one of the oldest temples in M...
St. Dominic’s Church
Situated minutes from Senado Square, St. Dominic’s Church is the first Dominican Church in China. Built from w...
Lin Kai Miu
Dating from the 17th century, this temple occupies a square off Estrada do Repouso in the Patane district, whe...
Chapel of Our Lady of Penha
First built in 1622, the Chapel of Our Lady of Penha has since been renovated in 1935, returning its architect...
A-Ma Cultural Village
The large A-Ma Cultural Village embodies Macau’s worship of A-Ma (also known as Mazu and the Queen of Heaven),...
Na Tcha Temple
Built in 1888, this temple is dedicated to the worship of Na Tcha. This small traditional Chinese temple stand...
Our Lady of Carmel Church
Built in 1885, the Our Lady of Carmel Church is the perfect for a little relaxation. Benches abound in the lov...
Lin Fung Miu (Temple of Lotus)
Built in 1592 and most regularly restored, this Temple of the Lotus has a fine facade of intricate clay bas-re...
Ruins of St. Paul’s
Perhaps the best known of Macau’s attractions, the Ruins of St. Paul’s are the remnants of St. Pau...
Tam Kung Miu
This temple, with a fine toll roof decorated with porcelain figures, is dedicated to Tam Kung, a Taoist god of...
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