A-Ma Cultural Village

A Ma Cultural Village

The A-Ma temple complex contains the oldest temple in Macau, dating from 1488, as well as the tallest statue of the Chinese sailor goddess Mazu (sometimes known as Tin-Hau).

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The A-Ma complex is also open to tourists and is located in the only forested area of Macau in a section called Coloane.

What will you see here?

The A-Ma Temple impresses with its ornate Chinese architecture with a monumental entrance gate and original village houses inside the complex.

You can also take the 500-metre long path to the 20-metre high white statue of the goddess Mazu, which offers a nice view of the sea and part of Taipa Island.

Entrance fees and opening hours

Open to the public from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm.

Admission is free.

How to get there?

The A-Ma Cultural Village can only be reached by taxi or on foot along the road or several marked forest trails.

For example, you can view a map of the hiking trails clearly on the website: en.mapy.cz.

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