Coloane Village

Coloane Village

Head to the south of Macau and enjoy the sleepy atmosphere of Coloane village with its canal-side promenade, original Portuguese colonial architecture and local eateries.

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Coloane is the perfect place for a trip from the bustling and modern centre of Macau and will take you around 2-3 hours.

What to see in Coloane?

The low houses of a rather rural character date back to the late 19th century, when the Portuguese took over Coloane.

However, they also left behind some of the original architecture, especially the small Chinese temples, of which there are several in Coloane.

Take a stroll along the promenade overlooking the Chinese town of Henqin opposite, and stop at one of the many local Chinese restaurants specialising mainly in seafood.

How to get there?

There are several bus routes to the centre of Coloane.

Right on the main square (location on the, the following lines have stops:

  • Line 25 - towards Cotai Strip, Taipa Village, Macau city centre and Portas do Cerco border crossing.
  • Line 26 - direction Cotai Strip, airport, Taipa port, Macau city centre
  • Line 50 - direction University and then Cotai Strip and downtown Macau (longer journey than lines 25 or 26)

Just above the square on Estr. de Cheoc Van Street (location on the following lines stop:

  • Line 15A - direction Hác Sá Beach, Cotai Strip and Taipa Village
  • Line 21A - towards Hác Sá Beach, Cotai Strip, Taipa Village, Macau city centre
  • Line 26A - direction Hác Sa Beach, Cotai Strip, Taipa Village, downtown Macau

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