Museum of Macau - a space dedicated to the history and culture of Macao, possessed of a vast number of objects of historical and cultural value, which demonstrate the way of life of the various communities that have inhabited the city for centuries. Different permanent exhibitions are on display inside this three-level Museum: 1st floor – Presentation of the history of Macao, commercial activities, religions and cultures of the two civilization; 2nd floor – Different aspects of traditions and popular art of Macao; as well as religious ceremonies and traditional festivals; 3rd floor – Contemporary Macao with various aspects of city life. The way Macao has been portrayed in literature and the arts is prominently highlighted.
2- Grand Prix Museum - contains exhibits that are related to Grand Prix worldwide including photos, videos, illustrated articles, cups, records of champions and some commemorative items. In addition, the projection device in the museum can help visitors better understand the museum and the history of the Grand Prix racing competition.
3- Macau Tea Culture House - This attraction stages a variety of long and short-term exhibitions to introduce the tea cultures of Macao, China and the West, and seeks to promote the study of tea cultures worldwide.
4- Communication Museum - a place with cultural, scientific and technological characteristics. As a part of the Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau (CTT), the Communications Museum is built on numerous experimental and interactive features. The Communications Museum presents exhibitions in two big areas: Post/Philately Area and Telecommunications Area.
5- Macau Science Center - (MSC) aims to promote science popularization and education among local adolescents, compliment tourism development in Macao and provide a regional platform for science education, convention and exhibition. MSC consists of the Exhibition Center, the Planetarium and the Convention Center.
6- Ruins of St. Paul’s - Arguably Macau’s most famous landmark, the Ruins of St. Paul’s was officially listed in 2005 as part of the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Historic Centre of Macau. Originally built in the 16th century, the complex of St. Paul’s College and the Cathedral of St. Paul burned down and was rebuilt multiple times before the third and final fire during a typhoon in 1835 left it beyond repair. All that remains are the iconic stone façade and the grand staircase leading up to it. Restored into a museum, the façade is buttressed from behind, allowing tourists to climb up to the windows to get a closer look at the stone carvings and to enjoy a panoramic view of the city below. The Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt was built at the bottom of the ruins and houses many religious artifacts including Sino-Portuguese crucifixes, as well as a 17thcentury painting of St. Michael Archangel – the only surviving work from the original college.
7- Lou Lim Ieoc Garden–this Chinese Suzhou-Style garden is so beautiful that it has been called a little pocket of surprise in Macau. Its beauty also lies in the fact that apart from being a tourist attraction, it is a part of the local life in its neighborhood. Local residents come to garden to take their walks, to exercise, to play a Chinese board game with their friends or just to have a quiet time in this haven of peace.
8- Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau - close to the Casa Garden was established by the British East India Company in 1821 in Macau - in response to a lack of burial sites for Protestants in the Roman Catholic Portuguese Colony Macau was considered by the Portuguese to be sacred Roman Catholic ground and the authorities barred the burial of Protestants within its city walls whilst on the other side of the barrier gate the Chinese were equally as intolerant of the burial of foreigners in its soil. The tombstones are made of granite in general, differing in size, in style and design. In 2005 the cemetery was officially listed as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Centre of Macau.
9- Monte Forte - an almost-400-year-old, 100-by-100-meter stone fort, with superb sunset and casino views from the top. Together with Macau Museum inside, Monte Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is generally considered the premier historical attraction for tourists in Macau.
10- Cathedral of the Nativity of Our Lady - It is the current cathedral of the Diocese of Macau. The cathedral is included in the list of historical monuments of the Historic Centre of Macau, which in turn is included in the list of World Heritage Sites in China.
11- St. Dominic’s church - This church was placed on the World Heritage List in July 2005, and as such also became the 31st world heritage site of China. St. Domingo's Church annually becomes one of the performing grounds of the annual 'Macau International Music Festival'.
12- Planet J - Each zone features a number of interactive, which are mostly digital tablet inserted into a bigger themed display and some more active games such as hand-gesture fighting, twister and other skills games, which seemed fun to play as a family or a group of friends.
13- Flora Garden - It is Macau's largest public park. The garden used to be the ground for Flora Palace, a mansion during the Portuguese Macau era. It consists of an aviary, small zoo and patio. It also has flowerbeds, small waterfalls and belvedere.
14- Macau Giant Panda Pavilion - Nestled against a hill side in SeacPai Van Park in Coloane in a fan-shaped layout of about 3000m2, Macao Giant Panda Pavilion is designed to take advantage of combining the terrain's natural undulations with the architectural characteristics. Internal facilities include a logistic center with panda dens, bamboo-washing and storage quarters, feed preparation room, feed warehouse, control center and veterinarian clinic, etc.The outlook of the Macao Giant Panda Pavilion is designed to mimic nature, e.g. the yard is enclosed in a rock wall with some built-in panda habitat features. The indoor exhibit area is under a translucent film roof that offers more natural light than electric lighting. The roof of the whole pavilion is fashioned in the shape of a seashell.