Located in the fortress of Monte , where the Portuguese first set foot the Museum of Macau is the largest museum in Macau. The construction of the museum started in 1996 and opened in 1998. Unlike many other museums , this museum does not operate under one specific theme. The museum aims to highlight the unity that existed between nationals from varying backgrounds and to maintain the culture, customs and traditions.
Many of the hotels in Macau are centered around the city which is close to the museum located at the heart of this vibrant city. One of the highly recommended options among holiday makers is the . Located in the heart of the city the hotel is perfect to explore most of Macau.
The exhibition center is three storied building that features many historic exhibits , a staggering 3000 exhibits are on display. The exhibition is classified into three : namely the first floor which features original civilization , the second floor which features popular art and traditional culture, the final floor features the contemporary Macau art.
The visit to the museum can be completed with walks along the walls of the fort which offer panoramic views of the city.
The Macau city has many beautiful attractions within it ,, such as the world’s largest casino complex , Venetian Macau., the fortress the old Macau city are some of the places not to be missed. The Macau science center is one of the most interesting museums to be visited while staying in Macau as it features a very interactive setting.
A nother key attraction is the City of Dreams just across the Venetian. Features a collection of hotels and hosts world class Dancing water shows. The city of dreams also hosts many other shorter shows during the day.
Uditha Dharmawardhane is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Roland Lefevre. He specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+