Around Grand Coloane Resort - Tour 1

Walking Tour from Grand Coloane Resort until the top of Coloane mountain

Around Grand Coloane Resort - Tour 1


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From Grand Coloane we walk through Hac Sa Beach, we enter in the Coloane mountain and we follow the circuit until Tin Hau temple. From there we reach A-Ma goddess statue, the highest point of our tour. We go down first until Hac Sa Barrage Park and, finally, we are back on Hac Sa Beach and Grand Coloane Resort.

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What You'll See on the Tour

Our tour starts in Grand Coloane Resort. In front of the Hotel' main entrance, we have a lawn area with flags, from where we can see all Hac Sa beach. Following a small path near this sightseeing area, we access Hac Sa beach. Walking alon... Read more
Hac Sa beach has several entertaining areas besides the beach, as: The Leisure Area at Hac Sa Beach, frequented by locals that come here to do picnics, play sports or simply enjoy the day. A Municipal Swimming Pool with Olympic size The wel... Read more
From Hac Sa Beach car park, through Luis de Camões street - sided by Helen Garden buildings - we reach the entrance point to Coloane mountain. It has the code number C36 of the mountain circuits.
Climbing the stone steps from Point C36 we will reach Point C12 - from where we turn right and go straight until point C15. It is a hard part of the circuit given its many steps. But, in the end, we will have some seats and a table to rest ... Read more
From Point C15 we access the Picnic park on the mountain's peak. We can enjoy some interesting scenic views along the way. One of them, a bit off-circuit, is the Stone watch tower, accessible through point C13 - you have to climb a few s... Read more
In the Alto de Coloane Park we have a play area for children and picnic facilities. Although requiring cleaning of the vegetation for a better scenic view, we can have it along the stairs we climbed to reach this area. From there, you can ... Read more
A-Ma cultural village is a 7,000 sqm cultural complex from the 17th or 18th century which celebrates the godess of seafarers. The village architecture mainly comprises a pavilion-style front gate, a carved marble altar, Tin Hau Palace, Dres... Read more
A-Ma is the goddess of seafarers. This statue, sculptured by Lung Man Nin and erected in 1998, is the tallest A-Ma statue in the world! Legend relates that A-Ma protected fishermen and merchants who sailed to Macau. In gratitude for her pro... Read more
From this point you can enjoy a great view over Hac Sa under chinese pavillion. A great place to seat and relax a bit!
In this park you can enjoy the scenic view over the lake of the barrage, the Paddleboats (open from 11am to 5pm every day, for 2 or 4 persons, 20 or 40Mops respectively for each 20min), the grass skiing ground (reserved for children aged 3... Read more
Leaving the Hac Sa Barrage Park, you arrive to the Hac Sa road. You have to cross it and find the path that will take you back to the Laisure Area at Hac Sa Beach. After the journey, you can either relax on the beach or go straight to Grand... Read more


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