The oldest museum in Macau, opposite the A-Ma Temple. The museum’s exhibition building was built where the first Portuguese landed that year. The exhibition hall on the first floor makes people feel like they are on the deck of a ship. The exhibits on the top floor of the museum are related to navigation technology and marine vehicles. The underground exhibition hall mainly introduces the living conditions of fishermen in southern China and Macau. Exhibits include various Chinese sailing boats, inner harbor fish pens, and explanations of various fishing methods.
Right next to Mazu Pavilion, people who like maritime or museums can go, but those who are not interested in these can go without it. At that time, admission was free, and it seemed to be charged at ordinary times. It was near the fort. There are many stories about Macau’s history, which is worth visiting.
The display of the "Tanjia" customs and culture in the south coast, sea culture, let the tourists know more about the sea culture, it is worth going! Very characteristic, showing the history of China's navigation and Macao's history, especially the large number of exquisite Chinese ancient ship models, very interesting.
Macau is too small and expensive, and the population density is too high. Macau’s facilities are relatively small, but relatively complete. Wandering around the Matsu Temple, I happened to see it in the left corner of the square. There is a small blue and white three-story building with the Maritime Museum written on the door. This is the Macau Maritime Museum, because Macau is a maritime city by the sea, and maritime trade has developed. So it is not surprising that there is a maritime museum, which was once the place where the Portuguese landed. On the right side of the gate, I saw a dragon boat, which was used by Macau in the dragon boat race. Tickets to the museum are not expensive, 10 Australian dollars. The museum is like a three-masted ship with white sails, anchored in front of the A-Ma Temple. The underground exhibition hall mainly introduces the living conditions of fishermen in southern China and Macau. Exhibits include various Chinese-style sailing boats, inner harbour fish pens, and explanations of various fishing methods. ┅┅
The history of Macao's navigation is introduced, and there are many models of ships.
About 20 meters on the right side of the Mage Temple, tickets for adults 10Mop, although you need to pay, but I think the design and meaning expressed in the museum is quite worth exploring, very rich and interesting, there are the origin of Mage, the introduction of maritime related ships, There is also a small aquarium to visit. It is recommended that people who do not hurry can come here to visit. It takes about 1～2 hours to go through the P.S Maritime Museum. There is no hotel free shuttle bus, but there are many bus stop signs. You can get off at the station of "Ma Ge". The bus in Macau is cheap and convenient. You can use it more. ☺️ A very interesting museum shows the development of fishing in Macau. It also introduces the history of the Portuguese who came to the East and Zheng He went to the West seven times. The museum also introduces the evolution of shipping and foreign traffic in Macau. It is well worth visiting by those interested in Macao's maritime development. Macau is not too big, this maritime museum is not too big, but give me the feeling is "sparrow although small, all the organs are complete", the inside exhibition for tourists is indeed a lot of things, some have very deep cultural connotation. There are good fishing boats, the history of Macau, the shape of the beautiful shells, about the history of Macau's fishing development, more meaningful, to see the absolute recommendation.
Preston_Dominguez: 1 Largo do Pagode da Barra, Macau, China
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