Located at Monte Hill which just right to the east of the Ruins of the Church of St Paul, Macau Museum is easily accessible by a series of escalators. Well, that’s a great idea, saving us some leg energy, especially useful to my parents who are a bit tired.
The starting point of the escalator that leads to Macau Museum and Monte Hill.
While on the way to the escalator, we saw a Macau bird lover hanging the hanger with his pet birds to a tree (or taken it down?), while the bird chirped away merrily on the hanger. What a lovely and relaxing sight.
Entrance to the Macau Museum which located within Monte Fort. Admission fee MOP $15 for adult and MOP $8 for junior, with free admission on 15th of month. We gave Macau Museum a miss, as we’re rushing our way in order to go to Hong Kong, and most of my family were not interested in museum.
Well, if you do interest in Macau Museum, take a look at Museu de Macau homepage, where you can have a glimpse into the collections and exhibitions in the museum.