One of Macau's eight scenic spots is very close to the Venetian Hotel. It takes only 15-20 minutes to walk there. One of the scenic spots that must be visited in Macao. He is a combination of five Portuguese buildings, green in appearance, very small and fresh feeling, the color makes people see very comfortable, very Portuguese architectural flavor. Walk between the buildings, enjoy slowly, very shrimp. Before going there, I had made a strategy. I saw that it was necessary to buy tickets when I went to the building. Five Australian dollars per person was very cheap. As a result, I went there. I found that there was no need for tickets now. I just went in and visited the building directly. There were several buildings which retained the previous residential layout, and some became stores and sold things. At night, there will be lights, but it is not recommended to go at night, because at night, although there are lights, but can not see its green color, lost the architectural characteristics. Generally speaking, it is worthwhile to see that there is no need for tickets, which is impossible in other places, and there are not many people who can taste it carefully.
Sheraton on foot from Lulu went to the Portuguese Residential Museum in Longhuan. About two or thirty minutes later, five pale green Portuguese buildings were in front of us. The buildings near the water are beautiful and the landscape around them is beautiful. The first to three of the five buildings are museums for visitors, with admission tickets of A$5. The first one shows the home, study, bedroom, living room, bathroom of native Portuguese; the second one mainly shows pictures, letters, daily necessities, etc; the third one mainly shows clothes and life scenes through models. The surrounding environment is also very good, through the Yuanzai Municipal Park (Jiamou Park), you can see Zhang Ziyi's filming "very perfect" ending scene - Notre Dame Cathedral of Jiamou. This area has a good view. There are statues of James in the park. The nearby stairs are hidden in the green trees. The alley next to Notre Dame's Cathedral is the road to Guanye Street.
The next day I arrived in Macau, I decided to go to Longhuan Portuguese Residential Museum, Guanye Street and Venetian Resort in Taizai, and then to the Macau Peninsula on the third day, because I would like to go through customs to stay in Zhuhai on the third night, which might be a little time-intensive. Longhuan Portuguese Rhyme Residential Museum is strongly recommended. If you travel with a group, you will not come here. Therefore, tourists are mainly free, relatively few people. The Mint Green Portuguese Villa was once the residence of senior Portuguese officials. It was renovated and opened to the public free of charge. One of the villas displayed the native Portuguese residence. Others are opened up as museums, others for reception, and the photos are very beautiful! It's about 20 minutes'walk from Guanye Street and Venetian Resort. There is an electric pedestrian ladder between the Venetian Resort and it's very convenient. Just follow the sign. Galaxy Resort and Parisian Hotel are also nearby.
건물 색이 예뻐서 사진찍기 좋아요.근처에 비슷한 건물이 있는데 하나는 주택박물관, 기념품가게, 갤러리 등이 있습니다.앞의 습지와 공원도 좋습니다.노을을 찍으러 많이 옵니다.
Many travelers choose to come here in the daytime to take pictures, because they can take very small and fresh pictures. However, under the mistake of yin and yang, we arrived here only in the evening. There were only about five people on the scene, very few people. It's a surprise to find that a very beautiful night view of Macau can be taken here! Not only that, but also beautiful lighting and flowers. It's only about 10 minutes'walk from Guanye Street. It's definitely worth coming at night!
Longhuan Portuguese Rhyme is one of the eight scenic spots in Macao, and it is also a small and fresh place in the colorful houses of Macao. This is a place where many Macau couples take wedding photos. Tourist groups have not invaded, and the number of tourists is not large. Longhuan Portuguese rhyme has four mint green villas, which are free museums to visit. Residential museums are divided into native Portuguese homes, island homes, Portuguese regional homes, exhibition halls, catering hotels. Each museum exhibits different kinds of precious photographs and cultural relics, allowing visitors to experience the history of native Portuguese in Macao. When I came to the scene, I saw a wave of peppermint green, which seemed to cool down the hot summer and cool down instantly. This is really a small and fresh world. It's really suitable for shooting. The important thing is that there are really a lot of people, you can rest assured that a series of portraits, menthol green background how to shoot are good. Slow down and visit the museum to experience Macao's history and culture. Next to the museum is a church called Notre Dame Cathedral. The church building is three stories high with yellow exterior walls and simple front walls. It has neoclassical architectural style. It's also a good place to take pictures. Opposite Notre Dame Cathedral is the Civil Registry Wedding Room, which can also be visited and photographed. Walking from the Longhuan Portuguese Rhyme Museum to Guanye Street, a house called Jiamou Hall will be seen on the roadside. The color of mint green has also become a roadside landscape. Tips: Longhuan Portuguese Rhyme Residential Museum Address Coordinates: Waterfront Road Traffic Route in Tai Chai, Macao: Google map navigation can be done by car in accordance with the above method. Opening time near Guanye Street: 10:00-19:00 (closing on Monday)
Longhuan Portuguese Residential Museum is also a must-see attraction for Danzi, which is five green houses with strong Portuguese style. From Guanye Street to the Civil Affairs Bureau, the first building can enter the stairs, retaining the original Portuguese indoor, kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom, study, secondary bedroom, etc., intuitively let us feel the customs and habits of the former Portuguese; the second building only has one floor, which is full of appliances, letters and so on, and three buildings only have the appearance. No entry is allowed. There are a lot of people here. It's not easy to take pictures leisurely.
The Longhuan Portuguese rhyme on the hillside is not easy to find. It can be found near Guanye Street. It was dusk and sunshine when we went. Longhuan Portuguese Rhyme is a group of five Portuguese buildings. It used to be a native Portuguese residence. Now it is divided into museums with different themes. I don't know if it was too late for us to go there. Only one of the native Portuguese houses was open. For Macau, native Portuguese are a unique group of people. Their ancestors immigrated from Portugal to Macau. They converted to Portuguese culture, but they were born and bred in Macau. They also have their own language. Therefore, their architectural style has the characteristics of strong contrast between Chinese and Western cultures. Like most Portuguese cultures, they believe in Christ. They hang gods in front of their beds and pray sincerely before going to bed. At the same time, they are deeply fascinated by Eastern culture. They always put Chinese-style cabinets in their homes with beautifully carved sofas. Although they have different styles, they put them together in harmony. Apart from indoor visits, the outside is also a good place to take photos. There is a church next to it. There will be worship on weekends, but it is not open to visitors during worship. There is also a very large smoke lotus pond below. Lotus flowers are also in full bloom in summer. It's nice to pat flowers. There are a lot of mosquitoes. We are leaving the lotus pond soon.
The Longhuan Portuguese Rhyme Residential Museum was officially opened to the public on December 5, 1999. Those green houses are also very fresh colors. It's no pressure to take pictures in any corner slowly, if you have infinite patience to take pictures for you! The five Portuguese houses are: Native Portuguese Home, Island Home, Portuguese Regional Home, Exhibition Hall and Welcoming Hotel. Now this museum is an important cultural relic, architecture and heritage of Macao, and one of the most representative scenic spots in Macao. Although there aren't many places to visit, it's an excellent place for photography.
On the way from Guanye Street to Venetians, we passed through Longhuan Portuguese Rhyme with a beautiful name and beautiful architecture. The green Villa looks fresh and fresh. There is a wetland in front of the villa, and the lotus flowers inside are blooming. Inside the villa is not allowed to enter, there is a can enter, which is selling foreign wine, drinks and food, there is no photography.