The introduction of Islam in Macau was prevalent before the Ming Dynasty. The number of Muslim merchants conducting business in Macau during the Ming and Qing Dynasty seen further development of Islam in Macau. With the outbreak of the Second World War, large numbers of Muslims in Zhaoqing, Guangdong province immigrated to Macau. There is currently an estimated 400 Muslim population. Introduce the muslim in Macau attracions in the following.
Macau mosque is in the direction of the Macau reservoir, it was
originally built by Muslims who were believed to have come from the
Portuguese army. Opposite is the Adjacent Cemetery which has graves that
date back hundreds of years.
Macau Mosque is situated at a very
pleasant and historical place of Macau facing the reservoir, Macau ferry
pier and helipad. It is believed that the mosque is perfect for Macau
sightseeing, the mosque was built by Muslims that came with the
Portuguese army. Originally these Muslims were recruited from
sub-continent (Goa, Bombay, Karachi and northern part of present
Pakistan) by the Portuguese army. Present building was built in early
Adjacent Cemetery is another historical place. There are
few Parsi graves and Muslims of various origin are buried there. These
graves are the proof of Macau's being a diverse and multicultural
society for many centuries. Some graves are over hundred years old.
Graveyard at the Macau Mosque is the proof of the Islamic link to Macau
Address, Ramal Dos Moros, Macau S.A.R. (China)
Macau Historic Center
Historic Centre of Macau is a living representation of the city's
historic settlement, encompassing architectural legacies interwoven in
the midst of the original urban fabric that includes streetscapes and
piazzas. These major urban squares and streetscapes provide the linkage
for a succession of over twenty monuments and places of worship.
Visiting the Historic Centre is one of the most amazing things to do in
Location: Macau Peninsula, Macau
New Yaohan Department Store
at the South Bay Commercial Road, only a few minutes walking away from
the heart of the city, New Yaohan Department Store is the biggest
shopping mall in Macau. Almost nobody will miss here if they come to
Macau, not only because shopping here is very convenient but also
because they can always find whatever they want here.
of a business area of 11,000 square feet and height of nine-story, New
Yaohan supplies many famous and luxury brands from cosmetics, fashion
staff, shoes, handbags, clothing, household goods and electrical
appliances. There is also a supermarket and a parking lot with 220
The department store is home of fashion brands,
including many upscale international ones, such as Burberry, Calvin
Klein, Chloe, Coach, D&G, Armani, Dunhill, Ferragamo, Gucci, Hugo
Boss, Paul Smith, Lacoste, Bvlgari, Chanel, Christian Dior and much
more. Muslim2China offers many muslim tour package to Macau for Singapore, Malaysia, India, Indonesia and other parts of the world.