Santo António is a civil parish (Portuguese: freguesia) in the western portion of the Macau Peninsula of Macau. It has the highest population density in Macau (98,776 persons per km²).
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Hoon Kim | Feb 1, 2018
Camoes Garden is a quite big park. Compared to the area of Macau, I would say this garden is huge. There is a statue of Saint Andrew Kim, who is the first Korean Catholic priest at this garden. The observatory deck of Camoes Garden does not offer a nice view, and you can barely see the Macau Tower only. Anyway, this park is pretty close to, or maybe inside the historic centre of Macau.
BradJill Travels | Jun 5, 2018
We really enjoyed our stop at the Camoes Garden and Grotto this past week. The Grotto area was decent and there were some interestingly patterned tiles leading into the heart of the garden area. However, what we really liked was the thick, flush green, rainforest like environment within the park. During the cooler months, this made a great break from the sun but did have us thinking about how hot and humid it must be here during the summer, probably not the best time in the world to visit. In this area of Macau, just north of the Ruins of St. Paul, there are several additional attractions, all inclusions of the UNESCO World Heritage collection for the Historic City Centre of Macau. These include Casa Garden, the Old Protestant Cemetery and St. Anthony's Church. However, we enjoy the Camoes Garden, which is a non-UNESCO attraction best within this group. Collectively, you can visit all of these attractions comfortably in one hour. Then you can move down to the heavyweight attractions starting at the Ruins of St. Paul, approx 6-8 minute walk away. If you are short on time in Macau, we'd suggest skipping the Camoes Garden and Grotto and attractions in this area and starting/finishing your sight seeing with the Ruins of St. Paul, where you will find more interesting and important UNESCO and non-UNESCO attractions in the central area of Macau. If you really like gardens, this is a good place to visit. Others that we like in this area of Macau include the very good Lum Iok Gardens, northeast of Tap Seac Square and the Jardim San Francisco near the Lisboa Hotel.
Jieyang Chong | Dec 10, 2017
A beautiful place with various attractions and breathtaking views of the surrounding areas. I particularly like the fact that there are always groups of local families or friends engaging in some kind of healthy, fun stuff. It makes the place seem even warmer and more welcoming.
gail mawili | May 16, 2018
1 of the best Parks to visit in Macau ~ a place to relax and unwind...
Carbo Kuo | May 26, 2018
The feeling of this garden is very Portuguese like in Europe.
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