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A short cable car ride to the top. Cost next to nothing. No entry fee to the park. The fort closes by 1800, so need to plan accordingly. The part itself is super on the top of a mountain. There are lovely paths for walking....More
It was quite an easy walk from Grand Lapa. I've attached a map that shows the path. We went in the morning around 9am and saw many locals doing their morning walks. Nice view and a different feel of macau.
If you’re looking for a place to get sweat, then Guia Park will be the best.
Though make sure to use insect repelant lotion, since the park have lots of mosquito and different insects 😅
A morning walk/jog, will surely help you to lose some...More
Its really some Portugese history in Macau. I really like to be here because it shows some history of Macau that appear to be really well mentained. You should be aware that it is not that accesbile though
First visit off the ferry - took a taxi to the cable car and rode up to the top of the hill (short but enjoyable ride - and only $3 mop per person return.
At the top the lighthouse is sign posted and about a...More
It's quite a hike up to the fortress and lighthouse, but worth it. There is a cable car system that will take you from the foot of the hill, but it doesn't go to the fortress, so you will need to hike regardless. The lighthouse...More
We walked to the Guia Fortress from the historic centre of Macau. We did not use the cablecar to get up the hill - we walked up the hill. There is a lighthouse on top, and from near here you can get some good views...More
Sadly, the answer is no. You can walk up Calcado do Goia (street) past Hotel Guia and then up the street to the base of Guia Hill and Fortress attractions, but the rest of the walk is on cobblestoned walkways that are uneven... More
Sadly, the answer is no. You can walk up Calcado do Goia (street) past Hotel Guia and then up the street to the base of Guia Hill and Fortress attractions, but the rest of the walk is on cobblestoned walkways that are uneven and unsuitable for wheelchair access.
You can also take the cable car up to Guia Hill from Flora Park. However, again, you will face some challenging areas for making your way over to Guia Fortress on wheelchair.