Nestled on the Macau Peninsula, known for its glittering casinos and high rises, Se is a freguesia that showcases diverse cultures, beautiful scenery and delicious delicacies. The area is dotted with picturesque squares, world-class museums and a quirky fisherman’s wharf.
Things to do in Se
Get acquainted with Se on a stroll through the photogenic Senado Square. Browse the various shops, heritage sites, restaurants and souvenir vendors or linger at an outdoor cafe. Walk inside the UNESCO-listed St. Domingo’s Church to see its 17th-century Baroque-style architecture and over 300 pieces of religious artwork.
Looking for an adrenalin-pumping activity? Gather your courage and visit the Macau Tower. Take a leap from the world’s highest bungee jump from a platform 233 metres above the ground and experience the ultimate free fall. If that’s not enough to test your courage, night bungee jumps are also available.
Head inside to explore some of Se’s fascinating museums. The Grand Prix Museum contains photos, videos and memorabilia related to the Grand Prix, while the Macau Wine Museum showcases the development of brewing culture and features 1,115 brands of wine, 50 of which are available for tasting.
Just a five-minute walk from the Macau Ferry Terminal is the Fisherman’s Wharf, the largest entertainment complex in Macau. You’ll find European-style architecture in this unique leisure park, where you can dine in themed restaurants and snap a photo with models of famous structures like the Roman Coliseum.
Getting around Se
The best way to explore Se is on foot, while shuttle buses, taxis and rental cars are also available. You can fly into Macau International Airport, but arriving at Hong Kong International Airport and taking the ferry from the Macau Ferry Terminal is the most common route.