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Jardim do Sao Francisco (S. Francisco Garden)

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A nice escape from the towering hotels

It's a beautiful little garden that feels tucked away from all the shiny hotels. The unique pink... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2018
London, United Kingdom
Oldest garden in Macau

Jardim de S. Francisco is one of the oldest garden in Macau. It was a small European style garden... read more

Reviewed 7 February 2016
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18 Jun 2018
“A nice escape from the towering hotels”
7 Feb 2016
“Oldest garden in Macau”
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Reviewed 18 June 2018

It's a beautiful little garden that feels tucked away from all the shiny hotels. The unique pink architecture makes it easy to spot from the street and feels like a refreshing escape. It's relatively small; you can walk the grounds in about 10 minutes. I...More

Thank jem2amae1
Reviewed 7 February 2016

Jardim de S. Francisco is one of the oldest garden in Macau. It was a small European style garden with a children playground, small fountain & tower. It is located within walking distance from Lisboa Hotel. This is not an usual tourist attraction, but you...More

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Reviewed 21 December 2015

This is a wonderfully kept garden area just one among many others scattered around Macau most of them have beautifully flora, seating and restroom facilities and most surprising of all there is free Wifi facilities throughout Macau. There is more to Macau than gambling there...More

1  Thank Laurie B
Reviewed 30 September 2015

Jardim de S. Francisco (San Francisco Garden) is one of the beautiful and interesting gardens that you've probably never heard of in Macau. Located behind the Grand Lisboa hotel, this well landscaped and architecturally interesting city park is much enjoyed by local residents but is...More

5  Thank BradJill
Reviewed 6 June 2015

Nice European style garden with flowers, a fountain, small tower, and a children's playground. Beautifully lit after dark. Don't go out of your way to get there but it's a good place to relax and enjoy.

Thank N K
Reviewed 11 February 2013

The lovely Jardim de S. Francisco (San Francisco Garden) is not a hidden gem but is a place rarely visited by those making quick trips to Macau. You can find this garden/park area just behind the Lisboa Hotels and the pink colored Military Club. This...More

1  Thank BradJill
Reviewed 28 January 2012

We stopped by the S. Francisco Garden near the Lisboa and Grand Lisboa hotels this past weekend. This is a lovely garden area, with a historic stairs and lined with a coat of bright pink paint, which matches the colour of the adjoining S. Francisco...More

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