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2024/02/07

Lai Chi Vun Shipyards stage evening concert in February

In order to promote public appreciation of its participation in culture and the arts and to provide more performance platforms for local artistic and cultural practitioners, the Cultural Affairs Burea...

2024/02/01

Temporary arrangements at the Ruins of St. Paul’s on 3 February due to the 2024 “Happy Chinese New Year” programme of activities

Due to the 2024 “Happy Chinese New Year” launching ceremony and to the “Happy Chinese New Year, Macao Full Spring” Concert to be held in the evening of 3 February at the Ruins ...

2023/10/12

Applications are open for new phase of the special weekend market in the Lai Chi Vun Shipyards

In order to enrich the cultural tourism and leisure experience of the public and tourists, the Cultural Affairs Burau (IC) continues to hold a featured market in the Lai Chi Vun Shipyards – Plot...

2023/10/12

Round-trip bus service to the Lai Chi Vun Shipyards will be suspended on 14 and 15 October

Temporary traffic measures are implemented on Estrada de Lai Chi Vun from today to 20 October (Friday). The round-trip bus service to the Lai Chi Vun Shipyards provided by the Cultural Affairs Bureau ...

2023/10/11

Former Mater Dei Church and Exhibition of Virtual Reality will close temporarily next week for regular maintenance

Due to the regular maintenance and inspection of the former Mater Dei Church, the Ruins of St. Paul’s (including the Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt) will be temporarily closed to the public on 1...

2023/09/28

Mount Fortress Garden transformed into a distinctive night-time scenic spot presenting festive activities and a light show

Jointly organised by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC, from the Portuguese acronym) and Melco Resorts & Entertainment, the “Mount Fortress in the Moonlight – Special Event for the Mid-A...

2023/09/04

Lai Chi Vun Shipyard will reopen to the public Applications are open for new phase of the special weekend market

The Cultural Affairs Bureau has completed the inspection, cleaning works and site decoration of the Lai Chi Vun. The Shipyard will reopen to the public tomorrow (5 September). In order to enrich the c...

2023/09/02

Most of the cultural facilities under the Cultural Affairs Bureau will reopen to the public tomorrow

After the passage of the typhoon “Saola”, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) carried out inspection and cleaning works of the cultural facilities, including heritage sites, public libraries,...

2023/08/04

Cultural Affairs Bureau continues to provide free bus service to the Lai Chi Vun Shipyards

In order to facilitate the journey of residents and tourists to the Lai Chi Vun Shipyards, the Cultural Affairs Bureau continues to provide the free bus service on Saturdays, Sundays and on public hol...

2023/08/01

Applications are open for phase 3 of the special weekend market in the Lai Chi Vun Shipyards

The Lai Chi Vun Shipyards – Plots X11-X15 have been inaugurated recently. In order to enrich the cultural tourism and leisure experience of the public and tourists, a featured market has been se...

2023/06/25

Lai Chi Vun Shipyards – Plots X11-X15 inaugurated creating a space for cultural and recreational activities dedicated to the theme of shipbuilding industry

In order to promote the revitalization of the Lai Chi Vun Shipyards and create a space for cultural and recreational activities dedicated to the theme of Macao's shipbuilding industry, the Cultural Af...

2023/05/12

Guia Chapelclosed to the public from 16 to 19 May

Due to inspection works, the Guia Chapel and some peripheral areas, under the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), will be temporarily closed to the public from 16 to 19 May, . During this period, , the Guia...