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Lou Lim Ieoc Gardens

Lou Lim Ieoc Gardens Review

These beautiful gardens were built in the 19th century by a Chinese merchant named Lou Kau. Rock formations, water, vegetation, pavilions, and sunlight were all carefully considered, and the balanced landscapes are the hallmark of Suzhou garden style. The government took possession and restored the grounds in the mid 1970s, so that today you can enjoy tranquil walks among delicate flowering bushes framed with bamboo groves and artificial hills. A large auditorium frequently hosts concerts and other events, most notably recitals during the annual Macau International Music Festival. Adjacent to the gardens, a European-style edifice contains the Macau Tea Culture House, a small museum with exhibits on the tea culture of Macau and China (Tues.–Sun. 9–7, free).

    Contact Information

  • Address: Estrada de Adolfo Loureiro, at Av. do Conselheiro Ferreira de Almeida, Downtown, Macau
  • Phone: 853/2835–6622
  • Cost: Free
  • Hours: Daily 6 am–9 pm
  • Location: Downtown Macau
Updated: 02-20-2013

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