About The Venue

Macau Science Center

The Macao Science Center also known as Macau Science Center is a science center in Sé, Macau, China. The project to build the science center was conceived in 2001 and completed in 2009. The building was designed by Pei Partnership Architects in association with I. M. Pei and construction started in 2006. The structural engineer was Leslie E. Robertson Associates. The center was opened in December 2009 by the Chinese President Hu Jintao.

The main building has a distinctive, asymmetrical, conical shape with a spiral walkway and a large atrium inside. Galleries lead off the walkway, mainly consisting of interactive exhibits aimed at science education.

There is also a planetarium with 3D projection facilities and Omnimax films.

The building is in a prominent position by the sea and is now a landmark of Macau. It is visible when arriving on the ferry from Hong Kong.


European Hotel Experience by the Harbour

With a sophisticated and exquisite design based on 18th century Prague, the Harbourview Hotel Macau brings its guests a unique hotel, dining and shopping experience. Our Hotel offers 389 comfortable guest rooms and 55 spacious suites with branded bathroom amenities and complimentary in-room Wi-Fi access to connect with friends and family. This unique experience combines historic charm and modern elegance, from the Shanghainese and international cuisine to the cocktails at the Praha Bar. The Jacuzzi, all-season indoor swimming pool and Gymnasium help guests unwind and relieve tension. Guests can also enjoy major tourist attractions on the Macau Peninsula. Our Art Nouveau style hotel ensures your stay will be an enjoyable lifestyle experience and a fantastic place to create memories.