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Guia Hill, Macau Peninsula, Macau, China
The whole place is lovely to walk around, you have the lighthouse, chapel next door, the history of the meteorological service in Macau, and a tunnel to explore. I hiked up, and found it fine with a break on the ample seating provided. Look closely at things, there might be hidden gems like in the chapel. There is also plenty of room for a picnic in the surrounding area between the lighthouse and the cable car, take some food, a few beers, and have a lovely view of Macau. When i was there, there were not too many Chinese tourists, but those that were there seemed to not care about anything other than a photo opportunity. I saw people climbing over walls on to a roof, ignoring all signage, and endangering themselves. This was not even isolated to here, i saw it at every historic sight i went to. I feel sorry for the security guards on duty, keeping these people in check must be like herding cats.
This was the first attraction we visited in Macau, was closer to our hotel but due to elevation the walk soon exhausted us. Do carry lots of water while visiting this place as there are no shops on top. View is great, good for some exercise as well. No entry fee. A small church and an information centre exists on top.