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Coloane, a rural coastal town in southern Macau, is a quaint village that proves to be a bucolic break from hectic, neon-lit Macau City. Once ruled by the Portuguese, it is located directly south of Taipa Island, and was once a haven for pirates due to its many hidden coves. The quaint village, whose economy is driven by tourism and fishing, has retained its ... More>Portuguese style and wonderful restoration has seen its cobblestones streets and atmospheric buildings well-looked after. Home to two of the country's best beaches, Cheoc Van Beach and Hac Sa Beach, Coloane's best attractions include the Chapel of St Francis Xavier, Tam Kong Temple, the 20m-high A-Ma Statue atop the Alto de Coloane, the Tian Hou Temple, Macau's only golf course and the A-Ma Cultural Village.