Macau Beyond Casinos Tour: Hac Sa Long Chao Kok Coastal Trail (黑沙海濱馬路)

By Tin Gallemaso - 2:03:00 PM

Whoever said you'll only see casinos when in Macau didn't even took the time to research more about the place. In fact, there is a hiking trail in Coloane and it's very beautiful! 

Macau beyond casinos link: here.


Hac Sa Beach

There's a bus route that goes directly to this beach so locating this place won't be problem from wherever you're staying in Macau. 


As you can see from the guide map above, there are two kinds of trail in this area -  one is the coastal trail (red line) which I'll be blogging about in this article and the other one is the mountain trail (blue). 

We started from the red pin at the upper left of the map and ended before the villas since there's an enty/exit point there which is near a bus stop. 


Facing Hac Sa Beach, the trail head is on the right side. It should be easy to spot since the color of the boulders in this area is different. 



Good thing that it wasn't sunny when we went here 'cause imagine hiking when the sun is all out and there are no big trees for shade. It was, however, very beautiful and relaxing. The ocean breeze that hits your face as you walk pass the beautiful stone formations isn't something you'd expect to experience while touring Macau. 


The trail is well-paved and the entire area felt safe. 


Looking forward for that pagoda over the sea but it was under renovation. Should be done by now since I am posting this almost a year after our Macau trip. MAGALING! HAHAHA! 


DIBA ANG GANDA!

SINONG MAGSASABI NA MACAU 'TO SA UNANG TINGIN KUNG ALAM NG MGA TAO E PURO CASINO? HEHE.

I read before that this is sometimes called the dinosaur trail because of the size and the color of the boulders you'll see along the trail. 



These villas marks of the coastal trail, the other side of the villa is another beach called Cheoc Van Beach. 


 The walk to the exit is a bit steep but bearable. 



This is a part of the mountain trail but we just took pictures and went the other way for the bus station that brought us to the Macao Panda Pavilion. 

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