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Casa Garden

English: Casa Garden, Traditional: 東方基金會會址, Simplified: 东方基金会会址

The Casa Garden is a small park and heritage site in Macau.

Here, you will find a beautiful garden and an old heritage house.

Casa Garden, History, Opening Hours, Statues, Pond, Gate, Macau

The heritage home was built in 1770 to originally function as the home for Manuel Pere Ira, a renowned Portuguese merchant of the time. Later, the East India Company leased the property to utilise it for its headquarters in the country, as many of its top officials lived here for some time. In 2005, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the headquarters for the Orient Foundation’s local delegation and functions as a cultural centre.

The Casa Garden is important in fostering the exchange of Macanese/Chinese and Portuguese art. Occasionally, art exhibits take place here, so be sure to check for updated events during your visit.

The house is quite an architectural beauty, with its white exteriors punctuated with red. Elegant shutters and arched windows outside are reminiscent of the colonial era. Meanwhile, a majestic set of granite steps takes visitors to the entrance, leading you to a main hall that is superbly decorated with European influences.

Outside the home is a gorgeous garden with a small fish pond. The lawns are maintained well, making it a delightful place to stroll and admire the property. In addition, a statue of Bernardino Senna Fernandes and a Chinese deity can also be found here.

It has become an important part of the local community as many seniors enjoy exercising in the grounds, though tourists are also welcome to spend time and discover the area.

If you are looking for something special to discover in Macau that’s off the tourist path, the Casa Garden is highly recommended.

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