|Address：||Avenida de Sidónio Pais|
|Transportation：||Public Bus Information Station|
|Facilities：||animal zone, cable car station, children's bike/children's scooter ground, plant labyrinth, children's play facilities, fitness facilities, beverage vending machine, public toilet|
The cable car station at the entrance of the park was completed in 1997. Passengers can take a ride on the cable car to reach Guia Hill Municipal Park. They can look down from their cable cars to get great views of the entire Flora Park on the way.
OPENING HOURS OF CABLE CAR 8:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.DAILY
Single ticket – MOP 2.00
Return ticket – MOP 3.00
Special concessionary return ticket – MOP 2.00
Children (aged 12 or below)
Elderly people (aged 65 or above)
It is the only park in downtown Macao with a built-in zoo that was constructed in 1959. During the large-scale repair of the zoo spanning from 1996 to 1997, all its animal enclosures, including that of birds, monkeys and bear, were enlarged. It is home to a diversity of mammals and birds today.
During the term of office of Governor Tomás de Sousa Rosa in the 19th century, the park villa was once called the botanical park as it was selected as the nursery of plants used for beautification of Guia Hill and the streets of Macao, and for greening newly built parks. Nowadays, the wide pathway that begins at the entrance of the park is flanked by a variety of shrubs and shade trees. At the end of it is a small pond surrounded by covered corridors and a fountain with a fish-shaped water jet. The stairway nearby the fountain leads up to Guia Hill Municipal Park.
The other facilities of the park include the Flora Eco-Centre, children’s playground, fitness equipment and cobblestoned footpaths, etc. The park provides a leisure and recreational area for residents.