just seeing the front of the building standing up like that and it has been that way since the 1800s is amazing.
All the tourism promotion book about Macau always point out to Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral. So, we decided to take photo here to prove that we have visited Macau. It was really crowded. It is not recommended to visit during long holidays in China, HK & Macau altogether. Too crowded. If you want a relax visit here with your... More
This place is almost the symbolic for Macau, once you will be back from Macau trip people will ask the first question that have you seen that ruin st. paul. Hence this is the must watch place of Macau. This place has been shown in various video songs and also in various photography, very simple place with nice lightings and... More
Originally it was the Church of Matel Del built 1602-1640 and was destroyed by fire in 1835. It's a good place to have your photo taken as a souvenir to mark your visit to Macau. When I was there the place are very crowed with tourist.
St. Paul's Cathedral Ruin is an Icon in Macau. You have not been to Macau if you have not visited this site. The facade is the only structure left of the cathedral. It also tell a tourists that Portugal has a big influence in the history of Macau. A lot of shops when you walk from senado square to the... More
Been here a few times. Everytime I am at Macau with someone new, beside casino, this is a place to be. Free food, wonderful view and nice people watching. But they stop allowing people up the 2nd storey of the ruin. Nowsaday, without any visitors, I will try to drop by the area for free food (again!!!) and the Nezha... More
We visited Macau on a very crowded Saturday. So many people! It was worth it to see the ruins of St. Paul Cathedral. Make sure you walk through to the opposite side as the back has lots of interesting stuff to see.
The wall of the ruin is a symbol of Macao during the Portuguese colony until today. It was a great masterpiece of ruin in Macao that enlisted in World Heritage Site. The architecture is amazing and job well done to the authority who preserve it well. There were nearby shops which sell Chinese delicacies such as cookies, tart, and dry... More
The foundation of the church was laid in 1602 and it was completed in 1637. The church caught fire three times one after another and it was rebuilt after each fire three times leaving on the façade of the Church. Today the ruin is the most famous landmark of Macau. Before reaching the steps to the ruins you will pass... More
Disagree. Only the most published places are displayed. Macau has far more precious attractions missed out by people and visitors. One has to spend a little more time there, going around and through the alleys like one does in Beijing or Shanghai. Then one may find the real breath of this miniature Europe in this part of Asia.
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