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One of the interesting things to see before or after your visit to the Ruins of St. Paul's is the small section of the 16th-century Old Wall which has been preserved and rests next to the Ruins and Na Tcha Temple.
Here you will find...More
I am not sure if there is any more of the wall remaining in Macau but next to Na Tcha Temple there is a small section of the red bricked wall. The wall was constructed from 1569 to protect the city against Chinese and Dutch...More
A peculiar addition to Macao World Heritage is the 10-12 metre surviving section of the Old City Wall which was constructed as early as 1569. You will find the wall fragment next to the Na Tcha Temple near the top of the Ruins of St....More
The old walled city is a good visit to ancient Macau, but don't expect too much.
One can see the walls while visiting Saint Paul's Ruins, but one can take a little more time and begin to understand the history and progression of the relationship...More
The views over Macau from the walls are panoramic and provide an excellent spot for photographers. The site is very well maintained with gun emplacements and cannon still in place.There is a escalator to assist with the steep climb up to the fort area. If...More
Well maintained old city walls from the Portuguese times, nice to walk around on a nice day. You can get a very good view of the city from the top of the walls. If you have time you should visit the museum as well.
An interesting inclusion in the Macau World Heritage collection is the small remaining segment of the Old City Wall, found at the back of the Ruins of St. Paul, next to the small Na Tcha Temple.
This wall fragment reaches back to the mid 16th...More
This review is quite late. It does not take much of your time to visit the Old Walled City especially if you are seeing Na Tcha Temple which is located within the same area. Nothing much is left from the old walls but it is...More