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A historical site and icon of Macau. Usually full of visitors. Suggested to visit the Macau Museum and the terrace together, they are nearby. A night visit is also good as not so many people and avoid sun heat in day time.
Amazing how the Portuguese and Chinese cultures blended so well. The Portuguese did an amazing job in keeping their identity and respecting the Chinese culture at the same time. Great authentic Portuguese architecture and restaurants, on the other side of the world.
Forget the casinos...More
When I think of any old city like this I envision something more European with little restaurants and bars, great places to hang out and people watch over a pint. Well Hong Kong and Macau aren’t much of a drinking culture. After walking through all...More
Worth going to check out this area. We made the mistake of going mid afternoon - with the rest of the tourists in Macau. Umbrellas everywhere, and an odd rabbit statue addition to the surrounding gardens.
Worth a look and a selfie, doesn't take long...More
Most Mainland Chinese people will go to the Taipa-Cotai-Coloane side of Macau for shopping and gambling. However if you want to see beautiful architecture and be transported back to a by-gone era, you should visit the Macau peninsula to see the colourful buildings left by...More
It's just amazing to visit this place. We see only the front portion of the wall which is the remains of the church ruined by fire. You should never miss visiting the whole place. It reminds of how beautiful the church would have been before...More
Response from CharlieG_10 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The sites of the Central Macau are cobble stoned so may not be practical. It is flat for some of the way then there is a steep hill to the Church ruins. Plus it is very crowded. I would not recommend the visit