Located in the old part of Macau, it's beautiful under a sunny sky. Walk to the fort to see the beautiful views of Macau
About Ruins of St. Paul's
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Needless to say, this is a must see when in Macau. The ruins are amazingly a sight to behold. Worth the visit, and you just need to spend less than an hour here.
A definitive landmark of macau that most people will know. However the entire place is swamped with tourists that makes even getting a nice photo hard without people at the back photobombing. The museum inside might not be worth your time unless you are really...More
We took a day trip from HK. The ruins are attractive and very popular with the locals. The whole area is lovely with cafes, museums and shops nearby. The ferry is expensive, but only takes an hour.
The Ruins of St Paul's are beautiful... But the tourist site gets so packed and the walk up is reminiscent to Paris' path to Montmartre - swamped with vendors catering specifically to tourists. Go and enjoy, but be prepared for the crowds.
Regardless of where you are staying in Macau, or Hong Kong for that matter, take the time to visit these ruins for a little bit of fantastic culture and history.
I found this difficult to find. It's not well signposted in my opinion and we couldn't find any English speaking people to ask. This resulted in treking for well over an hour in the heat. We almost gave up but found it just in time....More
Ruins of St. Paul is a must see sightseeing place. You could feel the magnificent architecture from the bottom of the slope. The structure was well preserved. Since this is a hot tourist spot, expect a lot of tourists as well as locals. Best picture...More
they have gone into an overdrive to sell the ruins.there is definitely a necessity of ruing which come with memory.This seems to be taking it too far.