This place is very photogenic and it seems like you were somewhere in Europe. Well built and very nice!
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Great place to explore - avoid Sunday afternoon, unless you want to be swamped by mobs. There's plenty to see and do. Try to get off the beaten track and explore the back alleys and smaller local galleries and cafes etc. Look for the public...More
This is a must-visit place in Macau. The place is usually filled with tourists. However, when we visited, it was raining and hence not many tourists around. There are several shops around this place, many of them high end ones. A short, slightly uphill walk...More
When you get into a taxi, instead of saying "Senado Square", say "San Malo". I got that information from a really helpful concierge in our hotel. Be prepared to walk, so if it's sunny, wear cool clothes and caps or hats. If it's rainy, bring...More
The place is highlight of Macau , taxi from City of dream casino to here not much expensive. but there're lot of people walking around so a bit difficult to get the nice shot.
It's a lovely street, with Portuguese colonial architecture, which probably looks better now than it ever did in the past. It's a great place to take some time and relax, strolling, sitting, and a perfect place for watching people - who are watching you!
If you are in Macau I guess it's a must visit. It does lead you on to the St.Paul' Cathedral. I the shopping is all mainly just luxury goods, watches and jewelry. The fountain is the selfie hub of this place. The Portuguese restaurants are...More
This is basically a central square, a meeting place in Old Macau. The unique thing is the portugese architecture of the buildings and the distinct pattern of the pavement. It is a busy square with hoardes of shop running from the square to the St...More
I think the main curiosity value of Sonado square is that is it a piece of Portugal in China - the surprise value. Otherwise it's just a normal European styled square. There are often various activities happening there though - I saw some bands and...More