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If you are visiting Macau for pleasure don't spend all your time in the gambling and neon palaces that abound in this small territory. Old Macao has been beautifully preserved and is well worth a stroll.
lots of tourist and good food if you want to avoid the crowds go early in the morning around 8am or at night at 9pm onwards but those time not all shops are open but quieter with less crowds and great for taking photos
Spent an enjoyable day walking around the historic area of Macau; highlights included the ruins of St Pauls, Senado Square, the Lou Kau mansion and the Mount Fortress. Great little food and drink outlets abound in the narrow side streets. Area is easily accessed by...More
Our first time in Macau and we enjoyed the stroll along the old streets of Macau. Lots to see, eat, shop. The place was surprisingly clean, compared to HK. The black and white cobble stoned walkways seemed intact and original, facade of old building were...More
We visited Macau for a day excursion to specifically to visit the Historic center of Macau. This part of the town has buildings that are left from when Macau was a Portuguese colony.
We found out that bus 3 could drop us off at Senado...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