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I’m in Macau for the first time. Always wanted to come here and go to Hong Kong often. This is the “real” Macau and you must spend at least 2-3 hours wandering the streets and checking out many of the historic sites. The combination of...More
Having visited Portugal last year, I was interested to see how much of the Portuguese influence remains. The answer: a lot!! There are many, many well-preserved buildings, and narrow streets and squares of the black and white terrassae that are slippy when wet -- just...More
This is a UNESCO site. It includes a least 30 sites that exemplify the Portuguese influence in China. Everything is beautiful, clean, and safe. The locals are friendly.Everything is free. Macau is indeed a very generous city and as such it deserves a lot of...More
Macau truly comes alive here with crowds of people, shopping, food, historical sites, and always some fun displays.
This is a must stop when in Macau. Its a fun walk from many casinos. Its a great place to grab quick food, take pictures, shoo, exchange...More
Although Ruin of St. Paul's might be the no 1 photographed place, this is a must visit (in a way, it is connected and the same. You can start from the Ruin and walk all the way to Largo do Senado/Senade square or go reverse)....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