Always a pleasure to visit this area beautiful and historic buildings and plazas very busy area but can find nice restaurants to relax at
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Beautiful historical place. Well worth a morning, a afternoon, or even a full day to get lost along these streets and get deep into the history of Macau, and it's historical monuments.
Fascinating to see the mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture and culture. Buildings with character and the shopping is quite good too. Quite a contrast with the Cotai district!
Cool to have Portuguese history mixed inside China! And food of both countries, all streets written in two languages, really feels like vacation!
Macau or Macao is an autonomous region on the south coast of China across the river from Hong Kong. It used to be a Portuguese colony until 1999 and it's the best place in the world to eat egg tarts. Macau is also famous because...More
When in Macau you must visit and experience the Portuguese influence in the Historic Centre. Walk through the side streets and taste the different type of pork jerky or local delicacies. Then walk up to the ruins of St Paul and do the touristy thing...More
Very easy walking, good shopping but could do with some more signage to find places as many or the tourist maps aren't all that clear. Great history showing the various cultures involved in the history. Have done a few hours, but have a lot more...More
Macau is studded with this complex of over 20 historic attractions that highlight the city's rich history and tradition. It is no surprise, then, that this collection of tourist spots made it to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. Having said so, these locations reflect...More