As usual, we cannot give this place a miss. We have so much to do in so little time. Shopping was good with so many shops to choose from and food is easily available.
For a set of ruins, it is still rather well-maintained, especially given the number of tourists daily. It is quite hard to miss, given the well-labelled signs. The only thing is that it will be tough to get a clear direct photo of it because it is so crowded!
this is a must go in Macau. this is like the main attraction when visiting Macau. the historical landmark is stunning !! its always full of people, on the stairs leading to the monument. and close to Senado Square and Macau Museum.
I've been to the Ruins of St. Paul's a number of times. It's quite fun and the area around the ruins offer a very European experience within the confines of China. St. Paul's is not a lot more than a bit of important history and quite a famous landmark.
Everyday, a lot of tourist from all over the world will visit this place as is main attraction in Macau, China. Actually this place is a great spot to take photo and relax by walking along the street. There is a lot of shop selling souvenir, merchandise, local food, drinks and many variety of local products. Price at here is... More
Well..everyone says a must to go when u r in Macau, for a photo?? The only interesting thing is the shops. For food I guess. A good place to be but not very baby strollers friendly.
It is a crowded place but a confirmed Macau symbolical spot. To me, it is just a piece of wall with a lot of people surrounding it. Just take a snap-shot and go. Since it is beside the Mount Fortress, after viewing the ruins head there. For food, just try the portuguese egg tart and skip the pork bun! The... More
The road from Senado Square to the ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral takes you past a lot of stores. Many that offer free cookies and jerky samples, of course with the intention for you to purchase. By the time we reached the site my belly was filled. There are signs pointing in the direction and path to the ruin. Yet... More
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