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Rua de S. Paulo (Dasanba) Street

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BradJill wrote a review Feb 2020
Hong Kong, China130,934 contributions23,231 helpful votes
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Rua de Sao Paulo is a popular 'food street' located between Rua da Palha and Largo da Companhia de Jesus where you find the footsteps leading up to the Ruins of St. Paul's. The street is lined with Macanese speciality snack shops, dessert and other food shops and has become one of the busiest locations in the city since the rise in tourism in Macau over a decade ago. On most days, you will find this narrow pedestrian street very crowded. On weekends it can be shoulder-to-shoulder crowds, making it difficult to pass through to see the Ruins. Thousands pack into Rua de Sao Paulo to sample free foods and make purchases from famous places like Koi Kei, Choi Heung Yuen and other pastilerias (bakeries) and shops found on the street. However, that is not the case now with the Coronavirus Outbreak which has more or less shut down Macau for the time being. Passed by yesterday and found 90% of the shops closed down and only a handful of pedestrians on Rua de Sao Paulo. I haven't seen it this empty of people in the past 15 years, a remarkable yet sad scene at the same time. Hopefully the virus outbreak will clear up so that tourists return, filling up its streets once again soon.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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TorontoBonnie wrote a review Jan 2019
Toronto8 contributions5 helpful votes
it's worth the crowds in the heat, because the energy of this street, the architecture and food are fantastic. The church visit is definitely a highlight.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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palawanismyhome wrote a review Dec 2018
Puerto Princesa, Philippines19,622 contributions300 helpful votes
This little place called Dai Gwan is found at the beginning of the street and is supposed to serve the best black pepper bun in Macau. Indeed they were tasty and i believe they cost 18 MOP each. In fact i had two and it filled me up so i had to go without dinner. The address is No 1 Rua De S Paulo
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴 wrote a review Dec 2018
Macau, China2,248 contributions379 helpful votes
Rua de S. Paulo is a fun 'Food Street' in the Historic Centre of Macau that makes for a neat place to try free samples of Macanese speciality snacks at the many pastilerias (bakeries) that line the street. You'll find this street running up to the square just in front of the Ruins of St. Paul's. Here you will find several Koi Kei Bakeries and Choi Heung Yuen Bakeries, the two most famous brands in Macau along with other local pastilerias. You can try varieties f jerked beef, almond cookies and other snacks. Many of the places sell the famous Portuguese style egg tarts as well. If you like the snack samples, you can make purchase at any of these shops. Note: Rua de S. Paulo is very busy throughout the day. Due to the very narrow configuration of this food street, expect shoulder-to-shoulder foot traffic here. Just be patient making your way from shop to shop or when trying to go straight through in route to the Ruins of St. Paul's.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Oshna wrote a review Jul 2018
Shimoga, India75 contributions27 helpful votes
Lot of people know it as Colosseum of Macao (referring to the Colosseum in Rome). Although not as huge as the original Colosseum, this site is a must visit at night as the lights brighten up the whole place.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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