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- A festive vibe prevails here with live entertainment in the background. Many choices of authentic Asian cuisine in an open setting (not confined to the walls of a restaurant). A wonderful experience for the whole family as there are some free train rides, clowns and other interests for kids also.Written July 7, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- A 'hidden gem' in the Historic Centre of Macau is tiny Rua Dos Ervanarios which is located just southwest of Rua de. San Paolo and parallel to Rue de Nossa Sra. do Amparo. If there is a street that could be used to describe 'China meets Portugal' in Macau - this is it!
Rua Dos Ervanarios is a tiny, narrow walking lane lined with old Chinese shops and surfaced with beautiful Portuguese style pavement known as calçada portuguesa. The street makes for really neat photographs and shows one the marriage of Chinese and Portuguese heritage, something one can only see here in Macau.
Note: In recent years, a handful of tourist related stores have started to take over the southern end of Rua Dos Ervanarios. This is good for tourists who manage to visit this area but does mean that the street is losing some of its original charm. As such, best to see this 'hidden gem' street before it is fully transformed by tourism.Written December 5, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- A minor 20th century attraction in the St. Anthony district of Macau is Cinema Alegria (also referred to as Wing Lok Theatre). This is cinema house built in 1952 in Art Deco style on Estrado do Repouso.
The cinema still has shows and performances. While the interior has been renovated several times over the decades, the exterior maintains its Art Deco design and form, making it rather neat to see if you enjoy this form of 20th century architecture.
You can have a brief look at Cinema Alegria if you plan to visit nearby attractions such as the Lin Kai Temple and the Fire Services Museum.Written May 10, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- This is a small street that connects Senado Square to Rua de Se to the south. It is quite short and offers little in the form of sightseeing value other than views of the square from the elevated southern end of Travessa do Roquete. Stand there and have a look back at Senado Square for good picture-taking if sky conditions and weather are good.Written March 19, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.