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“A must visit destination”

Rua de S. Paulo (Dasanba) Street
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“A must visit destination”
Reviewed April 28, 2012 via mobile

A visit in Macau is never complete without visiting this place. Apart from having a good scenery of the local and history site, this place is connected with the outdoor bazaar where most of the fun comes in. You can get lots of good stuff like antique item, souvenir, food, clothing, and etc. Have a great fun...

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“Decent visit to Na Tcha Temple and the Old City Wall”
Reviewed January 23, 2012

We visited this street and area referred to as Dasanba that runs up to the Ruins of St. Paul steps and up to the Na Tcha Temple and Old City Wall. This area is also known as the Rua da Ressurreicao in Portuguese.

We didn't find anything particularly special about this street but we did enjoy our time in this area celebrating the Chinese New Year festivities. There are nicer streets that are very beautiful near St. Pauls, one of our favorites is the nearby Travessa da Paixao, a beautifully maintained, traditional Macanese street.

Visited January 2012
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