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“Walk Look Eat See”

Rua de S. Paulo (Dasanba) Street
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Ranked #4 of 37 Shopping in Macau
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Reviewed February 18, 2014

Walk walk walk you see something you feel delicious.
Eat and look around, there is more to buy.

This is the street walking up to St.Paul Cathedral and museum.

Thank siauhwa
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Reviewed December 11, 2013

As you reach Dasanba street, is just beside the St.Paul Cathedral! So just relax and shop around this area. You might get some souvenir or local merchandise! i have bought few rare souvenir that you can't get in your country! Just search around, you might surprise yourself! There is a lot of restaurant near by Dasanba street! Should try!

Thank lawrenceChin
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Reviewed November 23, 2013 via mobile

Tripadvisor should pay more attention to naming conventions. There is no "Dasanba street" in Macau. There is either Rua do Sao Paolo (Saint Paul street, if somebody is eager to translate) or hieroglyphs set in order to imitate the name, actually sounding like "ta sun pa" = "da Sao Pa(olo)"

3  Thank Borys B
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Reviewed November 22, 2013

Just your average tourist spot, plenty of people going about their thing, very crowded. Some nice little shops and some average photo opportunities.

Thank brendon k
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Reviewed November 18, 2013

Whilst much of a muchness after awhile because of the repetition of pork selling shops, it is nonetheless all part of the wonderful experience of traditional Macau. Lots of people pushing and shoving but the craziness is enjoyable after the leadup of colourful buildings, brilliantly cobblestoned paths, narrow laneways and tourist sights. After you navigate the street you are rerwarded by the ruins of St Paul's Church. Could not miss the opportunity of walking back for more of Dasanba Street but the downward slope was appreciated.

1  Thank elekesla
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