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I dont know why it just felt nostslgic even if it was my first time visiting there. Maybe its the vibe, that kind of vibe that makes you feel something. So much history that we don’t know about, maybe its one of the reasons why...More
These ruins are the most famous site in Macau. The Ruins of St Paul's are what remains of the church of Mater Dein that was built in 1602 to 1640. The church and the associated college burnt down in 1835. It is worth the climb...More
This Historical Religious Attraction is A Must See in Macau, it is best to read up on the history before your visit as there wasn't any information that we could find. There are apparently 68 stone steps to get to the top which are crowded,...More
The very nice scene, historical value and marvellous building. Ancient building of a church which was destroyed by a fire during a typhoon in 1835. It is a very good place to learn the history of Macau. Just too many Chinese visitors all around the...More
St Pauls ruins speak to the amazing and valuable connection between Europe and China forged 450 years ago, which endures today. It’s a lovely stroll up gentle stairs to the surviving facade. Volunteers abound and are keen to help. Don’t miss the Crypt.
Your trip to Macau would not complete without visiting this place. We know this place is going to crowded during daytime, so we manager to come once in midnight and morning the next day.
To reach this site, you will walk a tons of Macau...More
If you go to Macau, you have to pass by Saint Paul’s Ruins . It’s the city’s most visited monument , and you’ll probably be stunned by the facade of this demolished church. The only problem might the number of‘ tourists , very noisy and...More
The Ruins is stunning! So if you do want to get unobstructed views of photobombers in the background...go early! I went around 11:00 and it wasn't that bad. It was my first stop, so I went to visit the surrounding streets to sample the egg...More
We had the day and night in Macau and decided to visit the ruins of St Paul. The streets are packed full of local shops trying to flog you items and when you finally make it to the ruins it’s kind of disappointing. However, if...More
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From Big Casino to another you can use Free Shutter Bus (Can accommodate big no of people), but to get to Senado, certain place beside Casino you can use the Taxi (for pack of 4), traveling 1 or 2 person better to use City... More
From Big Casino to another you can use Free Shutter Bus (Can accommodate big no of people), but to get to Senado, certain place beside Casino you can use the Taxi (for pack of 4), traveling 1 or 2 person better to use City Bus (You can download Apps "Macau Bus Guide" = (Macau easy Go) this will list out all the bus no and GPS work Offline. Can save up alot. Taxi are really Costly in Macau.