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Probably the most visited landmark in whole Macau - always crowded - but in the end everybody wants to see this. So here are my recommendations:
- first of all - get there with a guide - so you can really understand what this place...More
Very Interesting, reminds me of Cagsawa Ruins in Albay Philippines which is equally famous. Ruins of St. Paul is a 17th-century Portuguese church dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle. One of the best spot for Instagramming :)
lots of tourist crowding this place. We did'nt...More
It is only a façade but of great value. Magnificent piece of art containing and summarizing an important part of the history of Macau, in particular showing West meeting East spirituality. Visitor should pay attention to the low relief in the façade.
Well, it was a lovelly church, now you can see just the front wall..
I understand you want to impress chinese people who never travelled outside of China, but I guess it is difficult to impress a European traveller
If u using hop and hop off bus..then difficult to reach as too much walk from middle of a market.I was with senior citizen and Young children so found a little difficult..but taxi go directly .... there are stairs if u want to go on...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.