It was a bit crowded though. Seeing the ruins was enough for me. My nice experience was when i was on my way to ruins. There were a lot of free taste you are already full upon reaching the site
A must visit place. Absolutely packed but still interesting. The fort is also worth visiting and only a hop and a skip away. Can get some great photos. Loads of shops nearby so you can do sightseeing and shopping at the same time.
Located at the old town of Macau. To get there, you can use bus (if you’re staying at Taipa island), or you just can walk if you’re staying at Macau. So interested to go here, from the bus stop you are passing alley with so many store, food, drink, etc. If you’re interest with street photography, this is a must visit at Macau.
Come at night to avoid the crowds and heat of the day. It's really tranquil after sundown and remains lit throughout the night. The cathedral has an unfortunate history: it was destroyed by fire no less than 3 times; 1835 was the most recent and last, as the authorities decided not to rebuild it. One of Macao's most iconic images.
Literally just the front of the building but that's what makes it so very interesting. Walk though the courtyard behind and there's steps down to a very small exhibition of relics found/recovered. Also interesting to see the level of effort gone into keeping this final piece upright.
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