Known also as Igreja de São Domingos, St. Domingo's is a Catholic church situated near the Largo do Senado (Senado Square) in the heart of the Macau city centre.  

The church was established in 1587 by three Dominican priests who came from Acapulco, Mexico . It was originally built in wood, hence its Chinese name “Pan Cheong Tong” which means “church of wooden planks”. Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Historic Centre of Macau, it also hosts a small sacred art museum near its sacristy, and is open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm daily.

St. Domingo's is one of several historic churches to visit in Macau and can be visited in route to the famous Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral from the Senado Square area.