Like this place - but very hot and crowded in the afternoon its better to go there when the sun not so hot. The view from here also nice.
About Ruins of St. Paul's
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Good: 1. History - Get to know the history of Macau and St. Paul ruins 2. Photo spot - A great place to take a group/family or solo photo. 3. View - Upon reaching the top you can see some parts of the "old Macau"...More
Ruins of the st. paul,is one of the attractions that will go to Macau. We arrived earlier in the day when there were not many people. According to historical records, this is a church side, but a relentless fire burned the whole church, leaving only...More
Having seen numerous photos before of this iconic facade, it was much smaller than I expected in real life. The steps leading up to the church facade were busy with people watchers, brides and grooms, couples and tourists. It is a popular backdrop for selfies...More
Certainly a well preserved Ruin which demonstrated the presence of the Portugal culture during their time of occupation. The building is well designed and is certainly a great backdrop to have when taking pictures. Take a bus 3 from the ferry terminal of Outer Harbour...More
This is a really historic early 17th century ruined church burnt down in 1825. Interestingly crowded on Sunday mornings, with fairly steep pathways up to the Fortress and Museum. Part of the World Heritage centre of Macau that with historic Portuguese buildings and history. Centre...More
The first sight of the ruins with steps leading up is wonderful. As you get closer the detail is fascinating. Don't miss the crypt with more remains and artefacts in good condition. There will always be loads of tourists here so be prepared! Don't miss...More
Since I graduated from high school I rarely go through the ruins of St. Paul. Although always want to look back on my high school career, but there has been no time. Recently because some of the things to go through the ruins of St....More
this is a must visit place once you are in Macau. regardless of any time, this place will be pack with tourist. there are also many streets shop selling take away food and few small garment malls. this place is also good for photo taking.
been this place for a couple of time, a walking distance from the main market, museum, restos and other churches. one of the attractions must to visit, not to mention that this building is a UNESCO protected. however, it's a crowded site and it's incomparable...More