really busy places with lots of people and shops. several historical landmarks. the tiles are amazing too. worth a visit
We enjoyed the sights of the senado square especially at nite. Since its close to christmas, the decors were up. Very festive ambience. Would love to visit and stay longer the next time round.
Bustling city center with lots of souvenir, pastry, and jerky shops. There's a big fountain in the middle with black and white patterned tiles on the ground making it a great photo op. Interesting to see the Portugese influence. We went on a thursday afternoon and it was packed. From the fountain, there's a road (~3blocks long) that leads up... More
There are several historical buildings within Senado Square. It was interesting to see how the settlement of the Portuguese heavily influenced the architecture of the buildings' and design of the cobblestone walkways. Lanterns filled the area and the historical European styled buildings displayed Chinese New Year décor. It was like seeing the beauty of two worlds collide. If you are... More
It has a big fountain which is the main icon of Senado Square. Walking along the Senado Sqare street towards Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, time seems to be turning back, with the preserved olf buildings. There are many hidden shops to be explore.
It is a well-preserved structure. It is jampacked with people, whether strolling, shopping, eating, or taking pictures. Small place but important, memorable structures were here. Not to forget to visit the Catholic Church when visiting this attraction.
Whilst the Cotai Strip is the glitz and new Las Vegas, traditional Macau is found here amongst the old world Portugese establishments. The cobblestone patterns lining the streets amidst the fabulous architecture is a wonderful experience of colour and a fantastic visual tapestry. The modern high rise Grand Lisboa dwarfs everything but ideally blends into the background and is very... More
portugal and a touch of europe here and there is how i felt when coming to senado and ruins of st.paul. Lovely pictures can be taken here. but the crowd was too much. getting here, was easy, make your way and walk from lisboa. ask for directions follow the "small signs" on the streets dont forget to take macau maps... More
The whole area has been quite nicely manicured and the old buildings do shine. The newer constructions definitely bring the whole thing down a bit and the crowds are unbearable if you are there at the weekend. If you are looking for something a bit different, then it is a nice way to spend a couple of hours, but don't... More
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