Very historic and cultural place surroundings well kept a peaceful area close to church ruins monuments etc. restaurants nearby
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Since I stayed at a resort on the Cotai strip, I wanted to explore beyond the glitz of the modern hotels and casinos and experience more of the historic structures and landmarks. At Senado Square, you'll immediately notice the traditional-style Portuguese pavement and pastel-colored European-style...More
have been there before with just y husband. then with the family on the next trip - my adult millenial children went crazy with the beautiful scenery for selfie shots. the place also is so near many other beautiful tourist spots
Cool to have Portuguese history mixed inside China! And food of both countries, all streets written in two languages, really feels like vacation!
The buildings are Europe-inspired and the facades were a delight to the eyes. Rows of shops and boutiques lined the square and tourist were brimming. A must visit!
Not a huge square compared to many around the world but pleasant being surrounded by various old buildings of different styles & ages adding to the charm. A small water feature in the centre, and interesting paving. Certainly worth a visit if in area.
Great place to come for free food tasting. Be careful of rude mainland tourist that ruins the shopping experience. From experience d ont be afraid to speak up as mainlanders will push and shove and yell that they were in front of you but what...More
It's a beautiful place that you can take a lot of pictures there. There are also many souvenirs store and restaurant that you can buy everything there.