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Largo do Senado (Senado Square)

Central District of Macau Peninsula, Macau, China
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Central District of Macau Peninsula, Macau, China
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A fun an interesting place to spend a few hours in central Macau. The fusion of Portuguese & Chinese architecture, language and food coupled with the energy of the crowds is never boring. Take the 15 minute ride on the number 3 bus from Terminal...More

Thank JumboJetJohnny
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Another street of shops. Can be warm. Can be confusing when navigating between the Ruins and the alleys.

Thank 699helenn
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

A nice square to visit while in Macau with a historical church for a photo op! The egg tart here are a must! It rivals Lord Stows!

Thank lovetripsdd
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Never boring to visit this place again and again. Love to see the crowd and shops and the view. Love you Macau!

Thank Juan S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This plaza or square has a feel of Barcelona to it. The structures, cobblestone, buildings are reminiscent of Portuguese colonial time and it's preserved well. It has a Chinese influence as well. Very relaxing and a must tourist destination.

Thank Jigger-Fred
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice place to visit and it's usually the starting for tourist to get to the Ruins of St Paul. Located just in front of the main road. Lots of small eatery along the way

Thank John G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

as you go to the ruins of st paul , there are lots of stores along the way free samples of cookies pastries egg tarts will be offered to you.

Thank nonoynoy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I travelled to Macao with first stop to Venetian. From Venetian I took the shuttle back to the ferry terminal, then took a bus to Senado Square. I love the ambient of this spot, withing walking distance you can walk to Ruin of St Paul.

Thank Dave K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Senado Leal Square is always worth a visit and it is so walker friendly. This historic site ,which was commissioned by the Portuguese crown in recognition of the colony's loyalty to Portuguese rule during Portugal's era of Spanish occupation, is beautiful and redolent of its...More

Thank Perry B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is nice to walk around if you never did. It gave you a nice feeling like simplicity. You can feel in the good old days life and entertainment are simple and fun. Once all in to any big shopping complex you will see what...More

Thank yuhongronniek
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1 May 2016|
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Response from Avijit R | Reviewed this property |
Agree wholeheartedly with Ravi. We actually stayed at Hong Kong and visited Macau for a day. We hardly shopped because everything was way more expensive than in the US, where I go regularly. Zara is cheaper even in Amsterdam.
29 April 2015|
Response from BradJill | Reviewed this property |
Hello sueq51, There is no fixed opening time for the shops in and around Senado Square. Some of the bakeries and eateries open early but most retail shops will open between 9-10am.