Part of the old urban area of Macau in front of the dove nest is west of the Macau Peninsula. The name is because a wealthy Portuguese businessman raised many doves here during Portuguese rule. Now there are many old buildings of southern European style in the whole area.
The front of the White Pigeon Nest is the square of the Saint Andoni parish in Macao. Since 2005, it has been listed in the World Heritage List as one of the eight ancient squares selected as part of Macao's historic urban area. The pigeon nest is surrounded by the earliest residential area of Portuguese in Macao. Next to the front of the dove's nest, the buildings that have become cultural heritage together include St. Andoni's Church, Christian Cemetery and Oriental Foundation site, and other ancient attractions as well as the dove's nest park. We took No. 17 bus to Fisherman's Wharf and came here to see St. Andoni's Church, the front of the White Pigeon's Nest, instead of going to the White Pigeon's Nest Park.
This is where the one-day tour of Macau's historic city begins, because the bus terminal from the closing of the gates is here. There are several scenic spots around the front of the White Pigeon Nest - "White Pigeon Nest Park, the old site of the Oriental Foundation, the Christian cemetery and the Huawang Hall are all around this front. After the visit, you can walk to Dasanba, which is ten minutes. This place itself is like a small street garden. If a friend comes here early in the morning, he can also have breakfast here to ensure that it is the most civilized place in Macao.
There's a bus stop and the East Foundation nearby, and the church has time to come and visit.