Actually there is an entry next to the Ruins of St. Paul’s that leads you all the way up to a fort of cannons. A museum is built along the elevator up to the top of the fort. The fort is actually loca...
The Church of Mater Dei or known as Ruin of St. Paul’s is one of the iconic landmark in Macao. After destroyed by a great fire in 1835, it’s only the facade remains of this 17th church. When you’re ...
Had a chance to visit the older part of Macau during business trip. One of the most famous sightseeing spots, and in addition you can taste of both worlds, that exist in Macau. Walking distance from ...
"Today's Macao: The Romance of the Rain"
Yes, it is raining. A bit wet Macau, still very romantic.
Today's route is:
Tour walk in the tourist tower - Age - Yapo Wells ago + Zheng Family House - Blooom Coffee - Chamber of the Foreground - Ruins of St. Paul's
A very nostalgic, retro, full of love journey ~ please follow my footsteps
A day trip to Macau | Walking through the Macao's characteristic literary style street
Macao This small town is small in size and suitable for a light trip, taking its streets and lanes, savoring the prosperity of Macau and the city.
[October Fifth Street]
The fifth street in October has preserved the tradition of the past. Whenever it goes, time seems to slow down.
Residents living here are still trying to maintain their original appearance, and continue the historical context with the most simple lifestyle.
Follow the dark green street sign and walk forward. I walked through the literary and artistic slanting lane, and walked to the Ruins of St. Paul. The
is still a tourist, and the Ruins of St. Paul in the European Renaissance and Oriental architecture have stood here for hundreds of years, witnessing the return of Macao's twists and turns.
Go down the right side of the Ruins of St. Paul's, there is a light-sounding name that has been sweet and romantic alleys - Love Lane.
The film "Isabella" and "The Dragon and the Phoenix" have all been photographed here, so few people in the past have noticed that the station of Love Lane has become a popular tourist attraction.
One side is the pink of the girl's heart, the other side is the bright yellow of lemon sugar, and it looks like it is sweet.
Maybe every girl has a heart in her heart, and there are many young girls who are lingering in Love Lane.
According to the folklore of Macao, if you walk through Love Lane, you will soon fall in love.
[Before the nest of the pigeons]
Continue to move forward and come to the front of the pigeon dove. In front of the white pigeons, there are attractions such as the Dove Nest Park and the St. Anthony's Church. The afternoon breeze blows, and sitting in the street heart park is also a pleasure.
The white leaves and branches of the White Dove Nest Park are expanding around. The summer sun shines through the shade to make them soft, and the ground is paved with simple small gravel, full of vitality. Full of romance and romance.
left the front of the pigeon dove, and inadvertently walked along the winding streets to the riverside new street.
Riverside New Street is a place in my eyes where there are few tourists but there is no shortage of old-fashioned architecture in Macau.
The name of Sofitel Ponte 16 is very close to the 16th Pier on Fireboat Head Street.
Built on the pier in 1948, the goose-yellow exterior is full of retro style.
The quaint buildings are all over the streets, both Chinese and Western. In contrast, large buildings see foreign winds, and small buildings have a good taste.
The Portuguese arrived in Macao hundreds of years ago, bringing Western Catholic faith culture and building many Catholic churches and monasteries.
The Catholic Church in Macau can be seen everywhere. Each church is designed in a unique style, and the decoration is magnificent and elegant. The romantic and sacred atmosphere always makes people walk into the church.
If you are also eating, you will definitely not be familiar with Fulong New Street.
, Tanjia Shark's fin, Xiangji noodle, Foxiaolou, Taotaoju seafood restaurant and other restaurants are located nearby, one after another to eat, can eat one All day long.
Because of history and vicissitudes of life, I always feel very good when I walk in Fulong New Street.
, the famous Macao specialties and snacks can be sold in Guanye Street: Mo Yi Ji Durian Ice Cream, Da Li Lai Pork Chop Bag, Andrew Cake Shop, Shengchang Water Crab Congee, etc. It can make people eat too much at once.
Min Hua Emily
Macau Travel | , people in the mountains to find the best position
suddenly sunny rainy days, once again Macau,
after all, came to the front of the St. Paul.
You are the transit of the Ruins of St. Paul's.
to the Fortress Hill, overlooking the whole of Australia,
blowing in the high places, the rainy days of Macau, Macau towers are hiding Into the clouds.
A heavy rain that has not arrived is at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. After the crowd has faded, the humid air is just the right temperature in late spring and early summer.
"Macau with 2/3 rains"
1The position under the big tree is on the halfway up the cannon.
2 Terrace position, on the top of the big fort. The background can be photographed throughout Macau, as well as the background of various high-rise buildings.
The Ruins of St. Paul is one of the eight scenic spots in Macau and a world cultural heritage.
Come here, reminding me of Portugal, everything is so familiar.
A lot of specialty snack bars and salsa gathered on the street, which has the largest number of stores. Wander around here and experience the leisure time of the Macao people.
The Ruins of St. Paul's is one of the signature landmarks of Macau. It used to be the front wall of St. Paul's Church before it was burned down. Visiting the Ruins of St. Paul's, you should closely observe the exquisite reliefs on the walls in addition to appreciating the breathtaking front facade. Underneath the Ruins of St. Paul, there is a Catholic Art Museum and a burial chamber. The museum houses precious Catholic paintings and sculptures, all carefully selected from various churches in Macau.