People tend to check in during these times:
Church. Well piece of church. Anyway it makes you feel like you're in Europe.
A must visit for all first time visitors to Macau.
Probably the most boring thing i ever saw. Way too many tourists as well.
An awesome landmark with an interesting tale…
Part of UNESCO world heritage site. Love the sight of the remains of St Paul Church. Lots of shops around the site to explore. A must to visit in Macau.
There is always a lot of people around. But good place to visit for short gateway and nice egg tart to taste.
The historic center of macau. Just walk from senado square, find this ruin, and continue your histical walk to the castle at the top of the hill. How picturesque places
One of Macau’s best-known landmarks, this site is listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site, with elements dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries.
Crowded during daytime. One of the place you can visit in Macau besides its Casino's. 30-40 HKD taxi ride from Venetian. Pass by square first before heading to St Paul Ruins
great location to take picture is on the right side in the bottom of ths stairs!
The way to the "broken church is very crowded. 😒
Love it here. Walking up hill is really worth it!
The standing facade of St Paul's Church. Beautiful and you can enter to see the crypt too but please be silent. Very crowded when tour groups come.
Way too busy. Go there in the evening when the mainlanders are not there
Small souvenir stores near the monument are cheaper than stores below.
The main attraction in Macau must see 😍
Landmark of Macau.
Dont forget to fill your tummies with "free taste" food on the way to the ruins. Their tapa is the best!
So hot but worth the climb!
Pastelaria Koi Kei all over the place. That means, there are PORKS all over the place. YUM.
Complimentary shuttle bus no 10 from the Galaxy takes you right into town. Then it is a short walk to the ruins
You must visit this historical place when you are in Macau ! Sit on the steps and don't miss to take a few photos.
Ruins of St. Paul
Great place for my macau trip. You can have a chill and calm time with boiled fishball and tsingtao beer in front of the ruin during the night that is safe and beuatiful. I miss that time so much ;)
Such a beautiful place
Take the picture from the bottom of the stairs instead from the top. Its easier to get the whole church in the picture
Koi kei everywhere..... Full stomach taking a bite in every koi kei store.
U have to go to the basement....
Sit on the steps and take in the views
It's pretty beautiful and has historic values, but the fire only left one wall for us to see. There's a small museum there, displaying several paintings and statues.
Try the egg tarts 7 hkd each and other delicacies surrounding the area
Bakeries at the foot of the ruins:)
Don't eat ahead when you come here. There are plenty bakeries at the foot of the ruins that offer their delicacies as you climb up. Oh, bring water:)
DO you know there is a toilet for pets ?
Too many people, Koi Kei Bakery is good
Also looks great at night. :)
Been here twice in dead winter and in early autumn.
dont forget to visit the little temple just at the back of the ruins... also visit museo de macau :)
One of World Heritage Site you must visit when you are in Macau.
egg tart here are very delicious hehehe and there are a lot of free taste food in here,.
Macau Historic Center's point. Stood here and check in to all the amazing spots in the complex.
Climb stairs and have a great outlook after throwing coins ;-)
Take some photo!
Just relaxing my day after school. =)
Just enjoy sitting outside at night-feels fantastic
In your way up to the Church, you'll pass by many shops in which you can buy "Pasalubongs" especially the marked down price perfumes. Chinese New Year is the best time to shop here.