Senado Square is small piece of Europe at the heart of Macau. I previously wrote about Saint Dominic’s Church and the Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral in Macau, but the area that ties these attractions together is the Senado Square,
One of the famous tourist attractions in Macau is the old A-Ma temple, which I visited in 2009. This year I had a chance to revisit Macau and the A-Ma temple area and added another missed attraction nearby – the
Macau’s a great one day trip getaway from Hong Kong. To summarize the quick trip to Macau, here is a suggested itinerary for a Macau… To start the tour, take bus number 3 from the main ferry terminal… Walk around
A few minutes walk from Senado Square in central Macau are the magnificent ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral (Ruínas de São Paulo, 大三巴牌坊). Built around 1600, it’s been said to be among the biggest one in Asia during the time.
Not too far away from Senado Square is the very picturous Saint Dominic’s Church (Igreja de São Domingos, 玫瑰堂). Finally on familiar grounds in China, I went in to meet my old pals from Jerusalem – Jesus, Maria, John and
Macau is a fascinating place. With a surreal mixture of European Portuguese architecture next to monstrous shiny world-class casinos in a Chinese atmosphere, it all gets quite overwhelming. Somehow, those striking contrasts co-exists in Macau in an appealing balance. Last