Ruins Of St Paul, Macau
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Address: Rua de Sao Paulo, Macau, China, Macao
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Religious Site, Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Cathedral
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About Ruins Of St Paul, Macau
The Ruins of St. Paul Cathedral in Macau are a very interesting sight to see. What you get to see at this site is not the entire cathedral that was but its tall and imposing façade that stands freely in its place.
Being a symbol of Macau’s Portuguese past, this tall and beautifully preserved stone slab attracts thousands of tourists every day. The road leading up to it has pretty grass designs that enhance the subtlety of the brown facade. The area around and behind it is worth exploring. There is also a crypt underneath the buildings that some tourists like to visit. In it lies a museum displaying religious scripture and other artifacts from the church.
Macau visitors love this spot as there are also plenty of hawkers around the area selling very tasty authentic Macau food.
The imposing structure of ruins of St. Paul in Macau offer a historical journey to those who visit it. As you buy tickets for ruins of St. Paul tours with us, you get a better historical perspective of this place. Although, there are no tickets for ruins of St. Paul, this attraction attracts a lot of visitors. Hence, getting your ruins of St. Paul tickets is an ultimate chance to skip the lines and have an easy access. If you wish to know ruins of St. Paul ticket prices for tours in details, visit our tickets section to gain all the information.
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Ruins Of St Paul Information
- The vestiges now comprise of the southern stone front which had been complicatedly designed between 1620 and 1627 by Japanese Christians, while being banished from their country under the reign of Italian Jesuit Carlo Spinola.
- The carvings incorporate Jesuit pictures with Oriental topics.
How To reach Ruins Of St Paul by Public Transport
- Bus no. 2,5, 10, 18, 19, 26A
Restaurants Near Ruins Of St Paul
- Restaurant Perola
- Golden Court
- Satay Court
- Moonlight Food Market
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Ruins Of St Paul, Macau Reviews
Good historic place, but its too crowded on the weekend. Its so hard even for a walk. The museum is neat, clean and good for education. Even though there were not much shown. Overall, the place is still worth to visit and there's also many great streed food and gifts shop.
Interesting place. In holiday seasons this place will be full of visitors. You can't walk fast.... too many people. Many shop. You can buy some cheap food around the way to it. There is a museum inside it. And at the other side you can go to upper level of Fort building and you can see the city view from it. I also went here in the evening until 9pm. The view of the Ruins look awesome. Try it. You might like what you see in the night
Simply beautiful. The little museum is well done, the access to the ruins is great. The photos taken in front of the ribs always look fantastic! If you're in Macau you must visit. Also take the time to go to the fort which is only 200m away.
Very hot place and lots of people but worth the visit. You have to walk to go here as there is no parking and taxi can't go inside. Perfect for photo shoot and trying some local dishes. There are souvenir shops as well.
It was a good place for tourism. Sometimes there might be wedding couples taking photos. And there's the Museum Of Macau nearby. Also there are street snacks below the cathedral. Some of them are cheap and nice. All in all, a good place to visit.