Ruins Of St PaulCurrently Closed
- Address: Rua de Sao Paulo, Macau, China, Macao
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 853-5993162
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Cathedral
Ruins Of St Paul - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Ruins Of St Paul
95% of people who visit Macau include Ruins Of St Paul in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
77.62% of people start their Ruins Of St Paul visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Ruins Of St Paul
64.11% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ruins Of St Paul
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Ruins Of St Paul, Macau Reviews
It was just fine. A good place for people who are into history. Very crowded. It is a tourist spot afte all. There is security everywhere which is nice. The restrooms aren't very clean. The way going to the place is great though. You can get free food from different shops.
Had a good time checking this place out, very crowded but everyone keeps moving so not getting stuck, didn't read up on the history of the place but pretty sure it was great site when fully intact. A small museum on the ground floor, also a hill fort a short walk away has great views of the city. Bring water always hot.
Ruins of St. Paul's is one of the most visited historic monument in Macau, (Hong Kong China) by locals and international tourists, reflects Portuguese Architecture and heritage from 1834. Only the front facade is standing. It's evening more beautiful when the lights are turned on at night. Portuguese and Cantonese are the two main official languages widely used in Macau, but there's no problem if you speak English ...
Signature attraction of Macau and historical. Around here , There are a lot of brand name and local brand shops , shoes and food and bakery poplar food they made from pork sheet sweet. You can taste everything. It’s easy to find this market because next to senado square you can go though pass.
Well preserved historical site. Can be overwhelming on peak season. I was here on September, not too crowded. Visit Macau Museum also, interesting collection, and good exhibition flow. On the 3rd floor of the museum you can have 360° view of the surroundings, including Macau Tower and Lisboa Macau.
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