This place is popularly known as Sam Ba Sing Tzik, Ruins of St. Paul’s which is situated near Mount Fortress and Macau Museum. This is one of the most popular places in Macau. Every tourist likes to visit this place. This place has the age-old structure of Macau with a gigantic relic and a stairway that reflect the remains of the century-old Jesuit Church. The structure of the biggest Catholic Church in East Asia has five tiers and built with granite.
As we all know that this place is Vegas of Asia then people tend to think of the flashy, dazzling lights emanating from the many casinos in Macau. There are plenty of casinos in Macau and are so beautiful that the gambling isn’t even the main attraction. The Grand Lisboa is one of the popular casinos in Macau which is an iconic structure of the city. Here you will see many tourists taking pictures or selfies in front of this casino. And if sometimes you think what to visit in Macau for more.
This is one of the most popular places to visit in Macau. Senado Square is always filled with tourists and locals making it one of the top Macau tourist places. Here you will see many shops, restaurants, and offices and this is an important World Heritage Site also which is announced by UNESCO since it well portrays the magical history of Macau. Senado is always full of tourists and at the time of festivals and events it puts on a more stunning attire. If you happen to be here on any special day like Chinese New Year then you will be amazed to see the firework, lion and dragon dance held there.
Go for a Venetian ride in a canal with flowing water and gondola rides with a crooning boatman and everything. Venetian is the Vegas-style and Venice-themed hotel and is one of the stylish and best places to visit in Macau. It has a huge shopping paradise which is filled with a iety of shops and restaurants.
You will definitely always be able to catch a glimpse of the 338m tall Macau Tower. Here you could take a few pictures of the amazing tall structure and move on or you can challenge the world’s highest bungee jump from a building from 200m above ground.
There is a lot to enjoy in Macau. So, when are you visiting this incredible city?