Lilau Square is a small charming square located nearby Mandarin’s House and a five minute walk from A-Ma Temple. The square is part of the Historic Centre of Macao, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005 and bears an interesting historical background.
Known to be the first Portuguese-style residential district in Macau, Lilau Square features Lilau Fountain, a natural spring water fountain, which fed the first water supplying system of the city. The square is surrounded by colorful buildings, many of which displaying a colonial-style design that adds in to the charm of this landmark.
In addition, there is a kiosk selling souvenirs and cold beverages, and a few benches in the shade, where one can seat and appreciate the surroundings.