Well-known facade remains of what was originally a complex, the Church of St. Paul, and St. Paul’s College, built by Jesuits from 1602 to 1640. The facade that remains today was originally carved in 1620 to 1627 by Japanese Christians in exile. The building was destroyed by fire during a typhoon in 1835. The ruins were excavated and restored from 1990 to 1995 and today house an on-site religious museum. The ruins are one of Macau’s best known landmarks. In 2005, they were officially listed as part of the Historic Centre of Macao, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Art exhibitions, unique fine dining delights, and cocktail experiences are just some of the few events this February has in store for you! Macau is full of exciting stuff to do, so read on to find where and how all of it takes place!
Vegetarian or not, everybody can enjoy some tasty meatless meal. Here is a list of the best vegetarian and vegan places in Macau that will not disappoint.
Macau now has a wide array of gymnasiums offering different activities and sports, from yoga to martial arts and crossfit. Read on to find out which fits you best!
Looking for the best restaurants to eat pizza in Macau? We’ve rounded up our five favourite places whether you want a sourdough base or thin crust or just a delicious freshly baked slice of pizza!