Located not far from Senado Square, Ruins of St. Paul the main attraction of the tourist who come to the city of Macau. In fact many people think that tourists do not complete it if to Macau, without a visit to the Ruins of St. Paul.
Ruins of St. Paul itself is a land mark of the city of Macau. The church was built in 1602 next to the Jesuit College of St. Paul's. However, in 1835, a fire broke out and devoured the university and the church building, the result leaving only the front of the church building like now.
Although you could say the old building, but the building is still sturdy and preserved. Macao government's seriousness in maintaining Macao's cultural heritage is shown by the Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt around the Ruins of St. Paul Church. The museum was opened to the public 10 hours without being charged an entrance fee, as well as the garden and stairs are neat and clean.
In the Ruins of St. Paul you can take pictures fun with the background historical building. In addition, if you're interested in here you can climb the ruins of this church to enjoy the scenery around the Senado Square.
Satisfied enjoy the view from the Ruins of St. Paul, in this place there are some cakes and a souvenir shop of the most famous throughout Macau, Pastelaria Koi Kei. In this store you can buy Egg Tart, buy souvenirs, or just sit around at the park in the Ruins of St. Paul.
Ruins of St. Paul location is not so far from Senado Square. You only need about 10 minutes walk from Senado Square. Try to go to the attraction in the morning and not much more than hour 9 am. When the passing of the hours of 9 am, the place is crowded with tourists. At certain times in front of the Ruins of St. Paul are typical Portuguese dance performances are held, with music and singing lacks typical of Portuguese.