Ruins of St. Paul's


As part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, no wonder Ruínas de São Paulo or most commonly known as Ruins of St. Paul's is the landmark to-go. Official open time is 9 am to 6 pm, but I suggest you make a morning effort to come here before it get super crowded and hot in the day.


Underneath the façade there lies The Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt which more like a showcasing area, and adjacent to this ruins is the more thorough Macao Museum inside the Fortaleza do Monte. Don't forget to try the Portuguese Egg Tart while enjoying the view of this beautiful façade.







Ruins of St. Paul's

Calçada de S.Paulo / Rua de São Paulo

Macau


Photos: Salsa Soetjoadi & Me


48 comments:

  1. I've only seen this site on tv and I can imagine it must be quite a stunning site in person. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos and experience!

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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    1. It's pretty exquisite, glad to share it with you :)

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  2. Love the photos !
    xoxo,

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  3. Such a stunning site! Would love to visit one day :)

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  4. Nice pictures and the site, love that hairstyle :3

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  5. stunning! that's such a beautiful sight.

    Sharon ∞ eight shores

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  6. Beautiful, beautiful, lovely post.
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  7. Absolutely amazing photos!
    Love it!!

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  8. That place looks amazing! And I love the "sun-kissed photos"; great job, Albert!

    I'm An Airhead. Oh Wow!

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    1. I love that sun rays too. Thanks, Henry. :)

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  9. Amazing pictures!
    I love how flawless all your photos are :)


    xoxo,
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  10. I love your photos!! ♡♡♡

    xoxo, Salsa | Hello ENST

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  11. I love the light in these photos! xxx

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  12. Your photos are absolutely gorgeous and sounds like another place to add to our bucket list.

    xx 365Hangers

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    1. Yes, you should totally visit Macau! :)

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  13. What a beautiful place! So jealous of all your travels :) That sunset looks glorious!

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  14. Beautiful ruins
    Beautiful photos!

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    1. Wonderful place indeed. Thanks Andrés. :)

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  16. Lovely photos! I visited here too during my trip to Hong Kong :D Lucky when you were visiting Macau it wasn't as hectic when I went. It was crowded EVERYWHERE and difficult to take good pictures!


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    1. Actually it's pretty well packed too. I just find the right time when the site isn't so crowded, so I can take a proper photos. :)

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  17. amazing and lovely pics <3

    Mil besos! Mañana nuevo post. xx
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    1. Thank you for stopping by, Patricia. :)

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  18. great pics

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    1. Lovely ambience there, this was my second visit. :)

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