Next day we started little late at 12 noon. We reached this amazing historical place that was at walking distance from our hotel.The Ruins of Saint Paul's are the ruins of a 17th-century Catholic religious complex in Santo António, Macau, China
#20: Discover the beauty of the Ruins of St. PaulIf one takes a consensus, the Ruins of St. Paul turns out to be the most beautiful place to see in Macao.Built in between 1602 and 1649 and destroyed by fire in 1835, the ruins are all that can be seen of the former Church of Mater Dei and St. Paul’s College. Today, these ruins are one of Macao’s best known landmarks, and one of the Seven Wonders of Portuguese Origin in the World. The ruins have also been listed as part of the Historic Centre of Macao, a UNESCO World Heritage Site...Well, when are you visiting Macao for such unique experiences?
Popularly known as Sam Ba Sing Tzik, Ruins of St. Pauls is situated near Mount Fortress and Macau Museum and is one of the most popular places in Macau. It is one of the top Macau tourist spots. This is the most important and age-old structure of Macau with a gigantic relic and a stairway that reflect the remains of the century-old Jesuit Church. This structure of the biggest catholic church of East Asia has five tiers, built in granite.2. Senado Square
"Alright. In that case meet me tomorrow morning in front of the Ruins of St. Paul. It is one of the most famous landmark of Macao and you don't want to miss it. So I'll meet you there tomorrow."The night continued till it met the first light of the day. I thanked Michael profusely for his generosity and with a promise to meet again, we parted our ways.By the time I finished exploring the ruins of St. Paul, one of the Seven Wonders of Portuguese Origin in the World; Peter was already present at the entrance.
5. Soak oneself in the most historic place of all to get the best pictures too :P