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Easily the largest draw for visitors to Macau outside of the casinos, the Macau Historic Centre boasts enough temples, ruins and pastel-colored colonial buildings to warrant an entire day of exploration. Collectively classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Macau Historic Centre is an epic walking tour introducing visitors to the unique cultural fusion of Portuguese and Chinese heritage through architecture, religion and artistic styles. Here in the Historic Centre it’s possible to burn incense inside of a 15th century Taoist temple and only minutes later stand on the steps of what was once the largest Christian church in all of Asia.
Stand atop a stone fortress intended for protection in times of war, or peacefully relax with an afternoon coffee in Senado Square where groups of Macanese city dwellers have gathered for centuries. While walking among the cannons at Monte Fort or photographing the façade of St. Dominic’s church head over to the nearby Macau Museum for three levels of artifacts and information pertaining to the past, present and future of modern day Macau.
For views of the Pearl River Delta by day or the city lights by night, nothing surpasses the Macau Tower. Having ascended to the Tower’s upper limits in high-speed glass-fronted lifts, an unforgettable vista awaits you, while a delicious buffet caters for all tastes at the 360° Cafe.