Fortaleza do Monte (Portuguese for Mount Fortress, in English: Fortress of Our Lady of the Mount of St. Paul) is a fort in Santo António in Macau. It is the historical military centre of Macau.
The Senado Square, or Senate Square, is a paved town square in Macau, and part of the UNESCO Historic Centre of Macau World Heritage Site.
The Ruins of Saint Paul’s are the ruins of a 17th-century Catholic religious complex in Santo António, Macau. Today, the ruins are one of Macau’s best known landmarks and one of the Seven Wonders of Portuguese Origin in the World.
Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre, also known as Macau Tower, is a tower located in Sé, Macau. The tower measures 338 m (1,109 ft) in height from ground level to the highest point.
Saint Dominic’s Church is a late 16th-century Baroque-style church that serves within the Cathedral Parish of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Macau.
Rua do Cunha (Portuguese for Cunha Street) is a narrow pedestrian street in Vila da Taipa, the town centre of Taipa, Macau.
The St. Joseph’s Seminary and Church is a seminary and church located in São Lourenço, Macau. This church, together with the Ruins of St. Paul’s, is the only example of baroque architecture in Macau.
The Dom Pedro V Theatre, is a historical theatre situated at Largo de Santo Agostinho in São Lourenço, Macau. It is one of the first western-style theaters in East Asia.
The Taipa Houses Museum is housed in a set of old houses in Taipa, Macau. The museum complex consists of five houses of which four display various art facts and exhibits on life during Macau’s colonial era.
Built in 1888, Na Tcha Temple is located close to the Ruins of St. Paul’s, inviting inevitable comparison with the grandeur of the former Church of Mater Dei and the remains of St. Paul’s College.