This avenue divides the older part of Macau with the newer part. The area around the street are beautiful. It makes you feel like you are not in China.
This avenue runs from the Sofitel to the Senado Square (Senate Square) in the heart of the city. It takes about ten minutes to walk. Nothing really special except that it gives you a good feeling of Macau life. There are shops under the arcades. There are also good examples of Chinese-Portuguese buildings along the way. Some have been nicely... More
Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro is not so much an attraction as it is a drop off point as well as a natural divide for the Macau World Heritage collection of attractions. While most of the famous attractions are to the north of this Avenue, an equal number are to the south and southwest. Most visitors, especially day-trippers from Hong Kong... More
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