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Decided to get away from the hustle and bustle of Macau and see some sites. Our first stop was Monte Forte. It is definitely a trek to walk up here from Senado Square. The incline is pretty high and if you go during the heat...More
This place we just walked by but enjoyed a lot because there you can see the "real" Macau. It's possible to walk around and to take some pictures but they close in the evening. Thats a shame! The guards acting a little bit strange, feels...More
Located next to Ruins of St. Paul is this important piece of history in Macau. Initially build in 16th century to safeguard the church; it’s served as an important defense base for many centuries after that. It is known for it’s 32 huge canons. It...More
I found the Forte to be just average. There was not a lot to see other than walking around the top of the fort and checking out the Mcacau city views from every side. The view from the Guia Lighthouse is much better though a...More
We found we could get to Macau from Taipa using the casino shuttles (from Wynn to Wynn) and then walking around Macau (we were staying in Taipa at Cotai Central). My gps wasn't working all that great and we ended up going up hills that...More
Easy access from St. Paul or from the city, but lots of stairs. We came from St. Paul's side. Old fort, well preserved, excellent observation point, stunning views over Macau. Museum of Macau on site. Canons still on position, not sure if they are the...More