Na Tcha Temple
There’s no better symbol of Macau’s cultural diversity than Na Tcha Temple sitting quietly beside a major Christian monument – the Ruins...
Ruins of the Church of St Paul
The most treasured icon in Macau, the facade and stairway are all that remain of this early-17th-century Jesuit church. With its...
Museum of Sacred Art & Crypt
This small museum behind the Ruins of the Church of St Paul contains polychrome carved wooden statues, silver chalices, monstrances and...
Corner’s Wine Bar & Tapas Café
This popular rooftop bar and tapas joint attracts a cool, arty crowd. It’s in a great location across from the cathedral ruins. A...
31a Rua de São Paulo · interesting places nearby
Macau Soul information
An elegant haven in wood and stained glass, where twice a month, a jazz band plays to a packed audience. On most nights though, Thelonious Monk fills the air as customers chat with the owners and dither over their 430 Portuguese wines. Opening hours vary; phone ahead.