Just east of the ruins of the Church of St Paul, Monte Fort was built by the Jesuits between 1617 and 1626 as part of the College of the...
To capture the essence of Macau’s history, head to this excellent museum housed in the Monte Fort. On the 1st level, ‘Genesis of Macau’...
Fire Services Museum
Housed in the former HQ of the Macau fire brigade, the museum holds a small but interesting collection of old fire trucks from the 1940s...
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...
Tucked away in the historical Old Ladies’ House, Locanda’s Italian dishes may not be the best in town, but it has a peerless location...
Xina Cafe information
Lonely Planet review
‘China’ serves simple salads and tapas during the day. In the evening its owner Pedro cooks superb, Mediterranean-style dinners for the lucky few who manage to land a seat at his table (you’ll need to book in groups of six or more, two days in advance).