Macau's historic district is composed of 22 buildings on the Macau Peninsula and eight adjacent frontiers, with the old city as the core. At the 29th UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting on July 15, 2005, Macau Historic District was unanimously approved by 21 member countries. China "Macau Historic District" was officially listed as the 31st World Heritage Site in China. Tourist to Macao, the historic city is the main attraction, although many can not go one by one, but will see some. This is the essence of the combination of Chinese and Western cultures in Macao, and also the embodiment of Macao's history. It attracts tourists from all over the world to come here for sightseeing.
Macau Historic District or Macau Historic Ancient District (formerly known as Macau Historic Architectural Complex) is composed of 22 buildings on the Macau Peninsula and eight adjacent forelands, with the core of the old urban district. At the 29th UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting on July 15, 2005, it was officially listed in the World Heritage List, the 31st World Heritage Site in China. Macau's historic urban area is the oldest, largest, most complete and concentrated East-West style coexistence building complex in China, including the oldest church sites, monasteries, Christian cemeteries and Western-style batteries, the first Western-style theatre, modern lighthouse and Western-style university. As the first territory established by European countries in East Asia, Macau has witnessed over 400 years of history in which Chinese and Western cultures exchanged and coexisted. Most of the buildings in the urban area have the characteristics of Chinese and Western integration, and they are still well preserved or retained their original functions. Macau's historic city is the earliest, most and most important place in China to contact modern western artifacts and culture. It is also the first stop for modern western architecture to be introduced into China.
It's a world cultural heritage. Along the way, there are very distinctive buildings. The roads are very narrow. Basically, they are all western buildings. It's also a merger of East and West. It's worth coming to experience Macao's historical feelings and customs. The most classic place in Macao is absolutely worth your coming.
Macau's historic city contains 22 historic buildings and 8 forelands that have been rated as world cultural heritage, including the popular area of Dasanba, other areas such as the front of Gangding and the front of White Pigeon's Nest. It is worth half a day's walking tour to experience the history of the integration of Chinese and Western cultures in Macau.
The roadside is also very magical, just passing through the Sheafford Temple, next door will be a hardware shipyard, Portuguese architecture and ancient Chinese architecture, old urban areas and the new blockade in the distance. Like so many historic cities in China, they are constantly striving to draw strength from history and running forward.
When you come to Macau, you will find that the residential buildings here are really dense, and there are all kinds of orientations. We are a real city for Macau people. Apart from different patterns, they are very similar in fact. They are only of high quality and clean environment. You'll find that dog walkers carry bags and water bottles to clean their poop, motorcyclists wear safety hats and obey traffic rules, and natural pedestrians don't run around the streets. Macau is actually good, at least Putonghua speakers can understand, and they can speak a few words. Before, I said how expensive things are in Macau. When I go to the supermarket, the bottles of mineral water are cheaper and of better quality than what we sell here.
There is a feeling of old Macau. It is the influence of the former colonies that brought him. The houses near here are basically Portuguese architectural styles. Some of the more distinctive buildings, and on the whole, make people feel as if they are in a foreign country.