Macao is relatively small, and the tourist attractions are relatively concentrated, so it's okay to walk directly. We walked all the way from Dasanba. Because the tourist attractions are concentrated, you can just follow the crowd, and there will be signs at every intersection and you won't get lost at all. The front of the Macau Council Hall. Rose Hall. The Civil Affairs Department, the post office, the Shunyi Australian Milk Company and Huang Zhiji are all in one place. These places are ornamental landscape can be seen in half an hour, there is no need to stay, too much time. Mainly when Huang Zhiji eats, there are more places waiting in line for shopping in front of Macau's conference hall. Uh huh. Many places support WeChat payment and Alipay payment.
In front of the meeting Pavilion is situated opposite the headquarters of the Civil Affairs Department. The whole square is paved in waves with gravel. The nearby road has been designated as a pedestrian-only area. There are benches around it, so people like to gather here to talk and relax. In the middle of the square stands a fountain, which is also the symbol of this place. Nowadays, the fountain is equipped with a celestial globe symbolizing the Portuguese voyage, and the lighting effect at night makes the front of the conference booth more colorful. The front of the conference Pavilion is one of the four major squares in Macao. It should be regarded as the city center of Macao. It is also the most densely populated square. The square is triangular, like a trumpet. In the middle is a fountain with a navigator on it. The ground is wavy with gravel, which is very characteristic. Brown and gray tones alternate, the building is also full of Portuguese charm, retro fashion, both sides of the building mainly yellow, also cater to the theme of retro. The Macao Museum is all around here, just walk slowly, but it's better to have a concept of these buildings in advance, otherwise you may miss them when you get there. There are also many handmails and snack stores nearby, with their main stores or branches.
Situated opposite the headquarters of the General Administration of Civil Affairs, the whole square is paved with gravel in a wavy shape. The nearby road has been designated as a pedestrian-only area. There are benches around it, so people like to gather here for rest and leisure. There is a fountain in the middle of the square, which is also the symbol here. Buildings around the square have been rebuilt or renovated, including the Tourism Department, the Post Office and the Mercy Hall. Mercy Hall is the oldest charity in Asia. The front of the conference hall is a must for tourists. The black-and-white wavy ground of the square, the central fountain and the surrounding Portuguese architecture are the backgrounds of photography and photography. We visited the General Administration of Civil Affairs, and the other surrounding buildings were just looking at the appearance and taking pictures.
The discussion Pavilion is situated opposite the Civil Affairs Department. The square is triangular, like a trumpet. The ground of the square is wavy with gravel. In the center of the square stands a fountain. On the fountain, a celestial globe symbolizing Portugal's voyage is placed. At night, the lighting effect makes the front of the forum very lively. The front of the conference Pavilion should be regarded as the city center of Macau. There are many handmails, snack shops (general stores or branches) near here, such as Dasanba, General Post Office Building, General Civil Affairs Office Building, Macau Museum, Grand Battery, Naga Temple, Ancient City Wall, Lujia House, Lobby, Rose Hall, Mercy Hall.
This time, we saw the sunshine and night scenery of the fountain together. We were very satisfied. At night, under the illumination of the lights, the square in front of the forum presented a completely different scene from that of the day. In the evening, we also saw a fruit store on the side of the square. We bought the so-called American imported apples. It doesn't matter whether they are really imported from the United States. We just want to spend all the Macau dollars and taste them after we go to the hotel. It tastes really good. If I remember correctly, it's 6 Macau dollars for an apple, and finally added Hong Kong dollars. The square in front of the forum has been going straight to Notre Dame Rose Hall. There are several scenic spots, a love lane and finally the Dasanba archway.
The front of the conference Pavilion is one of the most lively plazas in Macau, adjacent to the Dasanba archway, and one of the necessary places to visit Macau. There are many old European-style buildings preserved here, and the roads are paved with floor tiles, which have a European feel. It's still delicious to walk around here. It's also one of the best places to buy companion gifts. You can buy a lot of Macau specialties. In addition, there are many brand stores on the road from here to Dasanba. They are also good places for shopping, and they are often discounted. They are very suitable for browsing.
The busy area of Macau Peninsula is not far from the front of Amara, the Great Transfer Station. The Portuguese Architectural Square is not far from Dasanba. It is very busy all the time because the facades of the fast Christmas buildings are upgraded and renovated. The festival atmosphere of the decorative city is very strong. It is good to sell and shop in the busy area.
Largo do Senado is the square in front of the Macau Civil Affairs Department building. It covers an area of about 3,700 square meters and is one of the four largest squares in Macau. The square is surrounded by many hundred-year-old Portuguese buildings, the Civil Affairs Department, the General Church and so on. Colorful houses, crowded cities.