About Senado Sqaure

Senado Square, beautifully built and unique to Macau can only make one stare in awe at the mammoth structures and serene fountains. One of the most popular places among the tourists in Macau. It is located in the heart of the city and listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A Portuguese ethos can be felt while walking down the streets of Senado Square and visitors often compare it with Europe. Due to the numerous shops, restaurants, and offices, it is continuously hit by the visitors throughout the day. Apart from providing great shopping complexes and cosy cafes, the square has special offers on special occasions like the Chinese New Year which has the people thronging here in droves. Spectacular fireworks, traditional lion and dragon dances are organized for the people.

Must See

  • Excellent Portuguese architecture.
  • Holy House of Mercy.
  • Sam Kai Vui Kun Temple.
  • Numerous shops to choose from.
  • Restaurants and food stalls present.
  • Special attractions on festivals and celebrations.

How to reach

Senado Square is just 600 mts. away from the city center. It won't be more than a 10-minute walk. 

Tips

  • Senado Square is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • It gives you a European feeling in China.
  • A good place to have food and drink.
  • Excellent Shopping arcade.
  • Stay in the main street if you don’t want to be lost.
  • The street is full of tourists. 
  • Try to see the sights in daylight as you may lose the details in the dark.
  • Carry all you may need in a backpack.
  • Make use of the free shuttle whenever possible.

Visit Time

Sunday: Open 24 hours.

Monday: Open 24 hours.

Tuesday: Open 24 hours.

Wednesday: Open 24 hours.

Thursday: Open 24 hours.

Friday: Open 24 hours.

Saturday: Open 24 hours.

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Waiting Time

0 to 5 mins

 

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Entrance Fee

No

 

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Time you can spend

3 to 5 hours

 

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Weather

Scattered Clouds 23°C

 

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