Macau Hiking Tours

Macau01 : The Ruins of St.Paul - Largo do Senado - Monte Fortress - the Museum of Macau - St. Anthony's Church
As the picture shows, this ruined church is a very famous attraction, called the Ruins of St. Paul. Almost every tourist who comes to Macau will go to see it. Of additional interest are the several streets around it that specialize in antiques, attracting many collectors and buyers. 

It takes about one half day to get around the Ruins of St. Paul. There are also many other attractions nearby that are well worth seeing, such as Largo do Senado, Monte Fortress, the Museum of Macau and St. Anthony's Church.
Macau02 : Largo do Senado - Rua do Dr. Soares - Rua Central - Avenida da Praia Grande - Avenida da Boavista - Calcada da Penha - Estrada de D. João Paulino - Rua de S. Tiago da Barra - A-Ma Temple
This itinerary is very suitable for those who want to get to know Macau well. It is a long itinerary, but you will learn a great deal about the cultural differences between the West and the East.

Start from Largo do Senado and then turn left on to Calcada do Tronco Velho. Along the Calcada do Tronco Velho, you will come to Largo do Santo Agostinho which is paved in cobblestones and lined with antique green streetlights. On the left side of Largo de Santo Agostinho stands an attractive church, called Igreja de São Agostinho in Portuguese. 

After that, walk along Rua do Dr. Soares, Rua Central, Avenida da Praia Grande, Avenida da Boavista, Calcada da Penha, Estrada de D. João Paulino and Rua de S. Tiago da Barra, and finally reach the A-Ma Temple.
Macau03: The eastern end of Av. Almeida Ribeiro - Largo do Senado - the western end of Av. Almeida Ribeiro
Begin your walk from the eastern end of the  Av. Almeida Ribeiro, which is one of the major streets in Macau. On this avenue, you will find museums, churches and also many restaurants and stores. The core of Av. Almeida Ribeiro is at Largo do Senado. Here there is a plaza which is a popular place for people to take photos. Several lanes branch off the avenue and you will find a stroll down one or two of them very interesting. When you get to the western end of the avenue, you can see the sea.

Tip: At night, this avenue becomes very vibrant. It's ablaze with light and many people stroll there.
Questions & Answers
Asked by violeta alvarez from PHILIPPINES | Mar. 02, 2016 04:47Reply
when is the best time to go to macau?
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Answered by Erin | Mar. 02, 2016 19:01

October to December is the best season to travel to Macau. The weather at that time is cool and pleasant.

Asked by Maggie from USA | Feb. 15, 2016 17:42Reply
Is it safe for a female to go sightseeing alone during the day in Macau?
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Answered by Felicia | Feb. 15, 2016 19:19

I think it is quite safe to travel to Macau. If you travel alone, do not go to remote area, avoid going out alone in the evening and keep in touch with your family or friends.
Asked by Jaswinder Singh from INDIA | Feb. 08, 2016 04:46Reply
Can I visit from Delhi (India) to Macau without visa document?
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Answered by Jessica | Feb. 14, 2016 23:44

As I know, passport holders of India can stay in Macao for 30 days without visa. For more details, you are suggested to consult your local Chinese embassy.
Asked by Ariel from PHILIPPINES | Dec. 17, 2015 06:31Reply
How many days do we need to stay in Macau in order to visit all three above options? (01,02 & 03)
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Answered by Sara | Dec. 21, 2015 02:11

Macau is not big. I think two days are enough for you to visit there.
Asked by Cindy from USA | Aug. 08, 2015 10:29Reply
Fast train from Zhuhai?
I will be visiting Zhuhai and Macao. Is there a fast train from either place back to Shenzhen? I don't like boats.
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Answered by Ryan | Aug. 10, 2015 02:00

Hi, Cindy,

There is no direct train from either Zhuhai or Macau, but you can take high speed train from Zhuhai to Guangzhou South railway station, where take train to Shenzhen North railway station.
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