Rua de S. Paulo (Dasanba) Street

Shopping Corner of Rua da Ressurreicao and the Ruin's of St. Paul, Macau, China Published on: 06-10-2016

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Rua de S.Paulo is a street where you can find a dozen or so furniture and antique shops with authentic antique porcelain, ancient coins and rosewood reproductions of traditional Chinese furniture.

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How to get to Rua de S. Paulo (Dasanba) Street?

Buses nos. 2, 3, 3A, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8A, 10, 10A, 11, 18, 19, 21, 21A, 26, 26A and 33 can take you to the AV. Almeida Ribeiro and then a walk northern ward along the Rua Mercadores can lead you to the area.

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Duration
1.0 day
Estimated
25.63 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
10 places

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Corner of Rua da Ressurreicao and the Ruin's of St. Paul, Macau, China

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  • There is a small gift shop area on the ground floor where they sell a few items highlighting Macau
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  • The street is in between the ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral and St. Domenic’s Square.
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  • There are many museums around Rua de S. Paulo (Dasanba) Street
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An interesting place to visit on Rua de S. Paulo is Flugent Art Gallery, an encouraging new addition to the local art scene in Macau. This gallery arrived in 2014 and regularly shows private exhibitions throughout the year. Opening Hours are 10am to 7pm daily. We recently visited and enjoyed seeing the solo exhibition by Taiwanese artist, Rae. This exhibition lasts until early January 2016 and features 25-30 paintings of Macau. The works are dark, dreamy perhaps through the eyes or mind of a child. There is a interesting sense of creativity in Raes paintings that we enjoyed seeing. The present Rea exhibition will finish soon but Flugent will be hosting another show starting next month, featuring works by artists from around Asia and Australia. You can check out their website for more information on exhibitions that might be on offer during the time of your visit to Macau.

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For the visitors, Rua de S. Paulo represents Macau. When I was young, my grandparents watched the weather forecast everyday, and there was a representative picture for every city. For Macau, it use the picture of Rua de S. Paulo. So when I visited Macau with my family, the first place we went was here. The whole street is very characteristic, I really like this style because I can find the mixture of western culture and eastern culture. There were too many people at that day, so we had to walk slowly because the street was not very wide. There are many shops besides the street, especially some bakeries that sell some unique snakes in Macau. When we arrived here, it was very hot and we spent too much time on the stairs. But when I looked it closely, I felt what I did was worthy! It shocked me because of its beauty. I couldn’t believe it was built in 1673. In the history, there are some fire disasters and it is damaged, but I think these special experience add more beauty for it! We took many photos here for this special building. The most important thing I want say is that there aren’t any lights at night. So if you come here at night you can see nothing! And it’s better to come here earlier in summer since it is outdoor and you will feel very hot in the noon.

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