Macao discovery tour: The Ruins of St Paul's
The Ruins of St. Paul’s is an iconic landmark and one of the most visited in Macao. Originally part of a 17th century complex that included St. Paul’s College and the Church of St. Paul. Largely destroyed by fire in 1835, the landmark comprises the southern stone façade — intricately carved between 1620 and 1627 by exiled Japanese Christians and local craftsmen under the direction of Italian Jesuit Carlo Spinola. In 2005, it was officially listed as part of the Historic Centre of Macau, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You can learn more of Macao’s rich history by booking tours through Sands China’s very own travel agent Cotai Travel, which offers two package tours
taking in the amazing sights of the city. Cotai Travel can also assist on any onward travel plans.
Macao Discovery Tour:
Adults 500 patacas. Children (Age 2-15) 450 patacas.
Tours run morning and afternoon.
Macao Cultural & Heritage Tour:
Adults 600 patacas, Children (Age 2-15): 550 patacas.
Tours are in the morning only
Contact Cotai Travel at:
Shop 1028, West entrance, The Venetian Macao (+853 8118 2933)
Shop 1030, Shoppes at Cotai Central (+853 8113 5888)
Shop 3107, The Parisian Macao (+853 8111 2933)
Open 8:30am-9pm daily
For more information and bookings, go to www.venetianmacau.com/macau-guide/practical-information/cotaitravel.html