Senado Square in Macau, China is a paved public square connecting Largo do Sao Domingos at one end and Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro on the other. Also known as the Senate Square, the triangular-shaped square is part of the Historic Center of Macau in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
One of the four largest squares in Macau, Senado Square is lined with shopping centres and traditional Chinese restaurants. The colourful pastel buildings and the surrounding structures like Leal Senado Building and the ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral add to the quintessential Macanese experience. On special occasions like Chinese New Year and Christmas, the Senate Square comes alive with lion and dragon dance, fireworks and many activities.
It is generally crowded with domestic Chinese travellers, especially on weekends. However, its numerous alleys and off-shoots are great to explore.
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