"Leal Senado" - that's Portugese for "Loyal Senate". This is the heart of the old city
The ruins of the Church of St. Paul, still a majestic place
Built by the Portugese, and still functions as a post office!
The building at the back, that looks like a fortress, used to be one of Macau's most prominent pawnshops. Today it's a small, but interesting museum
The bridge that connects mainland Macau with the islands of Taipa and Coloane
A-ma temple - it gave Macau its Chinese name (Aomen)
An old church surrounded by high-rises
A look at the "Casino District"
A beatiful Chinese-style garden