You'll find a beautiful church on the top of Penha Hill, which is one of Macau's summits. Through luxuriant trees at the entrance, the bell tower stands tall. The Madonna, erected on the triangular roof, looks onto the church. From here, you can see half of Macau.
"Today's Macao: There are so many good places that have not been visited yet!"
The church on the Bishop's Hill is beautiful and overlooks the entire west side of Macau~
The coast is very crowded, strolling here, blowing salty sea breeze, strange rock and swaying waves with the waves ~
surfing on the black sand beach, sitting at the beach drinking a warm Vitasoy, eating the most authentic Portuguese Egg tarts ~
nightfall can go to see awesome show! Crazy boys will love it! The romance before going to sleep is given to the Ferris wheel, weaving a fairy tale nightmare
There are several commanding heights on the Macao peninsula overlooking the peninsula, and the Bishop Hill Church is one of them.
From the A-Ma Temple, climb up the mountain and climb to the highest point to see the Bishop's Hill Church. The view is very good. It is facing the Macau Tower and the West Bay Bridge. You can look at the end of the bridge. Taipa, on the other end, is facing luxury hotels such as Grand Lisboa, Wynn and MGM in Macau.
The bell tower of the Bishop's Hill Church is towering into the sky. There is a statue of the Virgin inscribed in the front of the door. The Madonna is like a sea of hands.
The Bishop's Hill Church was built on the west of the mountains and is a small church that prays to the protectors of the voyagers. It is also the best location for taking pictures of Macau's night scenes, with a marble-carved image of the Madonna. It overlooks half of Macau Island and has a beautiful environment. Standing on the top of the mountain, you can also see the old city of Macau, overlooking West Bay Lake and Nanwan Lake, as well as the latest bridge "West Bay Bridge".
Opening hours: 9:30 to 10:00 am
Bishop's Hill Church Tickets: Free
Arrival Transportation: Bishop Hill Xiaotang is located at Taipa Island Tourist Attractions, taking buses 6, 9, 16 28B can be reached; the church posted a notice at the foot of the mountain to see the sincerity of the watch, not allowed to go on the coach, can only walk.
The Ruins of St. Paul is one of the most representative of the Eight Views of Macau. It is located under the Fortress Hill and is on the left side of the Macau Museum and the Great Fortress. It is the ruins of the front wall of the Church of the Mother of God (the St. Paul's Church). Once reborn in the fire. The building combines the style of European Renaissance and Oriental architecture, reflecting the blending of Eastern and Western art, with fine carvings and spectacular scenery.