Lilau Square (Largo do Lilau, 亞婆井前地) is a small square which sits in what was one of the first Portuguese residential areas in Macau. It has a relaxed, Mediterranean feel, which sits in contract to the typical Cantonese architecture of the Mandarin’s House complex which lies just around the corner, but at the same time also displays the fusion between the two styles.

Lilau Square

The groundwater here used to be the main source of natural spring water in Macau, which is reflected in the popular saying “one who drinks from Lilau never forgets Macau“.

Getting There

Buses: 9, 16, 18, 28B

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