Built in 1984, the Portuguese Square will remind you of a tiny town
in Portugal. The square is a great place for relaxation and dining.
There are restaurants, food stalls, pubs and a mini-museum. Towards
the evenings on most weekends, you will see plenty of visitors and
tourists packing the pubs for food, concerts, and traditional Portuguese
dances (performed on Saturday evening, weather permitting). It is
a colourful and fun place to be!