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This little place called Dai Gwan is found at the beginning of the street and is supposed to serve the best black pepper bun in Macau. Indeed they were tasty and i believe they cost 18 MOP each. In fact i had two and it...More
Rua de S. Paulo is a fun 'Food Street' in the Historic Centre of Macau that makes for a neat place to try free samples of Macanese speciality snacks at the many pastilerias (bakeries) that line the street. You'll find this street running up to...More
Lot of people know it as Colosseum of Macao (referring to the Colosseum in Rome). Although not as huge as the original Colosseum, this site is a must visit at night as the lights brighten up the whole place.
Lots of bakeries and local preserved meat scattered among souvenir shops but there are some great treasures here and a great place for people watching and trying new foods. I followed the locals as to the most popular food stalls and wasn’t disappointed.
It is a must see if you travel to Macao.
We came around 8pm, the crowd has decreased quite a bit in size compared to my previous day-time visit a couple years ago.
Don't get me wrong, there are still enough people, but at least...More
This is a MUST for every Macau visitor. You'll see a rare historic ruin - the front of a Catholic church miraculously left standing by itself after the Japanese bombing at the beginning of the second World War.
It is located in the center of...More
This street is connecting the street of Macau to the landmark site Ruins of St Paul, so naturally there is a lot of people passing by and therefore, many shops too such as the souvenir shops, foods shop, cafe, Korean cosmetics shop, etc. You can...More