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Month: April 2020

Macau on the tip of the tongue, the dessert route

Let me give you a wave of “dessert menu” roadmap:Andrew Bakery: the originator of Macau egg tarts;Hong Xin coconut: authentic coconut ice cream;Shengji white porridge: sweet and smooth;Isaac Toast Coffee: Just match the sauce;Macao Ying Kee Bakery: Almond cookies are crunchy and delicious;Lemon Cherokee: Hand-drawn ice cream. 1. Andrew Cake Shop Why can’t you come to Macau to eat Andrew’s egg tart spread all over the streets? Of course, Portuguese tart must be eaten. A small egg tart can always Read More

Ten popular must-eat foods in Macau trip

Macau, as a city with many Michelin restaurants, is a veritable food paradise. Today we do not talk about Michelin restaurants, we share the food that exists in the streets. 1. Portuguese Egg Tart Portuguese egg tart, also known as Portuguese cream tower, caramel macchiato egg tart. Hong Kong, Macao and Guangdong are called Portuguese tart, which is a small cream puff pastry. It is a kind of egg tart, and its black surface is characteristic. In 1989, the British Read More

Macau Grand Canal Shopping Guide

Spring and summer season change, it’s time to buy and buy in a year. Speaking of shopping, Macao, as an international metropolis, has the advantages of complete categories and tax exemption. Macau’s tourism industry is relatively developed, so there are quite a lot of shopping centers. The more distinctive one is the Grand Canal Shopping Center on the third floor of the Venetian Hotel. 1. Overall Introduction The Grand Canal Mall is the largest indoor shopping mall in Macau. It Read More

Macau travel, Macau shopping guide

To travel to Macau, shopping is a must. The charm of shopping in Macau can’t be stopped because of the low tax rate policy, which has created a shopping environment in Macau that is both affordable and full of surprises. So what is the best way to buy in Macau? What is cheap and unique in Macau? What are the unique shopping places in Macau? Today I have prepared a Macau shopping guide for everyone, let’s take a look! When Read More

Macau guide,Fortresses

Macau, a city that has also experienced war, the fort is a witness to the war. In a peaceful age, we should remember that history and move on. Macau is virtually surrounded by the sea, and centuries ago built hill-top fortresses to repel foreign and domestic invaders. Today, these sturdy stone guardians stand in silent witness to a turbulent history as well as affording sweeping views of the city below. 1.Mong-Há Fort Mong Há Fort, situated on Mong Há Hill Read More

Macau guide,Tourist Attractions

Even after you’ve seen Macao’s many UNESCO-listed heritage sites, the city still has plenty of attractions to offer, some traditional and some brand-new. Adventure, fun, encounters with culture and religion, contact with nature and wildlife – plus an unrivalled opportunity to experience other cultures and communities at every turn – mean there need never be a dull moment in exciting Macao. Explore and enjoy! 1.Macao Giant Panda Pavilion and Pavilion of Rare Animals Nestled against a hill side in Seac Read More

Macau guide,Gardens

Macao is a green community with tree-lined roads and flower gardens everywhere. You can find a Suzhou-inspired garden, while others are beautifully cobbled and imbued with Southern European characteristics. There are educational country parks, and some even house a zoo or cable cars from the hill! Visitors can stroll in parks throughout the length and breadth of Macao and the islands, happy in the knowledge that these green lungs are constantly nourished and cared for. 1.Camões Garden In the 18th Read More

Macau guide,Churches

Macao has a lot more churches than mainland China for historical reasons. It is a good choice to visit the church in Macau. When the Portuguese arrived in Macao more than four and a half centuries ago, they brought Catholicism with them and built many churches and convents. The old College of St. Paul served as the first Western university in Asia and became a significant entry point to China for foreign missionaries. Today, Macao is divided into Catholic dioceses Read More

Macau guide,Temples

Macao houses a treasure trove of ancient Chinese temples, which have served as the pivotal places of worship for hundreds of years. Macao temples primarily serve the Buddhist, Taoist and folk faiths. Buddha, Na Tcha, Tin Hau (Goddess of Seafarers) and Kun Iam (Goddess of Mercy), etc., are all revered in various temples. By visiting Macao’s diverse temples, sightseers can learn more about traditional Chinese beliefs and the city’s historical origin as a fishing village. 1.A-Ma Temple A-Ma Temple already Read More

Macau guide,Museums & Galleries

Although Macau is small in size, Macau has many museums. Today, I will share with you the museums in Macau. Visiting museums and exhibitions in Macao is an enjoyable, sure-fire way to make your visit more memorable and to gain more knowledge about this fascinating city and its history, plus its culture of ‘East meets West’ over the past four and a half centuries. Finding another place in the world so tiny and with such a rich cultural and historical Read More