Always lurking around the stairs to the lower levels of Gongbei Underground, these professionals are a helping hand dodging border restrictions at Gongbei’s Port.
One of the last gifts of Portugal to Macau is an artsy sidewalk: the portuguese pavement.
One of the main attractions in Macau are the ruins of Ruins of St. Paul’s (大三巴牌坊), a must-see landmark in the city, maybe the most famous and iconic one.
Portuguese egg tarts (蛋挞, literally meaning egg tart) are a typical pastry from Macao with origin in the colonial past of the city, and nowadays, a dessert… Read more “Portuguese egg tarts – 蛋挞, 葡式蛋撻”
Macau was the first and most important outpost of Christianity through its expansion in Asia, and still nowadays there are reminders of this past power all over… Read more “Saint Dominic’s Church, Macau – 玫瑰堂, 澳門”
On your route to the ruins of St. Paul, you’ll have to go through a true food experience that will put your will and wallet to test: Resurrection Street or ‘Rua da Ressurreição’: one of the many historic streets that leads to the hilltop from Macau’s Old City centre.
This temple, known also as Kuan Tai, is located in front of St. Dominic’s Market near Senado Square, in the traditional commercial centre of Macao, and it was built during the XVIII century.