This part of Macau town is full of history, buzzing with crowds, smell of food, tourist and local Chinese and Portuguese culture. One must plan to visit this place if you are in Macau. We took bus from the ferry. Bus # 3a. There is...More
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I loved this area. It was like being in a European city (Lisbon). The Portuguese influence in this part of town almost makes you forget you are in Asia. The buildings have a classic European design and the mosaic tile that covers the ground is...More
this place is outside. there are many people and shops in here.These goods are also more cost-effective. so many people always come here to shopping and go sightseeing. as for me, i always come here and buy some cosmetics.the shop are sasa and bonjour. i...More
Catch a glimpse of what HK no longer has to offer - visible, palpable traces of colonial architecture, now mostly a vibrant district for strollers and shoppers. Great to slow down and catch a break from the likes of Cotai and modern Macau.
We went to the centre at Senator Square twice, once just to look around and then go to St Paul's, and again to do some shopping. The pop up stores are the best value.
We took the fast ferry from Hong Kong. Upon landing, many people there selling their service to drive you around. We were 8 so hired a mini van. He was excellent, for $20 all day each, he took us to all the UNESCO sites. Very...More
Shops in this area open around 10am this is the best time to visit to beat the crowds that seem to escalate around midday.
Macao is the 600 year old sibling to its younger 150 year old brother. Such a great contrast to Hong Kong.
the historical building are nice. it's rained while we went there. Not much place for us to avoid the rain.