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Macau is one of the most enchanting places to visit due to its multicultural heritage background. The city is infused with Portuguese architecture and traditional Chinese architecture making it one of the best cities to experience East Meets West. Here is a rundown of some of the top 10 hottest attra…
Macau is home to some of the most delicious cuisine! For all the food lovers out there it doesn’t matter if you’re looking for the taste of the Orient or something that will have your taste buds wanting more, Macau has endless dining options to keep your hunger satisfied!Macau Pork Chop Bun Macau’…
Walking through the old city you could convince yourself you were in Europe - if the streets were devoid of people and Chinese-language signage, that is. Actually though, it’s Macau. Located across the Pearl River estuary from Hong Kong, until 1999 Macau was an overseas territory of Portugal. One o…
New Year is around the corner! Burning incense and praying in a temple during the New Year have long been considered lucky in China. And for visitors, temple itself is a holy travelling highlight that nobody wants to miss. Would you like to have a try? Let is explore the oldest temple in Macau today…
Today we will typically focus on the must-see historic sites in Macau and get a better experience of the trip to Ruins of St. Paul’s and Monte Fort. The Ruins of St. Paul’s The Ruins of St. Paul’s, a church constructed in about 17th century, is widely recognized as the landmark of Macau and a hist…
Macao Fishermans Wharf is Macaus first theme park as well as a shopping center modeled on Euramerican fishermans wharfs. It has an area of over 111,500 square meters (about 28 acres), of which 40 percent is reclaimed from the sea. The complex includes over 150 stores and restaurants in buildings buil…
There are several excellent spots in China from where one can get good traditional dishes. Lot many travellers visit China to view beautiful places and also to sample good authentic food in best settings. Food is a general factor that the tourists to China love to experience. There are few cities whe…
Ruins of St.Paul as one of the eight scenic sights of Macao could be the most typical one. Located at the foot of Paotai Mountain, with the Macau Museum and the Great Batteries scenic spot at its right hand, Ruins of St.Paul are the anterior ruins of the mother of Christian Church. That is St. Pauls …
The A-Ma Temple is one of the best-known places of great interest in Macau, one of the oldest temples in Macau. Situated in the southeast of the Macau Peninsula, The A-Ma Temple that is vulgarly referred to as the Tin Hau Temple dates back to the year of 1488 in the Ming Dynasty. People are saying th…
Cheoc Van Beach in Macao is located in the southern point of Luwan, with the excellent surroundings, leaning against the hill and facing the sea. Once within the beach, a broad stretch of lowly spacious coast lay before the eyes of the people. Cheoc Van Beach is referred to as the Great Bay under Hea…
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