The Ruins of St. Paul's (Portuguese: Ruínas de São Paulo, Chinese: 大三巴牌坊), visit Macau sure can't miss this place
In front of Ruins of St.Paul, a street that full of tourists shopping for Macau's famous local cookies and souvenirs.
The weather were so hot, not so nice walk under this hot sunny day..
From the side view..
Love this angle to see Ruins of St.Paul
Fortaleza do Monte 大炮台
One night, we walked to nearby Casino which located not far from the hotel (Hotel Royal Macau ) where we were stayed.
Grand Lisboa (新葡京)
City view (I captured these photos from hotel's window), love these two pictures ! This is how Macau people living !!
One of the local wet market near the hotel we stayed..
The Senado Square, or Senate Square (Portuguese: Largo do Senado; Chinese: 議事亭前地)
Beautiful church, St. Dominic's Church (玫瑰堂)
I went in to have a quick look at this wet market
One of the famous food item in Macau is this salted fish.
I like their kangkung (water morning glory), big and crunchy
All their roads are small and narrow, this is one the back lane..
and many parts of their road are quite hilly..
To be continued...
Thanks for sharing...ReplyDelete
nice photos, and i guess is was hot weather right?ReplyDelete
Nice shots!A Great place for short and relaxing holiday!:)ReplyDelete
Such lovely photos - now I feel I have been in Macau too! Glad I happened to stumble by!ReplyDelete
Love your clicks!
Did you get sunburn walking in that hot weather.. :p
The first time I went there was with Will & my mum when we were still dating. And the 2nd time was with ny kids & parents-in-law. Looking at these pictures have brought back some sweet memories to me. Nice photos, Sonia, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Their chang seems expensive...ReplyDelete
I was there over 15 years ago. From looking at your pictures, nothing change too much :)ReplyDelete
Nice shots of the city view.ReplyDelete
looks like a fascinating placeReplyDelete
Nice photos..remind me the last time I was there..ReplyDelete
you will not believe this.. i'd stayed in HKG before, and now in beijing, i still go HKG like 10x a year but i shock everyone when i say i have never been to Macau! and guess what! it is this post of yours that i seen the most of Macau! hahaha.. that's why i say you truly bring me to places Sonia!ReplyDelete
Hey Sonia, thanks for taking along the trip. It was fun just by looking at the food & market place. Did you try the dumpling? How was it? Ya, how come their kangkung much bigger than ours! haha....ReplyDelete
Enjoy & have a wonderful school holiday.
nice lovely cliks.. enjoyed reading the post.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your post
Beautiful shots , Sonia ! I'll definitely go back there in winter and take loads of photos after seeing yours :DReplyDelete