Macau is a former Portuguese colony and is filled with bright, colonial-style buildings, casinos, and delicious Chinese-Portuguese fusion food. Make sure you try the egg tart. It's also a popular day/weekend trip from Hong Kong and is only an hour away by ferry....more
Largo do Senado (Senate Square) is one of Macau's main public squares. Everything along the square, including the buildings are brightly colored. Plus, Largo de Senado has a clean walkway with a lovely fountain nearby the street. It's great for taking a casual stroll around the area....more
Ding Ding Egg Tart only specializes in making egg tarts and it tastes delicious. Located along a hidden street by the historic Senado Square (Senate Square), the egg tarts are warm, crispy, and is a yummy sweet and savory treat.
This small cafe was densely packed with locals and the staff was in overdrive baking and selling traditional Macanese goods. I had a sweet bread, a cup of fruit, and a fruit yogurt shake, all of which were very tasty. Judging by the crowded popularity of the place, if you want some Macanese treats,...more
Built in 1587, St. Dominic's Church is toward the back of Largo de Senado (Senate Square). The interior of the Catholic church is fairly simple but the yellow exterior is a bright addition of things to see along the Square.