"1)I travel for food. Food in Macau is mainly based on both Cantonese and Portuguese cuisine, drawing influences from Indian and Malay dishes as well, reflecting a unique cultural and culinary blend after centuries of colonial rule. Portuguese recipes were adapted to use local ingredients, such as fresh seafood, turmeric, coconut milk, and adzuki beans. So i'd love to taste these.????❤
2)And The mixing of the Chinese and Portuguese cultures and religious traditions for more than four centuries has left Macau with an inimitable collection of holidays, festivals and events. I would love to see the 2 traditions mixup.
3)Would love to see Ruins of St. Paul's. I love the design so much.
4)And most importantly, how can you not fall for views like this?
5)Roads that make you go crazy and make you stop for a picture because every angle is so perfect, ahaan? Macau, it is.❤
6)A little bit of gambling never killed nobody. How about this pretty ambience.
￼7)Macau Tower is such a nice view to look at, can i have all my eyes to the all the time, everytime.
8)Macau Wine Museum-
Set in the same building as the Grand Prix Museum, Macau’s wine museum is Asia's first museum devoted to wine. Reminiscent of a cellar, it offers a snappy history of winemaking, opening with the lovely liquid’s discovery by Egyptians and Phoenicians, then charting its spread from Greece across Europe and beyond.
9)Bowling at the Macau East Asian Games Dome in Cotai, which is a state-of-the-art sports facility that bowlers will be very impressed with.
10)Panda- Spend an entrancing hour or so gazing at one of the big, bumbling pandas who live in Macau’s Giant Panda Pavilion, where you’ll also spot monkeys and lemurs.
11) Kun Iam Temple-
Macau’s Goddess of Mercy temple was originally founded in the 13th century. Its latest incarnation, which features rooftop porcelain figurines, dates back to 1627.
12) Bigger than Vegas- Las Vegas has its Strip but Macau boasts the Cotai Strip. This area of reclaimed land connecting the ""islands"" of Taipa and Coloane is home to a sprawl of mega-casino hotels.
13) Contemporary Buddhist temple dedicated to the goddess A-Ma, featuring a museum & memento shops.
14) The Moorish Barracks is an interesting and unique inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage collection.
15) Micheal Jackson enthusiasts will be interested in seeing the nice little collection (free to visit) found at the Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16.
16) Details the earliest human settlements on the islands, the fishing industry prevalent on the islands, and the colonization and eventual independence of Macau.
17) For a taste of ""real"" Macau, venture around the corner from Lord Stow's Bakery to Coloane Town Square, overlooking the waterway separating Macau from the Chinese mainland.
19) Built in 1770, the park was originally the residence of a wealthy Portuguese merchant Manuel Pereira. At a later period, it was rented out to the English East India Company and was used to house the directors of the Macau branch of the company.
20) There are few more charming neighbourhoods in Macau than historic Taipa Village. Wander the warren of tiny alleyways and lantern-lit piazzas.