Monthly Archive: April, 2020

Street Food II – Fai Chi Kei

Fai Chi Kei is one of the seven parishes of Macau, one of the biggest administrative subdivisions (of the municipalities). It’s quite intensely populated – almost one third of Macau’s population allocated there. It stretches from the west of the peninsula across to the east. We never blame anyone here missing Fai Chi Kei, a place with few or actually...

Street Food I – Barbosa Market

Barbosa market, translated Portuguese namely “Complexo Municipal do Mercado de Tamagini Barbosa (台山街市市政綜合大樓). This is one of the most historical landmark located in Northern part of Macau. The open marketplace have served temporary migrants and residents back in the 70s. In 2005, the Macau Government have announced new construction development moving all market stalls in one centralized block. The Marketplace...