Category: Macanese

Portuguese Bakery

Portuguese Bakery is located in one of the hidden street corners; A very well known street named Beco do Sal “Salt Lane”. Yet which, that already existed from the 1950s onwards, a closeby alleyway directing to Rua da Praia do Manduco, a main street focusing on food tradings. When you see the street named “Salt”, everyone might aware already the...

Lai Wah Coloane

Located on the street behind Keu Kei (known as Rua do Caetano), operating a new, macanese-style restaurant. I believe it is not a spot that people are familiar with; this shop has been in business since the 1980s. The location is just around the corner of red houses; opposite comes a chicky, five-story high houses; having beautiful trees and vines...

Coloane Kiu Kei Cafe

Today just finished off walking around the Morro de Hac Sa Family Trail at Long Chao Kok; it mearly took us an hours walk journey. Right after, everyone’s start to think of Kiu Kei Cafe which, needless to say; all arrived at Coloane’s Avenida de Cinco de Outubro meeting area; all spent only five minutes time for a street car...

The Vic’s Place

Located at the basement’s European-style property, The Rocks Hotel, at Macau Fisherman’s Wharf; The hotel lobby went extremely, beautifully decorated. Along with the spiral staircase and European crystal chandelier embellishments, the lobby doesn’t feel restrained at all. The Homy ambience Once stepped into the main dining area, the highlight goes to the wooden furniture themed setups; Embedded with semi-open kitchen,...

Casa Garden (Orient Foundation)

In 1770, Manuel Pereira, a wealthy Portuguese businessman; Founder in Macau’s insurance industries; built a two and a half-storey garden-style villa. It was absolutely gorgeous, show its noble kind; and claimed as the most spectacular building of all. Recalled by one of American Businessman “The Palace”. In 1780, Pereira leased to the British East India Company. The tenant invented Portuguese-English...

St. Anthony’s Parish’s Luís de Camões Park

Luís de Camões Park  is near the St. Anthony’s Church, the Casa Garden, neighboring Protestant Cemetery; is located in front of the Park. It is one of the historic parks in Macau too, covering an area total of 20,000 square meters. Built in the middle of the eighteenth century and was originally the park villa from one of the wealthy...

Macanese Christmas Desserts

When young remembered the church’s midnight mass that must attend on Christmas Eve; neatly well dressed, sharing a lively, but peaceful two hours gathering. Immediately after the ceremony arrived at my cousin’s home start off our family Christmas parties; same time exchange gifts, eat and drink well, most of all having fun with all cousins and relatives, getting busy till...

Macanese Cuisine Database

Macanese cuisine always appeal as historical, invaluable Macau cultural reflections. Blended with cross cultural cuisines integrations derived from Europe, Asia and Africa; It all clearly cut out real actual fusion from Eastern and Western cultures; that embodies the co-existence of Macau’s four hundred years culture and city development. Macanese Cuisine Datbase Assigned as UNESCO Create Macau City of Gastronomy in...

Mariazinha

Located few minutes away from Macau’s major streets “Rua da Palha” – one of the main road directing to The Ruins of St. Paul’s. Unlike other neighbouring restaurants around tempted to alter themselves attracting more tourist from this famous route for turnovers, Mariazinha has kept their food qualities in its best traditional styles. Its all about family business The name...

Club Militar de Macau Musical Journeys

Located next to Garden Francisco (Macau Avenida da Praia Grande) – The Military Club was built in 1872. This building serves as a recreation area for exclusive members at the Military Club. In the 40’s served as a shelter for refugees. After, the Repartição da Fazenda (Treasury) was setup there which, from the 50s onwards, now the property named Clube...