Category: Photography

Sleeping Buddha Nan Shan Temple

Fuk Hing Street (Rua da Figueira) is located in the St Anthony’s Parish, from Rua dos Cavaleiros to Rua da Entena. It is a brick stone road mapping from the east to west; In Portuguese named Rua de Figueira. The temple adjacent to Fu Hing Street became one of the richest treasures of Macau’s Chinese Culture. It is also claimed...

San Kio Dawn Market

San Kio Macau belongs to a early developed districts. A lot of people would agree San Kio is the most interesting place ever. Within San Kio streets, most neighboring locals familiar with this “dawn market”; Mainly sell household furniture, housing deco and electrical appliances. Nowadays appeared as special sightseeing spot. Its also a favorite spot for household employees, elderlies and...

Chui Yuen Kei Macaroni

Every time after a weekend Coloane trial hiking, we would definitely go for a quick visit “The furious Macaroni guy”; Coloane Chui Yuen Macaroni Cha Chaan Teng. Though it sounds scary; the name actually came from my husband one time when he hurried rushing for his “food order”. The shop go extremely busy and causes this old folk made a...

The Japanese Ramen Culture

I believed a lot of people would crave for a bowl of authentic ramen in Japan; Unfortunately due to the epidemic, I’m afraid the only way to cherish their ramen moments would be stationing in Macau. Few years ago, there was a Japanese ramen booming eating trend in Macau; Having good quality shops that can stay behind within the competitive...

St Miguel Arcanjo Cemetery

When speaking of St. Miguel’s Cemetery, not a lot of people might know about such place. However, after recalling the name “The old cemetery”, majority locals would then know about the spot right away. The name “St Michael” came from one of the archangels named Michael (Portuguese translation: St Miguel Arcanjo). According to the Catholic bible that recorded, Archangel Michael...

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...

The return of today’s Mandarin House

This year we’re lucky enough randomly selected in the “Cultural Guided Tour” organised by the Museum of Macau. The entire historic site tour last for three and a half hours, in which on site itineraries included the return of the Mandarin House. Unexpectedly would like to revisit again the ever every corner and detail of this heritage place. The Mandarin...

There’s a true and fake Lilau fountain?

Referring back in the ancient times (the Ming Dynasty presumably); It was fairly difficult for residents near Lilao area reaching up the mountain acquiring drinking water; An old lady witnessed such desparate situation, thus spent some money sending someone build a reservoir facilitating water collections. In odrer to commemorate the good deeds of this old lady, the well renamed till...

Heavy Weighted Beef Tongue with XO sauce and Fried Egg Bun

Unknowingly, Tak Fung Gourmet has opened several branches, located in Rua da Bairro and Fai Chi Kei. Every time you reached there, you don’t have to worry about what you want gonna eat that day; All food photos plastered on the entire wall area, so you can see at one glance. The hot and spicy XO sauce, stacked with fried...

Rua da Ribeira do Patane Seafood

As soon as picking up the call from Milene, god knows she spot on new food choice again. We all meet up in the neighboring Pantane market store (Mercado Municipal do Patane); Whilst meantime, introducing the restaurant’s mosts respectful owner, Mr. Wong. Apart from looking up just for the sake of enjoying a quick seafood meal; the boss also brought...