Category: Photography

Best delicious Lamb Casserole

Located on the ground floor of Rua da Erva, Fai Seng Restaurant settled in an extremely inconspicuous, local, old street blocks. One day noon time while the temperature stayed low around six degrees, struggling from the outside coldness; we noticed the shop was so busy and yet filled with great warmth. The strong scent of cooking lamb flanks filled up...

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...

Coloane Hong Kei Dalgona Coffee

I believed many people would assume “Why bother writing about Hong Kei, after commented by Chau Yuen Fat, the celebrity”. Everyone might acknowledged this is a must-visit place for every traveller try their hand-made coffee whilst visiting Coloane.” They have almost conquered the world about this technique promoting “handmade coffee”, spinning at 400 rpm with bare hands, inspiring the hearts...

Nam Kee Claypot Rice

Today’s weather progressively entering into winter seasons, and just then the temperature dropped below six degrees. It was an excellent great time enjoy eating claypot rice. Today have chosen the long non-visiting the street alleyways 6th haystack street, Rua das Estalagens, “Nam Kee” claypot rice . It has a history of more than forty years since its opening. It is...

Poon Choi Basin Meal

The indispensable “Poon Choi” cuisine during the Lunar New Year each year; its original meaning referred as “Full hall of luck” and “Full clothing and adequate food”. The ingredients used in Poon Choi has special auspicious meaning behind. Looking back at the origin of Poon Choi, this spectacular dish came from Hong Kong, the New Territories of Hakka communities, that...

Macau’s best golden biscuit

The best traditional snacks located at the Senado Square Macau; “Pun Veng Kei” golden crunchy biscuit, has a history of more than 70 years in Macau. This “Street cart” pastry stall has long queues almost every single day. Remembering the flagship store’s memories located next to the pepper-cake stores at Rua da Palha; Listening to the mahjong noises inside the...

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,...

God of Land Temple

Ribeira do Patane Temple The oldest temple God of the land in Macau named “Wing Fook Ancient Society” in Patane Temple. Historical record shown built in Song Dynasty, almost 700 years of age. It is the largest temple in Macau with the longest history; one of the five local temples constructed in the Ming Dynasty. The Patane God of land...

Potriat of Saint Andrew Kim

In the previous episode claimed setup a bronze bust of the great Portuguese poet Camoes in the park. Few people noticed that another figure erected in the depths of the park; That is, the Korean Saint Andrew Kim (1821-1846). His icon also appeared in St. Anthony’s Church. It is very interesting that you can see such unique; a few non-Chinese...