Category: Photography

Protestant Cemetery

In front of the Camões Garden and next to the Casa Garden, found two inconspicuous monuments: Morrison’s Church and the Old Protestant Cemetery. They were also part of the Pereira’s Palace before. Once through a small iron gate walking down the steps, you can see a small Romanesque church with a white exterior wall, named after Morrison; the first Protestant...

Portugal National Poet (Luís de Camões) Bronze Statue

Portugal’s national poet Luís de Camões bronze statue In Camões Garden, there is a grotto composes of three large rocks. In the cave built a bronze statue of a legendary Portuguese bronze bust. The poet, who was born in a ruined noble family more than 400 years ago, banished to Macau for offending court officials. His poems inherited the folk...

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...

St Anthony’s Church

One of the three ancient Catholic churches in Macau; orginally built in the 15th century. It was the place where the Jesuits originally stationed in Macau. Under church’s domination as the Saint Anthony’s. In the past, most Portuguese weddings were held in this church. The believers wore brand-new white robes and held flowers in their hands. The entire place was...

Macau Thai Cultural Festival

All the past years lived lots of Thai Chinese migrate from Thailand rooting Thai food and traditional customs in Macau. Thus, many Thai restaurants have well mixed with elements of relatively primitive Macau Thai Cuisine, creating unique, localised Thai cuisine. Yet unknowingly injected within Macau’s daily life. Truly, Thai food has claimed as one of the most popular dishes today....

Old Macau Tradition Association

Speaking of Cantonese cuisine varieties in Macau, it all offer high-qualities, unique unforgettable flavors; from traditional to modern, anti-traditional cooking models, combined with Chinese and Western ways. Provided majority Macau hotel outlets that offer spectacular, special chinese flavors with its own authentic tastes; Regardless the top noch services that matters, or the full satisfaction left in its own taste buds,...

Montanha Russa Park

My last Montanha Russa Park visit was back in my primary school’s annual excursions, named “Kids Hiking”. All students and teachers from the same grade gathered in one, taking school bus direct to the park for picnics and fun games. In those years considered as one of the flagship annual event. The park’s iconic feature start from the entrance, along...

Wa Sang Hong Herbalist

Wa Sang Hong Herbalist has its reputation well established in Macau for more than 30 years. Its famous for its authentic turtle jelly, herbal tea and various doube boiled soups; they also hold branches in Macau Galaxy Broadway Food Street providing same services. Meantime also, they also setup sub-branches in Shunde, Zhongshan. The Famous Turtle Jelly I prefer buying Turtle...

The Bird’s Garden hidden restaurant

Whilst spending great time with my friend for a quick jogging at The Guia Hill in one of a Thursday mornings; We both went to one of a the hidden restaurant at Horta da Mitra, The Bird’s Paradise. I believed not too many people might heard about this restaurant, open Monday to Saturday, from noon to five. Although it is...