An old commercial avenida now famous among backpackers for budget hotels and authentic fusion restaurants.
This human-powered tricycle is one of the best and economical ways to get around the small streets and corners of Macau.
For centuries, the Senado Square has been a popular venue for various public events and celebrations in Macau. It can also be the best place to carry around your banner ads.
If you think this is BIG well, you haven’t seen the real thing yet. This is a replica of Alan Leung Sek Fai’s bread, the world’s largest at 420 pound (190.50 Kg).
Macau’s fishing culture can still be felt among its old ports.
Grafittis, whether a form of art or vandalism, are all around the avenidas of Macau.
Green is in, yes. But no real greens around this neighborhood.