A night stroll around Macau

This post I’m not going to talk about where you should visit in Macau as the places in Macau are quite well known already.

So here I am telling you why you should take a night walk around the famous Ruins of St. Paul’s and Fisherman’s Wharf etc just to avoid crowd. =D

Macau

Perhaps I’m lucky enough to have a friend working in Macau so before I visit the place, I asked her opinion about visiting these places at night and she told me it was totally safe!

macau night view

I found my accommodation on AirBnb and it turned out the apartment was just right beside Ruins of St. Paul’s, and I’m not joking, it’s really just RIGHT BESIDE as you can see I can take such close picture through the window.

Macau

So yeah, I can definitely inspect the crowd on this popular ruins from day to night, at night, this place has some young crowd sitting around and gossiping and chit-chatting.

macau

The road beside the ruins just before the entrance to my Air Bnb apartment! And this popular pink wall below is just the street next to the apartment too and I loves chilling around the place, sitting on the bench.

macau

Macau Fisherman’s Wharf in the morning

macau fishermans wharf

Macau Fisherman’s Wharf at night

macau fisherman wharf

macau fisherman wharf

Macau Senado Square

The Senado Square is the square which will eventually leads you to the Ruins of St. Paul’s.

macau senado square

西湾安记 (Sai Van On Kei Restaurant)

This restaurant is located in an alley at Senado Square, it’s kinda hard to tell how to actually get to this restaurant but it’s crowded all the time, perhaps getting some help from the local will do the direction magic!

Address: 中國澳門得勝馬路14A號

senado square

The popular Venetian Hotel

I get to visit the one in Macau just right before my trip to Las Vegas, so yeah, there’s not much differences between these 2 places but just the crowd which you can’t really avoid in Macau. =.=”

macau venetian

We are all familiar with the buildings and architectures in Hong Kong & Macau which is really similar as I believe we all Malaysians grown up watching TVB dramas. =P

Macau

Nam Peng Cafe 南屏雅敘

This cafe which located in  十月初五日街 (Rua de Cinco de Outubro), which was once a prosperous street in Macau and somehow made popular by one of the recent Hong Kong Movie in 2015 –>  十月初五的月光 (Return of the Cuckoo).

ROTCuckoo-GSCM-Pos

Nam Peng Cafe is a tea cafe that opens in 1968. It is one of the oldest tea cafe and it is the first restaurant that has air conditioners in Macau. Now it is not as prosperous as it used to be, instead, it remains a strong flavor of local life.

macau nam peng cafe
nam peng cafe sandwich

Yin Yong and Nam Peng Sandwich

nam peng cafe

Macau Pork Chop Bun

One of the popular food which you can’t really missed when you’re in Macau!

Macau pork bun

Portuguese Egg Tart @ Margaret’s Cafe e Nata

Just one block away from the Hotel Sintra this place is a great find.

Address: 17B, Goldlion building, Rua do Comandante Mata e Oliveira,Macau, China

cafe e nata portugese egg tart

Speaking of Macau as the second Las Vegas, I doubt that. Except for all the casino hotels which is kind of similar, the culture experiences are definitely different and not to mentioned the foods & people are totally two different experience.

BIGBANG MADE in MACAO 2015 World Tour

I should end the post with my main intention to Macao which is to watch BIGBANG MADE in MACAO concert!

BIGBANG MADE in MACAO

Thanks to my fellow buddies who accompanied me in Macau and also chasing BIGBANG while waiting few hours at the ferry port!

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17 thoughts on “A night stroll around Macau

  1. I’ve not been to Macau yet so I found your post really interesting and helpful should I find myself there one day. Thanks for taking the time to share your story.

  2. Now i know your intention to visit Macau! hehe I never been a fan of chasing star, I bet the feeling could be super excited and fun =D Will the noise from the crowds wake you up since you stay near to Ruins of St. Paul?

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