The beautifully decorated Largo Do Senado
Town bus is the most convenient means of transportation in Macau
Old colonial buildings are found in every corner of Largo Do Senado
The well preserved heritage is given a nice coating of paint to distinguish it from one another
This street is commonly known as 'Sau Shun Kai' (gift street). Tourists flock in every day as this street is also an obligatory route toward the most well-known landmark in Macau - The Ruins of St. Paul.
The magnificent structure is seen at the far end.
Oops... too lazy to find out anything about the statues... (guess I need some help, if you could name it)
I am speechless...
Portuguese folk dance performance
Poon Weng Kei makes the best egg crisp in Macau
The egg crisp contains a strong aroma of egg as only egg yolk is used in making the delicacy.
Surprise! I was told by the locals that the ice-cream vendor goes round the town to sell his ice-cream and you will never know his whereabouts so it is not easy to bump into him. I didn't take any pictures of the homemade ice-cream for I was being overexcited the moment I saw him.The vendor makes the ice-cream all by himself without the help of any electric beater. The result is a creamier and smoother texture with very little air bubbles in the ice-cream.
Another surprise! One terribly small scoop of ice-cream costs HKD15!!!
We had our lunch at Loja Sopa Da Fita Cheong Kei (Cheong Kei Noodle House).
You don't need anyone to tell you how good their noodles are.
There is always a long queue throughout the day.
Wonton noodles with Nam Yue Pig's Trotter
Har Ji Meen (Wonton noodles with shrimp roe)