Macao Guide (V.1) : Day Trip 【澳门】一日游

Macau Part 2 - Day Trip at The City of Macau 
木偶餐厅 Cozinha Pinocchio 
顺牛奶 Yee Shun Dairy Company
大聖豬扒包皇 Tea Plus
大三巴牌坊 St. Paul's Ruins
議事亭前地 Senado Square

A short walk from The Venetian (澳门威尼斯人) and we arrived at the busy area of Macau, The Senado Square and other tourist spots, non the less, we hunt for local food too!


- Gorgeous Staircase -


- Lunch at Cozinha Pinocchio 木偶餐厅 @ Taipa 氹仔-

First meal at their well known Portuguese restaurant which already exist since 300 or 400 years ago. The dishes were inspired by the Chinese cuisine to suit the local taste.


- Inside the Cozinha Pinocchio -

Most of the designs in Macau are well designed and I love the cozy restaurant there.


- Of What We Had -

Tasty Portuguese meal.

After our lunch, we hired a cab and headed to Senado Square. Just a reminder, it is a must to visit their famous bakery - 鉅記 Koi Kei Bakery. However, to make our trip easier/ lighter while having fun in Macau, it is not necessary to buy all the cookies from there, because we could find the same cookies from Hong Kong too!


- At Senado Square -

I love Macau. The unique and authentic Portuguese architecture designs which well kept until today.

Tina brought us to the original well known steam milk's 燉奶 outlet in Macau too!


- 義顺牛奶 (Yee Shun Dairy Company) -

Indulging the best steam milk in town and perhaps the whole world!!


- 姜汁双皮燉奶 -

Double Skin Ginger Steam Milk definitely the best dessert I ever had, I come across the instant Ginger Steam Milk at the supermarket, but it was not that tasty compared to the original one from Macau. I miss that taste so so much!


- Shopping Paradise @ Senado Square -

Beautiful street. :) And I took one of the best street photography here too!


- The famous Pork Bun in Macau 大三巴猪扒包 @ 大聖豬扒包皇 Tea Plus -

It is a must to try the famous pork bun in Macau. We have visited St. Paul's Pork Bun outlet, however we were too full to eat them. I tried the Portuguese egg tarts in fact. I heard comments from friends that it wasn't the best one, but at least i tried it right?? Non the less, this shop was being screened on famous Korean TV series too!


- Portuguese Egg Tarts -


- Random Shot -

Interesting shop i have come across. Their crafts is amazing.

So we ARRIVED AT ONE OF THE WORLD HERITAGE SITE!!


- 大三巴牌坊 St. Paul's Ruins -

" The Ruins of St. Paul's (Portuguese: Ruínas de São Paulo, Chinese: 大三巴牌坊; pinyin: Dàsānbā Páifāng) refers to the ruins of a 16th-century complex in Macau including of what was originally St. Paul's College and the Cathedral of St. Paul also known as "Mater Dei", a 17th-century Portuguese cathedral dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle. Today, the ruins are one of Macau's most famous landmarks. In 2005, they were officially enlisted as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Centre of Macau. " - Wikipedia

Perfect place for pre-wedding photography. :)



- 議事亭前地 Senado Square -

" The Senado Square, or Senate Square, is a paved area in the centre of the former Portuguese colony of Macau, enclosed by the buildings of the Leal Senado, the General Post Office, and St. Dominic’s Church." - Wikipedia

Very happening Senado Square during our visit, we did saw a group of elderly were having silent protesting.

So, that's the end of this entry and my Macau trip!

Till we meet again MACAU! You are such a beauty!

Location :
木偶餐厅 Cozinha Pinocchio
澳門氹仔日頭街4號. Rua do Sol No.4, Taipa, Macau 
Contact No. (853)2882 7128(853)2882 7128

顺牛奶 Yee Shun Dairy Company
新马路三店
 
大聖豬扒包皇 Tea Plus
新馬路賣草地街7A號
 
大三巴牌坊 St. Paul's Ruins
風順堂街

議事亭前地 Senado Square 








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4 comments:

  1. Oh yes, i remember this place, plenty of interesting shops to shop!

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  2. So um, why am I at home and not sightseeing with you in Macau?! *Jealous*

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  3. from the photos , food portion so big lah....can finish?

    Alamak...human mountain human sea...hard to snap photos like that

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  4. So Beautiful! I thought of visiting Macau soon ,

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