Macau: Colonial Buildings and Great Food
Not sure what these are for, but they were pretty!
Pretty in multiples! These are cones of incense
Entrance to the A-Ma Temple — A lot of people going to and from the hill!
I liked how Macau’s street names are etched in blue and white tiles
Pastelaria Koi Kei – a very famous place to get Macanese sweet treats!
I was caught eating an egg tart 😛
Egg rolls cooked right in front of you
A gigantic moon cake!
Cured meat of sorts
Soon, there was the Moorish Barracks. We tried getting inside, but visitors weren’t allowed to go. 😦 Our next stop was the Senado Square.
Definitely a different architecture than all the others!
Pretty mosaic near the barracks
If you have seen photos of the Senado Square at one point, you’d be impressed with the flooring. What those photos didn’t tell was the number of people walking around, sitting or simply touring around the place. Phew! It was even difficult to grab a seat to rest.
The floor tiles were wonderful!
Margaret’s Cafe – small but bustling with customers!
People patiently waiting for freshly baked egg tarts. Yum! 🙂
St. Dominic’s Church
A very refreshing drink while exploring the city
Pork chop bun
After walking with the crowd amid the small alleys lined with stores of cured meat, we were at St. Paul’s Ruins.This ended our heritage walking tour of Macau. We headed back to the Pousada de Mong-Ha to prepare for our flight back home.
St. Paul’s Ruins