After 3 days of hectic visiting, it is time for us to take it slow and easy in the laid back Taipa, an island linked to mainland Macau by the Taipa Bridge (also known as the Governador Nobre de Carvalho Bridge). Though small, Taipa is definitely worth your time
Macau is a city that doesn’t sleep! There are abundance of night activities (karaoke, drinking holes, casino, food) to keep visitors to this Asian Las Vegas busy and away from their beauty sleep. That said, how could we miss it right?
The historic centre of Macau was always crowded, streets are narrow and the buildings are built very close to one another. Overall, it has a compact layout. Having spend a full day exploring the historic centre yesterday, it was an excellent choice for us…
Senado Square, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is also the historic centre of Macau. It is therefore a must visit destination when in Macau. Besides the many historic European styled buildings, the other uniqueness of the square is the white and grey stone
The Procession of Our Lady of Fatima is an annual event held every 13th of May in honour of a sighting of the Virgin Mary in Portugal in 1917. The event kick starts at 5 pm with benediction followed by mass in Portugese at the St. Dominic Church in Senado Square.