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88 Stanley Main St, Stanley, Hong Kong
Stanley can get crowded on the weekends, so we opted for a midweek trek to this expat hangout. The vibe was laid back and relaxed and the bay was calm with fishing boats neatly docked. The Boathouse is perfectly situated to take in all the sights...
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St. Lawrence's Parish, Macau
People flock to Macau to gamble. There's nothing wrong with that, but it's a shame when time at the roulette wheel takes away from exploring what is otherwise a brilliant little colonial-era treasure. Macau's old cobbled streets are brimming with...
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Macau
One of Macau's most famous landmarks. The front façade and the grand stone stairs are the only remains of the greatest church in Macau or even in East Asia.
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Macau
Dark brick walls interiors creates the ambience of Portuguese dining as this restaurant has stood the test of time over the last decade. The restaurant falls under the category of Portuguese food, but there are sprinkling of Macanese dishes like...
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2/F, Grand Lisboa Hotel, Avenida de Lisboa, Macau
The Eight is classy fine dining Cantonese located at the Grand Lisboa. The base of the chef’s cooking techniques lie in classic dishes done brilliantly – light, fresh, delicate and pristine – the best ingredients in their purest form, soups light...
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s/n Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca, Macau
Back in 2011, I got a room here at a discounted MOP1,300+ per night without breakfast and gave it a go! The room is definitely very beautifully crafted, and details were attended to from the bed lighting, to the mini-living room, to the...
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Macau, 澳門花王堂前地
Macau is beautiful for walks after dark. With abit of imagination you could almost feel like you're in Portugal- cobbled stones, colonial architecture and lots of cathedrals and churches near Senado Square. Especially if the heat is unbearable, do...
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Macau, Avenida da Republica, Fortaleza de Sao Tiago da Barra
Located a little further away from the bling and adreneline rush of the casinos, the only Relais Chateaux in Macau was built in 1629, and served as a former fortress for the Portuguese. Sunday brunches on the terrace over looking the sea are...
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R. da Felicidade, Macau
Once known as a "red light district" for sailors passing through Macau, Rua da Felicidade has revitalized into an area for bakkwa - a sweet meat in flat, sheet-like forms - among other boutique restaurants, shops, and cafes.
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MacauAvenida Doutor Mario Soares, 90號號 Avenida Doutor Mário Soares n° 90, Macau
This is Macau's answer to Colette in Paris or Haji Lane in Singapore - local and international designer collections are available here as well bespoke stationery and souvenirs by local creatives.
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R. da Felicidade, Macau
On the opposite side of Senado square, walk up the little street, the first right street is rua da felicidade, Macau's former red light district - also how the street got its name "Happiness Street" from its former seedy, heady colonial past....
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MacauR. de São Paulo, 36號號
Sweet Joy is a shop just down from the ruins of St. Paul's in Macau that serves an unusual Korean ice cream treat: soft-serve ice cream that is squeezed into a thick cornmeal "cone" in the shape of a traditional, foot-long candy cane. Filled with...
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Central, Hong Kong
No visit to Hong Kong is complete without a visit to Lan Kwai Fong. LKF is where expats are seen drinking, dancing, and partying the night away on any given night. The area forms a small rectangle in the Central districts with D'Aguilar Street and...