Macau, also known as Macao, is one of the two special administrative regions of the People’s Republic of China along with Hong Kong. It is popular for a day trip for Hong Kong tourists, but also it is a good place to explore for few days. Macau has lots of different aspects that worth to travel. I traveled Macau for two and a half days while I was on my way to China. During the time, I tried to capture the different sides.

 

Blue tile art in Macau

View of Macau - people and casino

Patacas - Macau Currency

Cathedral

Outside of Cathedral

Tiles of Macau

Having the first cup of coffee in Macau

Back street of Macau

St.Lazarus

Street of Macau in St Lazarus Quarter

Macau Street art

at Sanado Square

Dom Petro V Theatre

Street art of Macau - St.Paul's

Korean group tourists at St.Pauls

St Domingos

Macau at night

A butcher at Red Market MAcau

No bathing in the toilet

Tree near St Lazarus Quarter

Custard Tart and Juno

Dog Toilet in Macau

Lou Lim Leoc garden

Chickens Ducks in Macau Market

Portuguese Chicken in Macau

Crab meat and Prawn

14 thoughts on “Macau Out and About in Photos”

    1. Thanks Lauren! Yeah, sorry to hear that you didn’t have a chance to visit! It’s a cool place. Well, you are close enough! 🙂 Maybe next time?!

  1. I’m with Lauren – I never got time to get to Macau when I was there (too busy partying the nights away) but it looks like a great place Juno – I’d definitely try and get back there =)

  2. Away from the tourist attractions and casinos, Macau has those small streets winding along the hillsides. Small shops and a busy street life, with few tourists – it feels like the past of HK still alive in Macau.
    The place feels good, very safe and friendly.
    If you look around there are even some very nice guesthouses such as the Pusada de Hhong Ha.

  3. Danyelle Franciosa

    What a great place and a great photos as well. Macau is one of the place where most of the people wants to have vacation. Nice share, thanks!

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