No trip to Macau is complete without visiting the ruins. I wasn’t keen with this place as I thought its a tourist trap. Indeed it is a tourist trap but there are many interesting things to see.
St Paul’s Ruins was filled to the brink. Many people were posing in front of the ruins to take pictures.
We do not know why there was a group of photographers congregating here.
Back facade of the famous St Paul’s ruins.
There is a small crypt and museum behind the well preserved façade.
We hiked up to Monte Forte to check out the panoramic view of mainland Macao. Most of the views are uninterrupted thus it was a treat for photographers.
There is also a small museum in the fort. We paid a small fee to get in to learn a little about Macau.
Cricket fighting was very popular in Macau but it died down eventually. I guess all the crickets died due to mass development. Cricket fighting was so popular that enthusiasts had coffins and tombs for their beloved crickets.
This view reminds of the smelly peep shows of Amsterdam. Euw.
Street food is abundant in Macau.
Here we tried a fruit cocktail with orange juice.
Check out the menu.
“Gold coin egg biscuit” at Pun Ving Kei run by some old people. Although it looks like a simple pastry, there was a huge crowd in front of the store. Probably one of the best business one can hope for – simple recipe, low operation cost and unlimited supply of customers.