A leisurely trip to Macau, a happy walk

A leisurely trip to Macau, a happy walk

You can take a quick walk on foot and have a leisurely trip on foot.

You can do it in Macau.

  When you are strolling in Macau, you must go to Asia-Africa to shelter Lu Da Ma Road, which is the new road in the Macao population. It is the main street in downtown Macau. There are many museums and churches, and there are many places to go.It has a special restaurant, and there are traces of life of native Portuguese people everywhere.

The special population of native Portuguese refers to people born and living in Macao with Portuguese descent.

They have their own diet, marriage customs, religious and cultural characteristics, have their own way of life, and even developed a special food called “local Portuguese cuisine”, mainly Goa and Malaysian flavors, and of course a little Chinese cooking.influences.

This kind of food is divided into Chinese food, which is divided into Portuguese food, and a unique food that mixes different local flavors.

Today, this kind of food has become an irreplaceable tasting project for traveling to Macau.

  From the Dutch Garden Road to the right, you can see a row of buildings built in the 1920s.

These buildings have been restored and are now home to government departments such as the Central Library, the Historical Archives, and the Tower Stone Health Center.

The Central Library Building and the Historical Archives Building are typical of the Macao aristocratic family.

In 1982, the project won the PATA (Asia Pacific Tourism Association) award.

  Known as Taipa in Portuguese, it is a place name in Macau and one of the three parts of Macau.

In Zizi, there are five small buildings built in the early twentieth century, which are very famous.

The first small building of Aberdeen is the home of the native, the old residential museum, which houses Chinese and Western furniture from the early 19th century to the twentieth century, revealing a traditional Macao native Portuguese family.Living environment.

Its second small building is the home of the island. The exhibits are mainly based on pictures and models to introduce the changes of the children and road rings in the past 100 years.

The third building is the home of the Portuguese region, which displays the national costumes of the ten main regions of the Portuguese mainland and surrounding islands, as well as handicrafts, literature and pictures of each ethnic group.

The fourth building is a multi-purpose exhibition hall called the Antique Exhibition and other cultural events.

The last building is the Guest House, which is opposite some of the amphitheatre for small concert performances.

The special reminder is that the museum here is closed on Monday, so if you visit, remember the date!

  In the Guia Mountain in Macau, there is St. Augustine Church and St. Lawrence Church.

St. Augustine’s Church was built in 1586 by the Austin priests. The church is dedicated to the crucifixion of Jesus. Every year the icon of the suffering of Jesus departs from St. Augustine’s Church and cruises along the city.

The altar of St. Laos’s temple is quaint and dignified, and the roof is a Chinese-style gold tile.

Along the right side of St. Lawrence’s Church to the Windsor Hall, there is the St. Joseph’s Abbey Church (built by the Jesuits). The layout of the church is a Latin cross. The top is a dome. The church is filled with a sacred box.Placed in St. Francis?

Shab’s arm bones, St. Francis?

Shabhu died in Shangchuan Island in the south of Macau.

  Channelli, the most famous painter in China’s coastal areas, arrived in Macau in 1825 after his painting art succeeded in Britain and India.

He has since been engaged in his artistic creation in Macau.

Among them, the Dove Nest Park and its nearby fort and St. Paul’s Church are often the scenes under the Chanelly brush.

The Church of the Immaculate Conception, Renci Hall, is often the backdrop for Channelly’s sketches and watercolors (children on the street, street hairdressers, street vendors and animal “pigs”).

In short, the name of Chennai can be seen as an artistic symbol of the era of Macao.

  An arrogant name for the mad hall.

There are not many people in this alley, but it is very tasteful. It is an alley that condenses art and pride. When you go there, there will always be a feeling of emotion floating around your heart.

It is a feeling, or it is moving.

  There are many restored and refurbished European-style buildings in the Crazy Lane Lane, once considered a noble place with elegant furnishings and gorgeous balconies.

  At the top, the area of Macao has almost doubled. It is one of the new districts in the new reclamation.

The new reclamation area of the Outer Harbour has become the center of Macau’s nightlife, where restaurants and bars are open all day.

  If you are walking around here, you can start at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

From the hotel’s fitness center to a garden, there are some small lakes and stone carvings in the flower beds. The front side of the road along the coast is the Macao Cultural Center (the huge flying dragonfly on the top of the building). Next is Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s Da Ma Road.The transparent jazz space (Jazz Glass House) on the beach is followed by Guanyin.There is a wide boulevard facing Guanyin, here is Song Yusheng Park.

After crossing the park, it is the Friendship Road. Turn left to the Art Park. After crossing the Friendship Road, Hexian Park.

Going out from the right side of the park is Gaomeishi Street and walks along Gomes Street to the tourist activity center.

In short, the feeling of watching along the road in Macau is very pleasant.

  The wine is not afraid of the deep alley.

Like wine, food is the same.

The alleys are just like the food.

  A small street of 500 meters in Guanye Street is a typical narrow street in Macau.

Both sides are densely packed, but they are the places where diners must go.

Those who have come to Macao, and then mention the official street will also be embarrassed.

Because the food on Guanye Street is really too exciting.

Especially when eating piglets.

Looking up, around the front and rear, all in one, burying a delicious pork chop.

The scene is quite spectacular.