The cold 13 degree afternoon weather was perfect for strolling around downtown Macau. With our accommodation located very close to the city’s World Heritage Site, we pretty much wandered about the city’s “ruas” the whole afternoon, discovering new restaurants and places to hang-out in “Largo do Senado” and the streets of downtown Macao.
“The Historic Centre of Macao” is the 31st site in China to be granted the status “World Heritage Site.” And if you don’t know yet, World Heritage is being awarded to places with an outstanding universal value to humanity and its culture.
“The Historic Centre of Macao” encompasses architectural legacies interwoven in the midst of the urban fabric that includes streetscapes and piazzas.
Having visited Macau countless of times, I have covered many of the tourist spots and sampled the must-try classic restaurants. This trip is dedicated to slashing off the remaining few tourist spots I have missed out during my previous visits and discover more about the intriguing Portuguese/Chinese culture that made me come back again and again to Macau; and ultimately, find the pastelaria making the best egg tart in Macau!
Will write about this Macau jaunt soon on my personal life+style blog, Doyzkie.com.
OOTD: Undershirt from 21Men, Black leather Jacket from Topman, Heat Tech from Uniqlo, Pants from Wrangler, shoes from Pedro del Herrero.