What to do and where to go in Macao?
Colonized by the Portuguese in 1557, Macao was the oldest European outpost in China. In 1987, Portugal and China reached an agreement to return Macao to Chinese rule on Dec. 20, 1999.
Source : (infoplease.com)
So if you love some history blah blah blah then Macao should be on your list !
First constructed in 1580, St. Paul’s Church caught fires in 1595 and 1601. However, reconstruction started in 1602 soon after the church was burnt down. Completed in 1637, the church became the biggest Catholic Church in East Asia at that time. Unfortunately, a violent typhoon hit Macau in 1835 and the church caught fire for the third time leaving its glory a history. According to historical materials, St Paul’s Church, built with white stones, had a grand vaulted roof. It had three magnificently decorated halls.
Source : (travelchinaguide.com)
Walking down the streets near the ruins of St. Paul will be the best decision lol ! Why ? Because everywhere you look vendors are giving free taste of their products, and the good part about this is that you can eat as many as you want hahah lol! From beef jerky, to bread and different kinds of cookies! And of course I did taste them all and by the time we were leaving I’m already full so no need to buy hahaha lol streetwise huh?
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