Macau has been administered by both the Chinese and Portuguese (because China had leased the port out to the Portuguese for a finite period). You will find a lot of European influence around.
Ruins of the Church of St. Paul’s
My friend SC says this shop has the smoothest tofu pudding she has ever tried. I don’t know if I can concur because nothing tops the memory of KN saying, “好滑” (“so smooth”) while the tofu pudding slid out of her mouth. This happened years ago when we were eating tofu pudding at the foot of the big Buddha, at Lantau Island (Hong Kong).
Other notable Macanese foods: almond cookies, portuguese egg tart, pork jerky, and pork buns.
Fortress of Our Lady of the Mount of St. Paul
Lou Lim Ieoc Garden
Macau is known for its casinos, and it seems there are not enough of them. While Wynn Palace here had its grand opening this summer, there are still many under development.
Thanks to AM and SC for showing me around!