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This is the main market in Macau, and if you are into buying really fresh food, like still alive or you have kind of a sadistic/voyer person in you this is the place. So choose carefully if you want to go there, but either way,...More
I hate the food in school, so I often cook by myself. So I need to go to the supermarket often. But the vegetables and meat in supermarket are not very fresh and much. So I decided to go to vegetable market. I heard Red...More
Kind of gory, but but to be expected. I enjoyed the look inside and wished I could be a real shopper and buy ingredients for dinner. The building itself is distinctive and I was grateful it helped orient me as I was lost at the...More
Great place for bargains, local food and authentic experience without casinos and tourist crowds. Easy to get to and fud to get lost in the maze of the shops, foodstalls and real life of the town. I definitely looked out of place, but people were...More
The Red Market is an active wet market found in historic red-brick building located on the corner of Avenida Amirante Lacerda and Avenida Horta e Costa, just north of the Three Lamps District in Macau.
The building, designed by local architect Julio Alberto Basto in...More