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This is where shopping is taken very seriously by the shop owners. They all have promos of all kinds.
The best shops are the food stores. Do not rush and panic buy, just go around and check everything if you are not in a hurry...More
You can get your souvenir from all the shops here. When to one small eatery, surprisingly, they served very good congnee and dim sum but i just can't remember the shop name. Tried the curry fish Ball in one of the roadside stall [very clean],...More
Nothing really special here, although as part of a walkabout round the old town okay. Macau is basically a huge gambling area for the rich Chinese (and other rich tourists). Not that much to do except wander around.
Beautiful, Mediterranean feel of the main town square. It would be fantastic with every scrap of horrible decoration removed that were suppose to make mainland Chinese tourists feel at home. Why would you spoil such a beautiful place.
What can I say, it is a like a street in Europe, but in Macau.. if you are from Europe you will probably be underwhelmed by the buildings, and a bit overwhelmed by the sheer numbers of Chinese Tourists. My wife wanted to do it,so...More
Response from Cacofonix99 | Reviewed this property |
Agree wholeheartedly with Ravi. We actually stayed at Hong Kong and visited Macau for a day. We hardly shopped because everything was way more expensive than in the US, where I go regularly. Zara is cheaper even in Amsterdam.