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Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Macau, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Macau: Your comprehensive guide

Dive into a city where East meets West, steeped in history from its days as a Portuguese colony, blending seamlessly with the rhythm of China. Wander through narrow alleyways adorned with pastel-colored neoclassical buildings, a testament to a rich architectural tapestry. The heartbeat of the city pulses around the Ruins of St. Paul's, standing tall as a reminder of Macau's layered past. Embrace the tapestry of cultures through traditional dance, lively festivals, and the clashing of cymbals. And before you wave goodbye, let the flavors of Macau dance on your palate with a bite of the iconic Portuguese egg tart, or a spoonful of Minchi.

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

Macau’s culinary scene is a tantalizing blend of Chinese and Portuguese influences, with a dash of Southeast Asian flavors, reflecting its rich history as a colonial trading post. One of the must-try dishes is the iconic Macanese Egg Tart, a delicious pastry that boasts a creamy custard center housed in a flaky, buttery shell. Portuguese influences shine through in dishes like Bacalhau à Brás, a flavorful mix of shredded salted cod, potatoes, and onions bound together with scrambled eggs.

For those inclined towards the meatier side, African Chicken, a spicy, coconut-rich dish infused with a blend of exotic spices, is a local favorite. Another meat dish that is highly recommended is Minchi, considered the national dish of Macau, combining ground meat (usually beef or pork), diced potatoes, onions, and Worcestershire sauce, typically served with a fried egg on top.

The confluence of cultures is also evident in the Macanese Prawn Curry, characterized by its tangy and spicy flavor profile, influenced by Portuguese and Indian cuisines. Another seafood delight is Clams in Portuguese Sausage, bringing together the briny taste of fresh clams with the spicy and smoky flavor of Portuguese sausage.

Macau’s street food scene is vibrant and diverse, featuring Pork Chop Buns, a simple yet satisfying snack consisting of a seasoned, boneless pork chop enveloped in a crispy bun. To experience the variety of flavors in a single dish, try the Macau-style Duck Rice, made with duck cooked in its own juices and served over rice.

For noodles lovers, the Crab Congee, a comforting rice porridge with fresh crabmeat, is an excellent choice. Another noodle dish to explore is Serradura, a chilled, layered dessert that combines sweetened whipped cream with crumbled biscuits, offering a sweet end to your meal.

Regarding beverages, be sure to savor the local Macau Beer and the refreshing Macau Rickey, a cocktail concocted with gin, lime, and soda water, offering a cooling antidote to Macau’s often humid climate.

Every culinary stop in this gastronomic tour is located near restaurants that have been recommended by Google users, ensuring that you are directed to the best places to experience authentic flavors. Whether it’s a well-known restaurant or a hidden gem, these recommendations will lead you to savor Macau’s gastronomic delights in their finest forms.

Transportation and getting around the city

Landing in Macau, you'll find it relatively easy to navigate your way around. To get from the airport to the city, there are a couple of convenient options. The public buses are pretty straightforward and economical, offering a range of routes that cover major hotels and tourist spots. If you prefer a more private mode of transport, there are taxis readily available at the airport; just keep in mind to have the address of your destination written in Chinese or Portuguese as most drivers may not speak English.

Once you’re settled in the city, getting around is a breeze. Macau is quite compact, and public buses connect various parts of the city, making it easy and affordable to explore different neighborhoods. If you prefer a more flexible schedule, taxis are widely available, and they are relatively inexpensive compared to other major cities. However, the traffic can be quite heavy, especially during weekends or holidays, so factor in a little extra time if you have a schedule to keep.

For those who enjoy soaking in the sights on foot, many of Macau’s attractions are within walking distance of each other, especially in the city center around Senado Square. The area is pedestrian-friendly with numerous signages in English, making it easy to navigate.

If you fancy a more organized way to see the sights, there are sightseeing buses available, like the Open Top Bus Macau, offering hop-on, hop-off services with audio guides, ensuring you don’t miss out on any interesting tidbits about the city’s rich history and culture. Tickets for these can usually be purchased online, at tourism offices, or directly on the bus.

Macau also has a handy app called “Macau Bus Guide & Offline Map” to help you plan your bus routes in real-time, providing bus schedules and letting you know when the next bus is due. It’s a lifesaver when you’re trying to figure out the local public transport system.

Remember, while in Macau, using the local currency, the Macau Pataca (MOP), is the way to go, but Hong Kong Dollars are widely accepted too. Enjoy traversing through the enchanting streets of Macau, soaking in its vibrant culture and heritage!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Ruins of St. Paul's . The Venetian Macao . Senado Square .

3d : Ruins of St. Paul's . The Venetian Macao . Senado Square . Macau Tower . A-Ma Temple . Galaxy Hotel .

5d : Ruins of St. Paul's . The Venetian Macao . Senado Square . Macau Tower . A-Ma Temple . Galaxy Hotel . The Parisian Macao . Monte Fort . Macao Museum .

All : Ruins of St. Paul's . The Venetian Macao . Senado Square . Macau Tower . A-Ma Temple . Galaxy Hotel . The Parisian Macao . Monte Fort . Macao Museum . Macau Fisherman's Wharf . Taipa Houses . St. Dominic's Church . Macao Giant Panda Pavilion . Macau Science Center . Rua do Cunha . Pou Chai Temple (Kun Iam Tong) . Hac Sa Beach . Macau Museum of Art . Studio City Water Park . The Cotai Strip . ZIPCITY Macau . Walls of Macau .

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