We decided to finally be tourists on our last day in Macau. :) This is Senado Square.
If you plan to visit Senado Square I suggest going there on a weekday where there's less crowd compared to weekends.
We also visited St. Dominic's Church.
Macau Cathedral is few minutes walk from Senado Square.
Spotted this beautiful display of The Nativity right outside the Macau Cathedral.
One of the famous landmarks in Macau would be the Ruins of St. Paul.
After our walkathon, it was time to eat. Food trip!
If Hong Kong has pork buns, Macau has pork chop buns. It is one of the popular snacks in Macau but I didn't really liked it that much. Maybe I'm not just a fan of their crisp bun.
We also found Hot-Star Large Fried Chicken which originated from Taiwan.
An order of their original large friend chicken costs HKD32.00.
One order is good for two. It's bigger than Paolo's hand. Crazy! But it tastes good! Kulang ng kanin. Hehe.
Asked my new found friend Andes where to buy the best egg tarts in Macau and he led me to Margaret's Cafe e Nata.
It tastes as good as it looks. :) Very good actually! Now I'm craving for one. ;)
Photos grabbed from Grand Lisboa Hotel and Macau.com.
The buffet costs HKD330/₱1,900 per pax. Not bad for all the food served. Plus, I loved their fried scallops. Ang sarap! Fresh kung fresh. ;)
Here's Andes after our binge eating session. Lol.
Macau International Airport reminded me of Terminal 2 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. It was small and had a few stores inside. I just wished they offered more in terms of food. They have McDonalds but that's right outside before entering the immigration though.
Goodbye Macau! :) 'Til our next adventure! ;)