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Trip Report Macau - Great Food Travel Report

Macau is a small town but it’s amazingly filled with great food. It is impossible to list out all the delicious places – but I do have a list of personal favorite, some of them are famous, some of them are intimate and ‘secretive’. Once a Portuguese colony, Macau is a southern Chinese community that serves brilliant Portuguese cuisine with a Chinese cooking touch – the end result of the combo is exponential.

*Exploring the City* strolling in the streets and alleys of the Macau peninsula, it’s an eye wide shut for food lovers. Being the most highly and densely populated city in the world, everything is so compact, and hidden gems are always found just around the corner. *The Coloane area* is less developed still and it could be considered a backyard of the Macau city. On the west side, the café Nga Tim is an outdoor café located right in front of the chapel of St. Francis Xavier, with a small square paved with Portuguese tiles – it is a lovely setting for a little Lisbon experience in China...

Check out knycx_journeying blog for photos and a detailed trip report: http://wp.me/p5Lw9a-iw

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