Monday, June 13, 2011

Macao Travel Tips

Bus No.10
1. The most convenient way of touring Macao is to take the number 10 bus.
2. The terminal of the bus is the Mazu Temple station, which faces the Maritime Museum. 20 minutes walking from the temple, you can get to the Avenue of Almeida Ribeiro. The Government Secretariat is located in the south bay, where lies many Portuguese official residences with tranquil environment.

Avenue of Almeida Ribeiro
Being one of the main avenues of Macao, the Avenue of Almeida Ribeiro houses the Cultural Hall, Pawnbroking Exhibition Hall, Senado Square, Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Ruins of St. Paul, Monte Fort, Macao Museum and the Shopping District.

Pass for Museum
The major museums in Macao sell the pass for museum and 25 pataca per fare, which is a through ticket to every museum. Some museums are free on Sunday. The shops and museums are generally accessible at 10 am. You’d better go to the scenic spots no time limit such as church or Mazu Temple, if you get to Macao early in the morning.

Senado Square
Beside the Senado Square, there are many shops including some antique shops, which lie on the Caodui Street. Behind the Ruins of St. Paul lay a Treasure Museum. The Macao Museum and Monte Fort are perched on the rear mountain of the Ruins of St. Paul.

Food Recommended
The pork bread of Dali Laiji coffee room in the Barbosa Plaza is the must-taste food, which is fresh out of the oven at 3 pm. every day.

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