Macau Journals

ORIENT PEARLS

A January 1997 trip to Macau by Tacito

Chinese New Year Photo, Macau, China More Photos
Quote: I went to Macau while it was under portuguese administration to work in the city' museum for 6 months.During that time I was pleased to know this place,as well as Hong Kong and a small part of China.

ORIENT PEARLS

Overview

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The people,the food,the traditions,the festivities,shopping,...

Quick Tips:

Best Way To Get Around:

The best way to get around Macau is walking. It's a small town and you can breathe the atmosphere. You'll find street markets, temples, gardens and many other surprises. If you're lucky you'll be able to see a dragon dance during a shop oppening. You'll see why this is the place where West met East.
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Nice rooms, nice people, perfect service, good restaurants and health club, close to center but quiet. You must go to the restaurant located on the last floor where you have a view of all city because it''s a revolving restaurant. Ideal for dinner.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on January 26, 2001

Hotel Grandeur
Rua de Pequim
Macau, China

Chinese New Year

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Chinese New Year Photo, Macau, China
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The chinese New Year is perhaps the most important festivity for the Chinese. For the occasion the streets are decorated with red Chinese lamps, zodiac animals and lights, lots of lights and color. On the New Years day people go to temples burn incense for a good new year and everywhere you can hear firecrackers, to frighten away the bad spirits of last year.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on January 26, 2001

Chinese New Year
Various locations
Macau, China