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Macau

Macanese and Portuguese Cuisine at O Porto Interior Restaurant

by Zhiqiang & TingyiJune 16, 2010
Macanese and Portuguese Cuisine

Located just a few minutes walk from the A-Ma temple, the O Porto Interior Restaurant is one of the best places to try Macanese and Portuguese Cuisine. The street along which O Porto Interior Restaurant is located – Rua do Almirante Sergio, also hosts a number of popular Portuguese restaurant e.g. A’ Lorcha. Look out [...]

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Macau Casino Royale

by Zhiqiang & TingyiJune 13, 2010
Macao Venetian Casino

A visit to Macau will not be complete without a trip to one of the casinos. Interestingly, compared to local tourist attractions, the major casinos e.g. Venetian Macao, City of Dreams, Grand Lisboa are much more accessible by an intricate network of free shuttle buses – in fact, with knowledge of the shuttle routes, you [...]

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Macau Wong Chi Kei Noodle and Congee Restaurant

by Zhiqiang & TingyiJune 8, 2010
Wong Chi Kei Macau

Macau boasts a wide variety of good food e.g. egg tarts, pastry snacks. Cantonese noodles is another one of Macau’s specialty. Conveniently located at Senado Square (議事亭前地), the Wong Chi Kei Noodle and Congee Restaurant (黄枝記) is one of the must-go place for Cantonese bamboo noodles. So successful and popular is Wong Chi Kei that [...]

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Portuguese Egg Tart Comparison – Macau Lord Stow, Margaret and Singapore KFC

by Zhiqiang & TingyiJune 5, 2010
Portuguese Egg Tart

There are lots of shops selling Portuguese Egg Tarts in Macau – from well-known pastry chains e.g. Ko Kei to even supermarkets. While these egg tarts are good as a snack, to try the best Portuguese egg tarts, you have only 2 places to go and there are located quite a distance from each other [...]

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Macau Food Street Around St. Paul’s Ruins

by Zhiqiang & TingyiApril 7, 2010
Food Street St Pauls

Macau is known for its yummy snacks e.g. almond cookies and egg tarts and the best place to sample all of these will be at food streets around the country. One of the most frequented food street would have to be the one leading to the Ruins of St. Pauls. We all know that one [...]

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Hotel Royal Macau Review

by Zhiqiang & TingyiMarch 3, 2010
Hotel Royal Macau

During our JetStar JetSaver Light Challenge, we stayed in the Hotel Royal Macau – a hotel located right in the heart of the Macau Peninsula. Unlike the luxurious, attention-grabbing, neon-light-flashing casino hotels e.g. Wynn, Sands, Venetian etc., Hotel Royal Macau was a quiet unassuming yet classy hotel – it does, however, have a 2-storey casino [...]

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5 Things to Do in Macau With a Budget of SGD$30

by Zhiqiang & TingyiFebruary 18, 2010
Macau Historic Centre

Just to share the itinerary we submitted that got us selected as one of the 10 finalists for the JetStarAsia Macau JetSaver Light Challenge: 1. Explore 25 locations of cultural and historical significance in a section of Macau Peninsula designated as UNESCO World Heritage site After breakfast at the hotel, I will start off the [...]

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Winning Team of Macau JetSaver Light Challenge – PassportChop!

by Zhiqiang & TingyiFebruary 16, 2010
JetSaver Light Challenge Macau Winner

This post will provide an overview of our trip experiences around Macau i.e. links to our blog posts on places to stay, eat and see.  Before we go into that, we would like to announce this: Based on PassportChop’s blog entry about our experiences in Macau, we WON the JetStarAsia Macau JetSaver Light Challenge!! The [...]

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JetStar Macau JetSaver Light Challenge

by Zhiqiang & TingyiFebruary 7, 2010
JetSaver Light Challenge Macau

Thanks to Jetstar Asia and Macau Government Tourist Office, PassportChop.com was selected as one of the 10 teams to participate in the Macau JetSaver Light Challenge from 1 Feb to 4 Feb 2010. Participating teams are provided with return airfare to Macau, 3 nights’ accommodation and a budget of SGD 30 per person. However there [...]

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Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Macau Trip Summary

by Zhiqiang & TingyiOctober 19, 2009
Hong Kong itinerary

For the next few weeks, we will be sharing with you our travel experiences around the Pearl River Delta cities – Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Macau. These posts will contain a mix of photos from both my trips to Hong Kong (first in Dec 2007 and recently in Sep 2009) so don’t be puzzled if [...]

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