A unique place to visit: Macau

14 Jan 2019

Macau has always made an interesting diversion from Hong Kong, but the opening of a 34-mile bridge, the world’s longest, between the two “special administrative regions” last November made the side trip much simpler. Macau was a Portuguese colony for 300 years, and this still manifests itself in a unique east-meets-west culture: Chinese temples stand next to preserved Portuguese architecture, street signs are on blue-and-white Portuguese ceramic tiles and its cuisine, a melting pot of flavours, saw Macau designated a Unesco creative city of gastronomy in 2017.

 

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