Designed by a Macanese architect, this three-storey art deco building houses a lively market selling dried foods, fresh flowers, live...
Fire Services Museum
Housed in the former HQ of the Macau fire brigade, the museum holds a small but interesting collection of old fire trucks from the 1940s...
Macao Tea Culture House
The picturesque Lou Lim Ioc Chinese garden was originally owned by Lou Wa Sio back in the 19th century and later inherited by his son...
The Burmese-style snacks here are much raved about by foodies, many of whom make a trip from Hong Kong just for the noodles with pig’s...
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Lonely Planet review
Located in the ‘three-lamp’ district known for its Burmese cuisine, this joint with minty-green stuccoed walls whips up a sumptuous Burmese fish soup with noodles and the hearts of banana trees.