Macau‘s narrow streets and alleys are extremely interesting to explore for the sake of their architecture (a mixture of Cantonese and Portuguese cultures), dynamism and hecticness. You meet locals who are in a constant rush, smell egg tarts, croissants, almond cookies, dried pork and smoked fish from local bakeries and shops, and finally you enjoy the view of fountains. I hope you can feel it when you browse through the pictures in our gallery.
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