Macau is divided into North Island and South Island. The North Island is the historical city, the old city, and the cultural attractions are almost all on the North Island. I have been to Macau several times, but only the North Island. The North Island is connected to Zhuhai, so it is called the Peninsula.
Since Macau is tax-free, one of our important tasks is shopping. In addition to high-end luxury goods, we also need to experience the life of ordinary people here. Small supermarkets are very convenient for shopping. Take a look inside. They are all marked in Macau Patacas, but they are also in Hong Kong dollars, and the prices are the same. There should be a lot of discounts. The prices are actually cheaper than those in the mainland. The lives of local people should be said to be very happy. They have high incomes and low prices. Therefore, the law and order in Macau is very good. There are almost no police in the streets, and the happiness index is very high.
Macau travel guide, the second part is followed by a [强] featured recommendation: [Candy][糖]️After the Fisherman’s Wharf, we stop and go all the way. Everywhere along the street can be counted as a landscape. After all, one is long in the north. As I went to school, I have a keen interest in the tall coconut trees that can be seen everywhere in Macau. The buildings on the streets of Macau have grown in my aesthetics. The colors are different, but they complement each other. The appropriate retro and the right fashion. I like the details. Unknowingly, I walked to the Fisherman’s Wharf. It’s actually not that beautiful here, but I heard the film and it looked good, but it’s actually not that good. The nearby entertainment city and hotels are very beautiful. In addition, I just caught up to participate in similar events in the local fair in Macau. There are home appliances, food, daily necessities, hand-made, souvenirs, etc., and I bought a lot of souvenirs. [强] Feature recommendation: [Candy] [Candy] Ruins of St. Paul's St. Paul's Archway The official name of St. Paul's St. Paul's Archway was originally a church. It experienced three fires, and finally burned only the front of the church. Wall, this is today's St. Paul's archway. Going down the stairs from the gate of the Ruins of the St. Paul’s, there is a Catholic Art Museum where there are many religious artworks on display, showing Macau’s rich missionary history. On the left hand side facing away from the Ruins of the Ruins of St. Paul's, there is a slope paved with gravel. Go up and turn right, you will see the Macau Museum (entrance is required).