The 5th Avenue in early October is a road facing the sea in Luhuan city. It is probably a very literary and artistic model. In addition, beside the avenue, St. Francisco Church, which is popular for filming movies and TV plays, has become a popular tourist destination. We came to the Fifth Avenue in early October and saw narrow lanes, St. Francisco churches, libraries, a quiet road, and a good view of the sea. It's suitable for us to calm down and walk slowly. Unfortunately, we don't have much time and we haven't taken the whole road.
Without wifi, I dare not get lost several times before wandering around the old city. Tragically, this time I bought wifi. I was confident that I would step on the old city and follow the navigation. Sometimes I would get lost, especially when I was close to the scenic spots. Amway was on the street for a long time. This time, I finally had the chance to find someone who could not take a picture of myself, but it was all right. It's good enough to cross this street. It's old, but it tastes good.
The Fifth Avenue in early October was originally the busiest place in the old urban area of Macao. In order to commemorate the success of the uprising in Portugal during the Portuguese rule, it was renamed the Fifth Avenue in early October. Now there are many old shops in Macao.
It was once the longest street in Macau, with famous shops, vendors and endless crowds. The rich pictures in the memory of Macao's old people seem to have nothing in common with the narrow and lonely street in front of them. The vicissitudes of life can also be realized in a generation's time.
Macau's 5th Avenue in early October, the environment here is still good. It was also one of the scenery spots for shooting Korean Opera Palace in that year. The tourists who came to Macau are also more suitable for taking pictures here, which is worth recommending.
This should be opposite the Hengqin. We came from the black sand beach for 25 years. The driver had a bad attitude, because our navigation showed that we got off in Luhuan downtown area, and the stop was Luhuan downtown area 2. We were forced to get off and walk around. Macau has many small slopes, suitable for photography. I won't come either for Junhao or Wenchu.
Macau has few natural attractions, and they are very small. Just like on the Ring Road, in early October, all five of us took only a picture of the road signs. There are many temples and churches nearby. Tianhou Palace, Sansheng Palace and the name of the church have all been forgotten...