In the afternoons, Macau is a prowl. Fancy tall buildings, engraved scuplts and a whole lot of street food.
Around Hotel Lisboa, a row of shops light up. Jewellery and fengshui is most common. Everything from pig necklaces to solitaires are on sale. You could buy a frog earring to ward off evil.
The Chinese believe that a certain elements have the power to bring wealth and happiness into lives. Macau has widely benefitted by the elements of water and position and hence dicked in wealth.
By now, we should have given up on understanding directions.
We were heading to the giant Macau Tower, stopping by the Golden flower on our way.
Huge buildings cape the town. The cultural side of Macau is beefed up even as the town has drastically changed in the last 10 years.
Traditional cuisines and language are almost virgin.
We stopped by a local baker to lionize the famous egg tarts. Crusty pie filling of half baked egg yolk is a perfect post lunch sweet course. You can definitely gobble a couple of them.
The Portuguese era had bought these to the world.
While we continued hiking to Macau Tower, we crossed the bridge during sunset.
And by the first glimpse of this skyscraper, the sky had put on some lovely colors.
For a long time we mooned over the glowing town. The lights were crowding up.
It was a better idea to climb on the uppermost deck top of the tower and see this while pulling off a skywalk.
It was an incredible experience.
Gliding along the narrow path in circles, hanging from 338 meters supported by a single rope and posing for fun pictures ~ The Macau tower was a wacky entertainer.
By the time we left the tower, the whole town was wrapped in glitter.
Have a look at our Ultimate Travel Guide to Macau: What to Do, Where to Stay and What to Eat
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