Filipinos are the largest minority in Macau and it’s no surprise if you’ve been to one of the famous ‘Filipino Parties’ where you indulge in an endless festivity of food like lumpia (Filipino spring rolls), Filipino spaghetti (sweet yet tomatoey sauce), or a vast assortment of viands. If you are craving for that dish you’ve tried at that one party, head over to Sarimanok and look over the display of food over the counter. Simply pick what you want and they’ll ladle the dish for you over hot steamy rice. They also serve the iconic Filipino dessert called halo-halo (literally translated to mix-mix). It is a fun dessert where you get a spectrum of flavors in a cup.
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Macau is a small but immensely interesting place with plenty of things to see and do. With the many modes of transport available, getting around Macau has never been simpler. Whether you want to explore the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Peninsula or spend the day at a beach in Coloane, we’ve got you covered.
To celebrate its upcoming 20th anniversary, the Macao Museum of Art partnered with the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, Russia to bring over 70 artworks for an amazing exhibition.
All you sweet tooths out there! We’ve done a round-up of where to find the best Portuguese pastries in Macau! Read on if you are looking for something different and to taste a bit of the West in the East!
Who doesn’t love a cake every now and then – the perfect sweet treat to perk up your mood, get you through the day or celebrate, At Grand Lapa they have a cake for every occasion. Have a read of the best from their selection – take your pick and treat yourself!