I stumbled on another weekend market and it was at 45th Street (if I can recall this correctly). Lots of stalls selling all sorts of food (which I will post in my food blog) and also clothes and accessories.
In fact, I was kinda surprised to see this kind of market in the big city. It was really interesting.
Macau has lots of Churches and old Portuguese buildings. Portuguese words also can be found on their street signs. I really love to walk along the alley and see what is behind and not just the front only.
These are the places where you will see a lot more things and you can capture the magic moments or scenes.
Here are some from shots.
one of the much older casinos on older side of Macau
On the way back from Georgetown Heritage Area, we dropped by a wet market. Yup… It is in late afternoon and still there are a lot of activities there; people buying vegetables, poultry and others. But my main interest was on the food section and the activities of people in the market. This is my first time there and as usual, the curious of me always makes my eyes wander for anything that is different and lol it is always the food that catches my eyes.
This is the main entrance of the market which is facing Lebuh Cecil.
Many people are still in market having their late lunch or some could be their tea time.
Looks kinda crowded without the tables taken up.
Food hawker busy preparing food for their customers.
Catch some photos of the food here at my food blog caught at this place.