I visited Macau 7 years ago on a 1D1N trip. Ever since then I’ve been longing to go back to Macau because my short 24 hours stint there just wasn’t enough. I didn’t want to board the plane when it was time to bid goodbye to Macau and I promised myself I will come back again. Although it was a short visit and it was my first time there, Macau had me at hello. I fell in love with the culture, people and food.
Drum rolls please…
1. Portuguese egg tart.
Oh baby the mention of this food make my mouth water. Who can deny this crispy puff pastry crust with rich custard egg filling and slightly caramelized top? Not me! It can’t be any Portuguese egg tart though. It has got to be Lord Stow’s egg tart. I would love to visit his original shop at Coloane. My dream is to savor the delicious egg tarts while strolling along the beautiful streets of Coloane and chatting with the locals.
2. Attend Macanese cooking class.
Ever since I tasted my first ever Portuguese food at A Lorcha in Macau (which is heavenly by the way), I’ve been dreaming of going back there for another round. Since I’m a foodie and a traveler, it would be so cool to enroll in a Macanese cooking class to learn about Macanese cuisine which is the marriage of Chinese and Portuguese cuisines. It’s one of way to learn more about Macau’s culture.
Photo credit: Macau Tourism and Edibly Asian
3. Bungy jumping at Macau Tower.
One of the things in my bucket list is to bungy jump. Oh yeah, I’m an adrenaline junkie alright! And to jump off from the highest bungy in the world at the Macau Tower will be sweet and wild. Oh imagine… the nerve-wrecking moment before the jump and that adrenaline rush gushing through you after you’ve made it. Ahh the thrills!
Photo credit: AJ Hackett
Macau Government Tourist Office and Nuffnang should send me to Macau because
I ♥ MACAU!!!
Please help me realize my dream to visit Macau again so that I can indulge in this 3 things and many more! After all Macau is all about touching moments!