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It has these distinguished red doors lining the street and they have some very traditional business like laundry, convenience stores, sharks fin shops, old portugese restaurants, an uncle making and selling peanut candy by hand which is almost a vanishing trade, herbal drink shop. Its...More
There is a small cluster of sari sari shops and canteens at the southern end of Rua da Felicidade at the intersection of with Rua da Alfandega/Rua dos Cules. In both directions, there are traditional shops with dry goods and packaged foods.
You'll find some...More
A very old and traditional small street decorated in Chinese architecture with many red windows and doors, which located in the historical center of Macau. But most of them are not persevered well.
Moreover, this place do not provide a good location for visitors to...More
Here is Macao's historical city, but this is not a World Heritage Site, once the Macao’s red light district, after reorganization, it become the most sightseeing and shopping, food business street. The window and doors in streets are full of historic atmosphere, the alley is...More
I jus stopped for a minute and walked inside the street , it has some old shops, restaurants and i spotted local residents living there , some windows were designed in red and some in diff colors, called as street of Happiness, it wore a...More
The houses are painted in red now but it was brown and black when I was a child. I use to find the wooden door and the sliding wooden gate interesting. The sliding wooden gate is a very unique and popular feature of houses in...More