Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Wong Chi Kei @ Senado Square, Macau

It is a must to visit those famous local cafes or restaurant if you ever travel to that place. Wong Chi Kei is another cafe that appears frequently on a travel guide or travel blog. I told my friends, we got to be early if not we might need to queue. 

It was 930am. Senado square was not crowded and the local people were already in their offices or maybe on their ways. Hey, there's no queue and we were the first few customers there for breakfast. Lucky huh?!




Dried wan tan mee is more expensive the one served in soup. Why?! We can't figure out why is it so.
Our shrimp dumpling with noodle in soup. You may order the one without noodle too. Their wan tan mee is their signature dish, must try. 

They started their business in 1946. So much elder than many of you including me. hehe 
St. Dominic's Church (PortugueseIgreja de São DomingosChinese玫瑰堂), situated in the Largo de São Domingos near Leal Senado, is a Catholic church in the former Portuguese colony of Macau, now a special administrative region of China. The church was built in 1587 by three Spanish Dominican priests, and it was where the first Portuguese newspaper, A Abelha da China (The China Bee), was published on Chinese soil in 1822. The church is now part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Centre of Macau.

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I bet she is so gonna kill me if she sees this picture. hmmm...don't care! XD
The Ruins of St. Paul's (PortugueseRuínas de São PauloChinese大三巴牌坊pinyinDàsānbā Páifāng) refers to the ruins of a 16th century complex in Macau including of what was originally St. Paul's College and the Cathedral of St. Paul also known as "Mater Dei", a 17th century Portuguese cathedral dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle. Today, the ruins are one of Macau's most famous landmarks. In 2005, they were officially enlisted as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Centre of Macau.

[Adapted from Wikipedia]
Alamak, why the background overexposed. Ruined the pretty photo of us in front of the Ruins of St. Paul. =.=
This is the landmark of Macau so it will always be crowded like what you see in this picture. Add on, it's not easy to get someone to help you take a group picture. We'd been looking around, searching high and low for a good person to help us. He helped although in the end his face showed his impatience. hahaha Anyhow, thanks dude! 

We came across a guy with a DSLR so thought of asking him to help us. I asked if he minds to help us to take picture, he rejected. At that second I think he misunderstood me and thought we wanted him to use his came so I emphasized to him can you please use MY CAMERA to help us take photo. I talked so much and all he did was shaking his head and showing me his annoyed face. After that we found out he was hunting those foreigners without camera so he could take group photo with his camera for them. Of course, he is so gonna force them to buy the developed photos. Business!!!

Oh gosh! We really dislike his attitude. Hey people, why can't you reject us in a proper way? I don't understand what caused the locals to be so impatience and unfriendly as if the customers owe them in last life. My purchasing power might be small but the more I am not gonna spend my limited money on your products if you are so arrogant. A four-letters word that starts with R can conclude everything.
Let the delicious egg tarts cool us down. Portuguese egg tarts from Koi Kei. We can't never forget the taste as it is too yummy. 

That's all for my sharing on Macau. Bye! Have a nice day :) 


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