You have had the great fortune to travel in Macau, and has “tasted” its Portuguese-Chinese fusion cuisine first-hand.
Therefore, she heartily recommends transiting through the Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China between November 8 and November 24, 2013. Those are the dates for the 13th Macau Food Festival.
It takes place at Sai Van Lake Square, opposite the 338-meter high Macau Tower. On offer will be Asian, European and Macanese cuisine from street stalls, booths and tents. New this year is a Thai Village, with more than 30 participants from Northern, North Eastern, Central and Southern of Thailand.
If you’re planning to hit Macau for the Grand Prix: you’re in luck. The race takes place during the Macau Food Festival.
Macau, on China’s south coast, is 40 miles from Hong Kong, the other Chinese SAR (which used to be a British colony). The food fest is organized by the United Association of Food and Beverage Merchants of Macau.
(Photo courtesy of Macau Government Tourist Office)