Fun-filled Spring comes to Broadway Macau

The month of April brings with it blooming flowers and warmer days – although that doesn’t mean much to me in ever-tropical Malaysia where the four seasons are hot, rainy, durian and mosquito season (!) 😀 Those planning a trip to Macau, however, can look to ushering in a fun-filled spring at Broadway Macau, the new landmark entertainment destination on the island. Comprising Broadway Macau … Continue reading Fun-filled Spring comes to Broadway Macau

Macau Pork Chop – Tai Lei Loi Kei, Puchong

UPDATE  (2016): The restaurant is permanently closed.  What’s famous in Macau apart from almond cookies, old Portuguese buildings, casinos and an awesome nightlife? Come on. It’s easy to guess… Their pork chop buns, of course! Good news for people living closer to South East Asia, you don’t have to fly all the way there to chomp down on these delectable treats. 🙂 The famous Tai … Continue reading Macau Pork Chop – Tai Lei Loi Kei, Puchong