Mark your calendars, the Macao Grand Prix kicks off this weekend, first races on Sunday. Race cars are on display at Tap Saec and past year winners.
There you’ll find the GT sportscars and 28 Grand Prix motorcycles as well as last year’s Formula 3 Dallara Mercedes of Portuguese driver Antonio Felix da Costa as well as the BMW safety and rescue vehicles.
Images via Macau Grand Prix
In addition to this weekend’s highlight, the Macao food festival is on till Nov 26.
While you’re in town for the F3 Grand Prix, stop by the square across from Macau Tower and explore Macau’s dining scene one bite at a time. I have always felt that food in Macao was underrated, you get variety and quality meals from traditional cha chaan tengs to Michelin starred restaurants at really reasonable prices.
With Macao’s addition to UNESCO’s gastronomic cities list this year, and playing host to Asia’s 50 best restaurants next March, I am sure the perception is set to change.
I’ve been to the food festival every year and there’s SO much to eat. Everything from BBQ meats to fresh seafood and freshly made noodles.
Where: Sai Van Lake Square.
Admission is free.