Macau is listed as a world cultural heritage in particular, each of which has a brand, and Yapo well is no exception. The old buildings in front of Yapo well and around it are necessary places for tourists. To the left is the Zhengjia House, to the right is the Bishop Hill, and to the front is the Zorring Church. Yama had a sense of vicissitudes in front of the well, and the house was full of stories.
Two days ago, a newly opened shop, Che Chai Family in Ya Po Jing, Macau Special Snack Shop, has a small space, a clean shop, a row of small tables and chairs downstairs, a quiet attic upstairs, seven or eight small tables and chairs, and comfortable seats. At night, there are still a lot of people coming. There are a few tables at the entrance of the shop, basically full seats, many varieties of small noodles, and good taste. The price is not expensive, the service is OK.
Legend has it that a mother-in-law of the Ming Dynasty built mountains and springs here for the convenience of residents, so she got the name. The Portuguese government renovated the site in 1996, adding old-fashioned street lights and redeveloping marble floors, and accompanied by two hundred-year-old banyan trees. Ya Po Jing has been listed in the World Cultural Heritage Site. Around the front of Yapo well, there are Portuguese residential buildings and apartment houses with decorative art style.
During the walk, I was going to Zheng Jia Da House to enjoy a cup of milk tea under the tree in the street park at the entrance to see the air-rooting of the 100-year-old tree. I got up and went to the mansion. I happened to see this little fountain in the corner full of surprises.