Strolling in Macau

A Visitor’s Guide to Macau, Taipa, and Coloane

By Steven K. Bailey; Photographs by Jill C. Witt

This guidebook is designed to help visitors navigate Macau’s maze of narrow streets as well as understand the striking contrasts that make this city such a fascinating place to visit. With its compact size, winding back streets, and pedestrian-only lanes and plazas, Macau is best explored on foot. Though geared to those who wish to experience Macau at a walking pace, this guidebook will serve any visitor interested in the history and culture of one of Asia’s most unique cities. 

Steven K. Bailey
Steven K. Bailey has written for a variety of travel publications and is a long-time contributor to, a leading website devoted to travel in Asia. He specializes in northern Vietnam, Hong Kong, and Macau. He welcomes email from readers at

Jill C. Witt
Macau and Hong Kong are some of Jill C. Witt’s favorite places to take photos. She also enjoys nature and low-light photography. Her favorite things about Macau: fresh flowers and egg tarts. 

2007, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches; 208 pages; paperback; color images; maps
ISBN-10: 0-9715940-9-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-9715940-9-8