Tuesday 10 June 2014

Macau 2014

It's nice to be back in Macau again since I first visited this place back in 2012. Whenever you visit Hong Kong since it's just a ferry ride away, you shouldn't miss the Las Vegas of Asia. This place is definitely a bucket list for everyone as Macau offers nothing but the best of entertainment & ultimate travel experience from night life to their must see tourist spot like Venetian Macau & Ruins of St. Paul's 

I made a day tour in Macau on a Saturday & will share with you my travel photo diary and will share some tips on must see & eat in Macau. From Hong KOng, you have to take a ferry ride at Hong Kong Central Ferry Terminal (ferry price range 120- 200 HKD). We took the Cotai Water Jet for a 45 min ride to Taipa Ferry Terminal & went straight ahead to Holiday Inn Macau to meet a friend working there. We spent an hour strolling around Holiday Inn, Sands & Sheraton Hotel.

We had some authentic Chinese noodles for late lunch (food price range75-150 HKD) & afterwards we spent the rest of the day taking some touristy photo shoots inside the ever stunning Venetian Macau interior. I never got tired looking around the busy crowd panic shopping, burning cash in casinos & enjoying the man made cloud view & the famous boat ride in the Venetian. We also went outside to catch the night scene of Macau & I was still captivated by the view overlooking Hard Rock, City of Dreams & Crown Hotel with its amazing night scenery.

You don't have to worry about transportation here in Macau as most of hotels here offer free shuttle ride . Going inside the hotels, casinos & malls requires no specific requirements or entrance fee so you can go everywhere you want. Even though we wanted to go more places but due to time limitations, we weren't able to visit other famous tourist spot like Macau Tower & Macau Museums & famous churches. The cost of living in Macau is similar with Hong Kong so if you're planning for a day tour here, a pocket money of $300 SGD or Php 10,000 will be enough.

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