Category: Macau

Looking Back on My Travels in 2017

Phuket - Nai Yang Beach

2017 has come and gone. It has been a busy and fulfilling year for me. I went for two vacations and several business trips. In early March, before I started the new chapter of my career, I had a six-day getaway to Macau and Hong Kong. I enjoyed myself at Macau, a city that presents

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Macau – Taipa Village

Carmo Garden, Taipa, Macau

After exploring the Rua do Cunha or Cunha Street, we continued our exploration of Taipa Village not knowing what to expect. Along the way up the little hill, we saw many colonial houses painted in hues of blue and green. Our Lady of Carmo Church 嘉模聖母堂 As we walked uphill, we saw a church in

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Macau – Parisian at Cotai Strip

Parisian Cotai Strip Macau

After our day of sightseeing at the Ruins of St. Paul’s area, we headed back to The Venetian. As we were snacking the whole day, we decided to skip our dinner. In the evening, we checked out the newly opened The Parisian, part of Sands Group of Casino Resorts, located on the Cotai Strip. It was drizzling

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Macau – St Anthony’s Church & Camoes Garden

St Anthony's Church

After spending two-third of the day at the area around Ruins of St. Paul’s, we venture to other parts of Macau Peninsula and chanced upon St. Anthony’s Church and Camoes Garden. St. Anthony’s Church As we walked along, we reached the St. Anthony’s Church, a church that was first built of bamboo and wood from

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Macau – Ruins of St Paul’s

Ruins of St Paul's Macau

On our first day of sightseeing in Macau, the place to go was none other than the Ruins of St. Paul’s 大三巴牌坊, the Historic Centre of Macau at Macau Peninsula. After booking an additional night stay at The Venetian, we checked with the hotel reception for direction to the Ruins of St Paul’s. As there is

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Macau – Asia’s Sin City

Cotai Strip Macau

Just before I began my next chapter in life, I dragged my friend to Macau, Asia’s Sin City. Macau is located on the southeastern coast of China and is Asia’s premier gambling destination. In fact, Macau is not just Asia’s premier gambling destination but the world’s gambling destination as Macau surpassed Las Vegas in gambling revenues.

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