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Macau

On our 2nd day in Hong Kong, my brother and I decided to visit Macau for a whole day since it only takes 55 minutes to get there by speedboat. Unfortunately, it was raining during that day which ruined my mood altogether. The moment we arrived at the port, I wanted to go back already. There was no way I can enjoy sightseeing in the city with that kind of weather. But I figured I already made it here and spent HKD322 for a return ticket, might as well make the best of it.

Sailing to Macau while raining

Sailing to Macau while raining

Our HK-Macau turbojet

Our HK-Macau turbojet

Macau doesn’t offer much to be honest. Apart from the ruins and the extravagant hotels, there aren’t any thing else to see. So it was a good decision to only be spending a whole afternoon there rather than staying there for a few days. And to be perfectly frank, I won’t visit there again for a leisurely purpose. It’s just not worth it.

The fisherman's wharf in Macau

The fisherman’s wharf

The fisherman's wharf in Macau

The Lotus Square

The Lotus Square

A life-sized gold peacock display at Lisboa Hotel

A life-sized gold peacock on display at Lisboa Hotel

A sculpted golden tablet on display at the Lisboa Hotel

A sculpted golden tablet on display at the Lisboa Hotel

Senado Square

Senado Square

A rainy day at the Senado Square

A rainy day at the Senado Square

Senado Square in Macau

That's my brother braving the rain at the Senado Square in Macau!

That’s my brother braving the rain at the Senado Square in Macau!

Macau

Macau

Macau

Ruins of St. Paul's sign

Pathway to the Ruins of St. Paul's

Pathway to the Ruins of St. Paul’s

Ruins of St. Paul's

Ruins of St. Paul’s

Ruins of St. Paul's

Ruins of St. Paul’s

The view below at the Ruins of St. Paul's

The view below at the Ruins of St. Paul’s

Macau

A foggy Macau!

A foggy Macau!

MGM Hotel lobby in Macau

MGM Hotel lobby

The Macau Tower

The Macau Tower

Rua De S. Tiago Da Barra

Chinese art performers

A temple in Macau

The Galaxy Hotel in Macau

The Galaxy Hotel

The Galaxy Hotel in Macau

The Venetian Hotel, Macau

At the Venetian Hotel

The Venetian Hotel, Macau

Souvenir shop at the Venetian Hotel

Souvenir shop at the Venetian Hotel

The Venetian Hotel

The Venetian Hotel

Casinos: the very reason why the small state of Macau thrives

Casinos: the very reason why the small state of Macau thrives

4 comments on “Macau

  1. Pingback: Hong Kong | That Parvis Fella

  2. When in New Places
    June 27, 2013

    Beautiful photos and interesting perspectives!

  3. Noel Panilos
    December 22, 2015

    Very useful and frank information about Macau

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