Thursday, April 4, 2013


Macau, known for an economy made from casinos.

A place where there's too many buildings old and new. Sparkling ones and glass windows. 

It was April but it was a wet season then.

The locals are consists of Chinese and Portuguese. Some of the place are also named in Portuguese if not in Chinese.

We rented a car to go about the place in one whole day since it was a side trip. We took a ferry to and back. Do you want to walk through the air? Best spot was at the 61th floor of the Macau tower. This is one place where you can witness more vivid heights than your imagination. But we had fun giggling over our fear just to sit on a glass floor where you can see the bottom part of tower. 

View through the Macau Tower glass

61st floor!

It really was cold.

Who would forget The Venetian, the largest casino in the world from the last article I read. It's shopping area has a canal where you can ride a Gondola. The sky is made with artificial painting with a backlit on. You will never be in a lonely place!

Visit Macao Giant Panda Pavilion. They're too cute to be forgotten!

Ruins of St Paul


Senado Square is a small shopping lane but looks like a romantic place to stroll along.

Largo do Pagode Da Barra, I think is the Barra Street before you can get into the Temple.

A Ma Temple where the place name was derived, A-Ma-Gau or Place of A-Ma the seafarer's Goddess.

 Hope you enjoyed the photos!


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