I want to compare MACAU to a fine young lady, who, in her grandeur, wears the world’s most expensive pieces of jewelry – magnifying the significance of the city’s high-end material brilliancies and parading the extravagant, luxurious lifestyle – that is Macau for me,
“The Asia’s Las Vegas”
From Hong Kong, we took a ferry for forty-five minutes and DAAAANG! Welcome to Asia’s Casino Island! We went there with there with our two kids – it sounds weird (Children and casino??) but it worked! Here are the things we did during our 4D 3N stay!
1. Grand Lapa Macau
Our ultimate home for three nights. With kids, enjoy the leisure and comfort your hotel brings!
2. The Venetian
Take your kids here to see the resemblance of the famous Venice, Italy’s Grand Canal. Heads up for moms, a lot of branded shops are here but take note that the price is nearly doubled – or tripled.
3. Mount Fortress
This is the main military defense of Macau from the Dutch invaders from 16th century. It’s interesting to know that this little island (30sq KM approx) has a lot of invaders! Singapore, for instance, is 25 times bigger than Macau!
4. Wynn Hotel’s Lightshow
In Macau, you can reach everywhere by walking (and a baby stroller). Going inside the Wynn Hotel and Casino is not possible because of our kids, but we enjoyed the beautiful radiance of light show outside this marvelous hotel!
5. The Ruins of St. Paul
This 15th Century Church of St Paul was completed in 1637. However, a violent typhoon hit Macau in 1835 and for the third time, it was ruined again leaving its glory a history. They never rebuild it anymore. Today, it’s one of the most famous attractions in Macau with its past ruins.
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This 15th Century Church of St Paul was completed in 1637. However, a violent typhoon hit Macau in 1835 and for the third time, it was ruined again leaving its glory a history. They never rebuild it anymore. Today, it’s one of the most famous attractions in Macau with its past ruins. Soon on my web. See link on my bio!
6. Walking at the City
In any places we go, we always love to walk around the city center and observe the uniqueness of every culture!
7. The Parisian
This iconic Eiffel Tower in Macau is half of the size of the real one! A tourist attraction and famous landmark but in reality, it’s a hotel, casino, and mall all in one huge building!
8. Eating Macanese Food
And of course, pay respect to the country you’re at by tasting their food!
9. Galaxy Hotel and Casino
I’ve never seen a building as ambitious, dignified and magnificent as this! Polished with white-and-gold, this is how Macau welcome their tourist gamblers! Anyway, there’s a lot of activities to do inside here, like an interactive playground and dazzling diamond shows!
10. Taipa Village
This is Macau without casinos – reserved, quiet and reflective. Remembering the good old days here in Old Taipa Village with your kids. Treat them with local ice cream bars for walking.
Have you been to Macau? What are the places you can recommend?
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