Macau is a small peninsula in mainland China, across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong. It was a Portuguese territory until 1999 and displays a mixture of both Portuguese and Chinese cultural influences. It has giant casinos and extravagant malls which earned it the name “Las Vegas of Asia.” Some of it more notable landmarks include the 338m-high Macau Tower and the Ruins of St Paul’s.
So today started off a little earlier than usual, only because we were heading out to Macao and thought it best to get a semi-early start. With Gluten intolerance on the mind we headed straight to starbucks and grabbed some drinks then slowly trekked towards the MTR and the Ferry terminal. For those who haven’t […]
So today I braved my alarm clock and headed off to Macau. I had an 8am ticket and I still do not know why I did that to myself. I will do a write-up about why I needed to go to Macau and other useful things you may need to know at a later date. First […]
Ok So before I go into what I did in Macau let us have a look at the different buses and the routes. I got most of this information from http://www.chinatouristmaps.com. Macau Bus lines cover almost all the attractions and hotels on the Macau Peninsular and the main tourist spots. The bus routes operate on […]
Well here we go. After getting onto the bus I had to keep an eye out for the correct stop, as usual I didn’t know what that was. Luckily I had a kind old lady who spoke English sitting next to me and she saw me checking out the map trying to figure out my […]