Since I have a long weekend, I went to Macao with my family for the very first time.
Hell yeah, now I can say I have been to Macao lol
For whom do not know Macao, it's a city near Hong Kong (an hour by ferry) and it used to be a colony of Portugal, so it looks exotic to me comparing to Hong Kong. Macao is packed with all sorts of casino including the friggin big Venetian, friggin gorgeous Wynn and MGM.
Not to say much, photos speak for me
(But there's one thing I experience that made me feel better than anything, I was asked to show my ID for age-proof to get into the Casino, and I have been old enough for some time to drink and drive, this moment is priceless to me LOL)
The landmark of Macao, used to be a church and this is all left after the 3 enormous fire.[link]
What I saw on the safety card of the ferry, laughing to hard and hurt my stomach.
The name tag of the street is made of white tile and blue paint (which is a tradition handicrafts from Portugal?) Name of the streets are written in both Chinese and Portuguese.
Food from Portugal
The "must-buy", roast almond biscuit (I hope I get it rite, the biscuit is made of almond powder and peanuts)
And you can find buildings like these everywhere
My RL Friends