I am just back from my super tiring but super wholesome tour of 5 places in 7D. Macau- Zhuhai- Shenzhen- Hong Kong- Shenzhen- Guangzhou. it is more like National service ( just my husband said) but cheap ( RM 2388) with 4* and above hotels every night and mostly good lunch and dinner except for 2 places 9 dinner in Hong Kong was only so-so and the dinner at Guangzhou is not good at all! Left Kuching on Air Asia at 4 pm , arrived Macau very late at around 8.15 pm, after clearing the immigration and after one of blurr blurr our tour member running back from the tour bus to the immigration toilet since she left her handbag in the toilet. We reached the Comida A Portuguesa Restaurant at around 9 pm for our dinner.

After filling our stomach we checked into 4* Hotel Royal for the night.

Since this is the only night in Macau, we ( 6 adventurous one) refused to tuck ourselves in but instead walk to Casino Lisboa to try our luck.
In Macau they are super liberal with nude show advertisement stuck on those trishaws above.
@ HK$400 per show.

I lost HK $60 at Lisboa slot machine why ??? Because.....
Only realised the next morning that there is a big sword pointing into Casino Lisboa ...so how to win big like that?? My friend escaped the big sword and won HK$ 3000 playing ' Big-small

30 may 2010. Going round Macau as all tourist do starting with the Ruins of St. Paul.

Saw this crypt opposite St Paul Ruin
Our tour bus broke down so we walked to Senado Square:

Then the bus drove us to the 'Ah moh Guan Yin' statue aka Our lady statue. Next stop: Fisherman's Wharf
Nobody knows what is inside the building below: This Volcano is now closed after a few incidents as told by our tourist guide. Next: City of Dreams for our sumptuous buffet lunch and the Bubble show.

Dragon and the Tiger @Bubble show, City of dreams is very very impressive indeed.

Last stop in Macau before crossing over to Zhuhai, China - A- Ma Temple

Yummy hot selling must try Portugese tarts at HK$ 4 each sold near A-Ma Temple

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