We wanted to make the most out of our China trip so we decided to squeeze in a full day tour in Macau. We rode a ferry from Kowloon to visit the prestigious city. It’s one of my favorite highlights during our entire trip. I fell in love with Macau and I wish I could’ve explored more.
Macau is favored by tourists. In fact, it receives 31.5 million visitors a year. The city is pretty much like Hong Kong except most architectures are historical and Portuguese inspired.
One of the historical attractions in Macau is the Ruins of St. Paul Cathedral, our first stop. The church was destroyed by fire in 1800’s. It’s facade is the only remaining structure but still looks beautiful as it is.
The ruins of the cathedral is one of the most visited attraction. The area is always full of people.
It wasn’t long till we left the area to our next destination. I wish we could’ve stayed longer though, I’d love to walk around the streets.
We passed by Macau’s tallest tower. It would be fun to try their Bungee jump if I have the guts. It would be a good practice for skydiving. lol. Maybe next time.
We’re excited get to our next destination which is the highlight of our Macau trip. Macau is well-known for its prestigious Casinos. The Venetian is one of the most visited in Macau because of its remarkable representation of Venice watercity in Italy.
There’s even a real Gondola ride for those who want to get the feel of Venice.
Macau is dominated by luxury shoppers from Asia. The Venetian features a chain of luxury fashion brands selling shoes, bags, clothing and accessories.
The City of Dreams is a great place to enjoy a lively night time in Macau. It’s located just across the Venetian Casino. Their city night lights is truly one of the things you shouldn’t miss here.