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Galaxy Macau

 Halo!Selepas check in kat Sheraton Macau Hotel, aku dengan husband meneruskan perjalanan ke Galaxy Macau. Jalan-jalan cuci mata o.o Galaxy Macau adalah sebuah hotel dan dalam hotel tu ada shopping mall haha. Masuk pintu je dah terpukau.Sus...
by Miss Volvo on Jun 20, 2016

สวัสดีมาเก๊า (Macau) เรากลับมาแล้ว

มาเก๊าเป็นที่แรกๆในการเดินทางท่องเที่ยวด้วยตัวเองของผมและภรรยา เรามารู้จักมาเก๊ากันห...
by Yak Lhao on Jun 18, 2016

The longest bridge of glass in the world will be inaugurated soon

China Opens World’s Longest Bridge: Would You Cross If You Came To It? It looks like they’re going to have to change some promotional materials down in Louisiana, where the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway has long claimed to be the world̵...
by We care about your travel on May 22, 2016

5 Unusual (and Exciting) Adventures in China

After almost a decade of traveling around China, I’ve had the privilege of experiencing almost every major tourist destination you’ll read about in the guide books: the Great Wall; the Terracotta Warriors; the Bund; the Silk Road. They’re all u...
by My Inner Mojo on May 10, 2016

The longest bridge of glass in the world will be inaugurated soon

China Opens World’s Longest Bridge: Would You Cross If You Came To It? It looks like they’re going to have to change some promotional materials down in Louisiana, where the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway has long claimed to be the world̵...
by We care about your travel on Apr 15, 2016

Malaysia vs Macau 0-0 Highlights 2016 Friendly

Malaysia held a goalless draw against Macau in the match of International Friendly. Malaysia vs Macau match ended with 0-0 scoreline in International Friendly 2016.  Malaysia vs Macau 0-0 Highlights Video Clips International Friendly 201...
by Goals Aim on Mar 29, 2016

ポルトガルの香り,マカオ歴史地区 / O Centro Histórico de Macau

O Centro Histórico de Macau Região Administrativa Especial de Macau da República Popular da China October2015,Olympus OM-D E-M1 マカオ歴史地区,中華人民共和国マカオ特別行政区 2015年10月撮影,Olympus OM-D E-M1...

Hong Kong: Can a Forensic Accountant Save Her Wealthy Family from Financial Ruin?

A Chinese-Canadian forensic accountant, who happens to be a lesbian, learns that her half-brother is threatened with financial ruin and her family faces disgrace. Can her legal advice and martial arts skills save the day?
by Accidental TravelWriter on Feb 15, 2016

Hiking in Macau at the Taipa and Coloane Island

Hiking or trekking as some call it is a form of walking on foot. Hiking is usually done on unfamiliar terrains until reaching a certain destination with spectacular highlights. With the amazing sights of nature seen before reaching the prime destinat...
by Cush Travel on Feb 13, 2016

Macau: Procession of the Passion of Our Lord, the God Jesus, to Take Place on 13 - 14 February 2016

A solemn Procession of the Passion of Our Lord will slowly wind its ways through the streets of Macau on 13 and 14 February 2016, which is the first day of Lent. The Catholic tradition dates back to the 16th Century..
by Accidental TravelWriter on Feb 12, 2016

Four Seasons of Weather in Macau

Weather in Macau has a humid subtropical climate mainly due to the city’s location on the northern border of the tropical zone of the globe. Similar to Hong Kong, monsoons are typical in the entire region which leaves Macau weather with noticeable...
by Cush Travel on Feb 12, 2016

Hong Kong & Macau, Day 5: Nan Lian Garden, Chi Lin Nunnery & Victoria Peak

Hello again! So to recap, I went on an 8-day adventure in Hongkong and Macau last January and it didn't cost us much to go sightseeing, pig out and enjoy at the same time. On our last full day in Hong Kong, we decided to take it easy and not str...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Feb 12, 2016

Discovering the Scenic Camoes Garden and Grotto

The Camoes Garden and Grotto is the oldest and largest park in Macau and covers nearly a 20,000 square meter area. Found at the far end of the garden is a fountain that contains a bronze sculpture called “Embrace”. The sculpture was made to be a...
by Cush Travel on Feb 11, 2016

Taking Care of your Health in Macau

When health in Macau is of concern, the health care system of the city is actually comparable to those of developed countries. The Macau SAR Government continues to invest vast resources to its health care system. In year 2000, 9.25% or 150 million U...
by Cush Travel on Feb 10, 2016

Hong Kong & Macau 2016, Day 4: Disneyland + Central

Hello! How are you guys??? Your Ate niyo Aisa/Pax is still a little sick, but at least I'm not a prisoner anymore. Hehe. I have so much to share with you guys, but after nalang my travel posts. Haha. Anyway, speeding things up so I can get back to my...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Feb 10, 2016

Façade of the Ruins of St. Paul

The Ruins of St. Paul is the most popular symbol of Macau but all that remains of the once impressive 16th Century cathedral is its front façade. Many mistake the St. Paul’s ruins to be the ruins of St. Paul’s Church; however, this is not the ca...
by Cush Travel on Feb 9, 2016

Capturing Macau’s City of Dreams

There used to be a single man who monopolized the success of Macau until he was forced to share the wealth of the city in year 2002. Stanley Ho established the entertainment and gambling empire of Macau for nearly 42 years. To this date, he still con...
by Cush Travel on Feb 8, 2016

China: Chinese New Year's Eve - Customs and Dates

Sunday 7 February 2015 is Chinese New Year's Eve, the beginning of a festival that traditionally lasted more than two weeks. Celebrations in Hong Kong will include fireworks, a night parade, horse-racing, and soccer.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Feb 7, 2016

Comparing Gambling in Macau and Las Vegas

Macau has played a unique and influential role in the relations of China and the West, particularly during the late 16th until the 19th Century. Macau used to be a colony of Portugal, thus the European nation’s heavy influence on the city’s cultu...
by Cush Travel on Feb 7, 2016

Hong Kong & Macau 2016, Day 3: Lantau Island & Mongkok

While some of my cousins are out with my jowa, partying in Makati, I chose to stay at home nalang and rest some more. So proud of myself! Haha. My visitors (mom, sis, bro-in-law, sis-in-law) just left, leaving me bored again. Haha. So, eto na, more t...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Feb 2, 2016


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