This is my final part of Macau before heading back to Hong Kong. If you have not seen my first 4 parts, pls feel free to have a read on them.
Walking through the alley, you will see lot of shops selling dry meat, Portuguese egg tart, almond cakes and egg rolls. Each of these shops are fighting for customers. Guess when you are selling the same stuff, surely there will be stiff competition among themselves but the ones who gain are the customers. =)
… the ruins of St Paul Cathedral.
Heading back from the ruins ….
to catch a ferry back to Hong Kong.
The older part of Macau
View of Macau-Taipa Bridge from the Ferry
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Want more? Here are more pictures from the trip to Macau. It has a lot of nice old Portuguese buildings and churches too. Every corner you walk or head too, the buildings around are so beautiful that you cannot stop taking pictures of them. (which is what I did =) )
All these places above are within walking distance to Senado Square, which is famous for sightseeing. This would be the first place tourist will drop by.
Macau has lots of Churches and old Portuguese buildings. Portuguese words also can be found on their street signs. I really love to walk along the alley and see what is behind and not just the front only.
These are the places where you will see a lot more things and you can capture the magic moments or scenes.
Here are some from shots.
one of the much older casinos on older side of Macau
Last year, I was in Hong Kong with my wife for a holiday, and we decided to take a short day trip (more like a half day trip) to Macau by ferry. In fact you can fly in or even go in style to Macau by helicopter. =)
We left Kowloon area early and went to the pier at Kowloon side to buy our ferry tickets. There are many ferry service providers there so, you can pick and choose the best and or which part you plan to ‘land’ on Macau. As usual, I let my pictures tell the stories and let you enjoy.
Shot from the pier.
People catching the ferry to Cotai Strip where most of the newest casino are built and located. Most of them are heading to the casinos.
Macau International Airport which is next to the Cotai Strip Ferry pier.
Interior of one of the casinos.. all in gold colour