MACAU: A CITY NEVER SLEEPS

Macau is a great place of traveling. Every one is telling me “Just Half a day in Macau ” will do but I found out Macau is more than that.. a day or two will not be enough venturing the city. “A city that never sleep” is simply awesome with the colorful luminous light at night and also it is filled with the great food and great heritage.

ABOUT MACAU
Macau – located on the western bank of the Pearl River Delta in southern Guangdong Province, People’s Republic of China – adjoins the Mainland city of Zhuhai and lies some 60 kilometres to the west of Hong Kong. Macau comprises Macau Peninsula, Taipa and Coloane. Macau Peninsula is the hub of the territory and is connected to Taipa by three bridges. Several large international hotel resorts – with new supporting infrastructure – are located on the reclaimed land between Taipa and Coloane in the newly developed district known as Cotai.

Our trip to Macau brings us to explore the beautiful island which is simply amazing

2015 VISIT 

( Sponsored by Tourism Macau)

MORNING
AFTERNOON
NIGHT
DAY 1
Fly
from Malaysia
Arrived
in Macau International Airport
DAY 2
Experience
“Crossroads of China and Portugal” Walking Tour (Places of Interest : ,St.
Joseph’s Seminary and Church, St. Lawrence’s Church, Mandarin’s House,  A-Ma Temple)
DAY 3
Senado
Square and Ruins of St. Paul’s ( Carpenter Guildhall)
 

2013 VISIT

02 October 2013 – First Touch to Macao

 



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