Away for the Weekend: Macau Adventure

This is my first time to fly out of the country! And it was really special because it was for our honeymoon. Our destination — historic and cosmopolitan Macau. It was a great experience; Macau is a beautiful place filled with memorable sights and tastes. Here’s to share some photos from our lovely trip.
On our way to Galaxy Hotel to explore the 
hotel and catch free shuttle buses going 
to different tourist spots

Fortune Diamond, supposedly to provide luck to casino-goers
Fortune Diamond

At the historic Largo do Senado (Senate Square). The place is dotted with antique European architecture.
At Largo do Senado
In front of Sto. Domingo Church
Ruins of St Paul

At The Venetian Hotel Macau, very grand and luxurious

 

Exploring The Venetian
Eating lunch at The Venetian
Lunch at The Venetian
At the City of Dreams   
Buffet lunch at Bambu, The Venetian
City of Dreams
At Fortaleza do Monte, offers a good view of the Macau cityscape

Gondola ride at The Venetian, part of the freebies offered by the hotel
 
Hearty buffet breakfast at Cafe Deco, The Venetian

Sto. Domingo Church, small, simple and elegant  
Sto. Domingo Church at night
One of the last few photos of us at The Venetian


Tips:

  1. There are year-round low fare promos. While it was just a gift for us, we were informed that it was on seat sale so it was less than P10,000 for the two of us, round trip. 
  2. You can tour Macau at no cost. The hotels offer free shuttle services to the different tourist spots in Macau. No need to ask for permission!
  3. Since Macau is small, you can tour it in a day. Plan your trip well so you’d have more time to see other attractions and shows.  
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