A day in Macau.
This is actually the third day in Hong Kong but this post is a lot shorter than my second day so I thought I should bring my Macau post forward and push my day two back!
I WENT TO DISNEYLAND ON DAY TWO AND TOOK HELL A LOT OF PHOTOS so I'll need time to put them all together!
Anyway, it's always a little dream of mine to visit Macau because I was a fan of the Kor version of Boys over Flowers! In case you have no idea what BOF is, it's a Korean drama and they went there to film lol. Go google it la how can you not know what BOF is!!!!
We took a ferry over from Hong Kong!
I've always thought the ferry will be ugly and worn but it's actually pretty well furnished lol.
Our first stop is their famous hotel, "The Venetians"!
It's already sooooooo pretty outside I can't even breathe when I walk into the lobby wtf. (Just kidding, I'm just exaggerating but it's really crazy gorg!!)
LOOK AT THAT OMFG...... T _ T
I was SUPER SUPER under-dressed 'cause we didn't want to go to Macau on the third day!
The actual plan was to go to Ocean Park but it was too packed that day so we changed our plan and pushed Macau forward.
Didn't have the time to change out.
Worst of all, I wasn't wearing lens so I couldn't snap any decent picture of myself!! *stabs self*
This hallway leads us to the casino and I'm underage so I didn't manage to get in lol.
The only picture I took. LOL Couldn't resist!!
We got to The Grand Canal Shoppes to shop for a while. That's when I got into Macau's sasa and bought more things lol :X
Anyway, I was so excited so I got to ALL of their bridges and told my mom that Gu Jun Pyo and Geum Jan Di cried there HAHAHAHA. I couldn't remember which bridge they filmed on.
The sky's super real in life! :D
After that, we boarded the bus and headed to "The Ruins of St Paul".
I honestly have no idea what that wall is called so I went to google it HAHA.
Streets in Macau.
And there it is!
It's really amazing if you were to stare at it closely and look at every single bit of that wall.
Got into their museum as well. Love that feeling when we stepped into the museum. We were told to be silent because the museum we're going into is a sacred place.
After that, we walked down the streets near the wall and got to this shop that Geum Jan Di bought a portuguese tart from in BOF!
HONESTLY, the tart there was meh. I doubt it's the really famous one in Macau but we didn't have the time to look for the famous Portuguese tart as it's getting dark so we left without it. :(
Got back to Hong Kong and found Gong Cha along the night street!
AND THE CUP IS DAMN BIG LOL.
So much bigger than the ones in Singapore wtf. AT THE SAME PRICE!!!!
That's the end of Macau. I'll love to go back one day :D
In case you haven't watch my Hong Kong haul, here is the LINK to it!!
I'll be back!