9th April 2010

Got my immigration pass and passport ready.

was stuck in the line to pass the immigration check point for almost 1 and a half hour.

It’s so easy to go Macau from Zhu Hai. Like I mentioned in previous post in Zhu Hai all we need is to go over to GongBei port and walk to the immigration thats it. Don’t need to involve any transportation at all just your two feet.

After came out from here

Hello MACAUuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!

Met up with our tour guide Miss Chong.

And start receiving all the messages like this.

Macau is a sin-city I guess. Too much casino here.

Everything in Macau look so Portuguese. This is called Portas do Cerco.

Saw an Esprit Outlet. There are alot in Hong Kong and I always thought Esprit in Hong Kong will be much cheaper than here but it prove me so wrong. It just the same like what we can get here. Deyammmm…..

How does the bus in Macau look like.

Their school uniform

and I guess this is the primary school uniform??? or different school got different uniform there?? I don’t know

Normally people go Macau they will certainly visit the St. Paul’s church and I don’t know why.

Spotted a boutique name Fatima and it reminds me of Farhana haha

In Macau they drive Toyota Corolla as taxi

Even the road sign board also in a very Portuguese style

Here we go

This is how the back of  The Ruins of St Paul’s Church look like

The Front.

Family’s shot.

went into the Crypt

Alot of Jesus statues in there

Paintings hanging on the wall

The Ruins of St. Paul’s (?????) refer to the façade of what was originally the Cathedral of St. Paul, a 17th century Portuguese cathedral in Macau dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle. Today, the ruins are one of Macau’s most famous landmarks. In 2005, the Ruins of St. Paul were officially enlisted as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Centre of Macau.


Cute doggie

and there’s a dog fight.

And beside the church it was a Na Tcha Temple ?????? is a Buddhist and Taoist temple in Macau dedicated to the worship of the deity Na Tcha.

The temple became one of the designated sites of the Historic Centre of Macau enlisted on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

and the Old Macau City Walls was made out of  clay, sand, rice straw, rocks and oyster shells. The city wall sections are now part of the Historic Centre of Macau UNESCO World Heritage Site also.

rice straw
oyster shells

Friendly guide.

This are a few houses in Macau

a small road side stall selling books and newspaper like we always saw it in the movies.

Aha! Caltex in Macau 🙂

Golden Dragon Casino

Hotel Golden Dragon

It’s a buffet lunch this time Woahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Fuhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Yay!!!! Buffet.

1st round

2nd round

Actually I start to felt full but I still go for 3rd round. Yada yada yada I know I am greedy indeed SUper greedy 🙄

but you know the food in Villa Picasso *mmmmmmuaaaahhh* Delicious! or maybe just because for the past few days all the food I ate are always the same? Probably.

I realize in Macau they used to parked their bikes under the flyover and in Macau there’s alor of motorcyclist as well

we stopped at a Souvenirs shop to get our souvenirs bought and bring back home fresh.

Orient Arch ????

The Statue of Guan Yin, a blend between the traditional images of the goddess Guan Yin and Holy Mary. This Guan Yin statue looks sad and what according to my father was because Guan Yin feel sad to see all those people who came over to Macau just because they are all gamblers ?? hahahaha lameeeee joke. 🙄

The buildings in Macau all very Portuguese-ish nd the road are all quite steep.

Here we reached A-Ma Temple ??? one of the oldest and most famous temples in Macau. The name Macau is thought to be derived from the name of the temple. It is said that when the Portuguese sailors landed at the coast just outside the temple and asked the name of the place, the natives replied “??”. The Portuguese then named the peninsula Macao.

And I tend to like taking pictures with ROCK hahahaha WTF!

The blessings.

I like how the buildings structure in Macau look like

even a lamp pose also look nice to me. So vintage.

The famous Koi Kei shop.

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1st April 2010

Woke up at 4 something and thanks to *me Love* for waking so early with us and drive us to the airport.

Lined up at the Cathay Pacific group check in counter

Get my passport ready, this is the 1st visa I got in my passport wheeee

Then got my flight ticket. As this is my 1st time fly with Cathay Pacific.

Every seats of  it got a personal tv

so throughout the whole trip I couldn’t fell asleep because was busy playing with the remote.

The joystick for u to entertained yourself by playing games

The video remote control

Each of us was gave a personal headphone so that we can enjoy our movies without getting or being interrupted by others

As my flight is just 2 hours 56 mins so I can only manage to watch one movie in the plane

I am busy discovering the entertainments that provided and I saw bejeweled which is my mum’s favourite game.

And also discovered the songs in the playlist had girls’ generation which is Justin Chu’s and Daniel Teh’s favourite.

After finish exploring I started to choose a movie that worth watching.

Was given a cup of orange juice.

Then was served with my breakfast in the plane.


Had 2 cups of red wine. 🙂

The plane landed at 11.20am (malaysia and hong kong time)

Through the tv we can actually see what’s happening outside the aircraft which is quite cool!

Here I am, Hong Kong airport. Wheee~! so excited!

Waiting for our tour guide to arrived and guide us.

part of  Hong Kong airport.

They had this lockers for rent in the airport.

As we reached Hong Kong early that the time that stated in the itinerary so our tour bus couldn’t reach on time so we just walked around in the airport. It was Easter Day so they had this little corner for Easter decoration.

Took a picture with a Bunny.

They had this pay in shower lounges in the airport.

Hong Kong tour guide, Patric Ma. A very funny man. 🙂

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