Sunday, January 29, 2012

Macau: The Portuguese Colony

We left Kowloon early and took a taxi to the Macau Ferry Terminal. It was about 930 am when we boarded the First Ferry going to Macau. The trip took about 1 1/2 hour travel. Fare was around 150 HKD one way. When we arrived Macau it was raining and fortunately it stopped. Did not know where to stay, but since there were plenty of agents outside the Macau Ferry Terminal you can have options depending on your budget. Since it was still past 11 in the morning I decided to contact a private car for 500 Macau Peseta  with driver to tour us around the city for 4 hours :St Patrick's Cathedral Ruins, a Catholic Church, the Fisherman's Wharf (which is just opposite the Pier and a walking distance, Lisboa and other casinos as well as downtown Macau  other sites and drop us off at the Venetian Hotel and Casino.

A view of the Macau Ferry Terminal from the Fisherman's Wharf

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