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02.07.2012 | 濠江花月

[Volume 7 Issue 7, #1463]
我的澳門之旅, 我的生日之旅.. 由香港坐船過大海..
my macao trip, my birthday trip.. from hongkong to macao by ferry..
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其實我除咗去香港, 都仲有去澳門嘅.. 因為澳門機票比較平, 所以我係由呢度飛香港, 再由澳門飛返嚟嘅.. 不過都係逗留短短兩日, 除咗媽祖閣(相片G)同大三巴(相片H)兩個景點, 其餘時間都係搭免費穿梭巴士來往各大賭場酒店.. 我九日港澳之旅就係咁喇, 我facebook內有更多呢次旅程嘅相片, 有興趣歡迎瀏覽.. :)
besides hongkong i actually went to macao.. because macao's flight is cheaper, so i flew in hongkong and then flew back from macao.. anyway it was just a brief two-day stay, besides a-ma temple (photo G) and the ruins of st paul's (photo H), the rest of the time was hopping between casino hotels with the free shuttle buses.. so that's my nine days of vations, more photos on my facebook, welcome to view if you are interested.. :)
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  1. Good morning, SK, everyone!

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  2. In a rush this morning. Will be back. Have a nice day!

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  3. B. looks a bit like Genting

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    1. It looks like open-aired Genting, hihihi~

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    2. genting also like that ah?? i long time have not been to genting already.. and this is not open-aired lah, they have the ceiling painted like blue sky only..

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    3. so like Vegas eh? ;p

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    4. Ah!! It's not open-aired?? Darn, I got tricked!!

      Btw, is this Venetian Hotel opened after year 2006? Why my tour didn't bring me there $*%*^&.

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  4. Good morning HS and Small Kuching... Meow! Meow!

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    1. happy mporning annay, happy surefer & meow meow

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  5. Thambee you big time gambler huh....went casino hopping!

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    1. casinos are one of their main attraction, must go all of them, haha!!

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  6. C. I noticed msny of your photo pose hands in pocket.

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    1. Yeah he was playing his marbles inside! Kekekeke

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    2. Wakaka....sure he will kill me when he reads this.

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    3. Maybe he was counting his winnings inside!

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    4. hahaha play marbles ? kakaka..
      or maybe too much money le .. so everytime need to hold the money....

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    5. No, this is the "chok" style, made famous by Raymond Lam, wakakaka!

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    6. but he said tarak win anything wor

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    7. aiyah, i am amateur photography model mah, also dunno how to pose nicely.. two hands feel so idle then put them into pockets lah, somemore i think like this look slimmer, hahaha!!

      playing marbles and holding the money and acting "chok"?? hahaha, you guys really very creative and imaginative~~ :D

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  7. The pork chop bun is very nice. I tried it last weekend at the Gardens Mid Valley which was done in Taiwanese style. I think they copied the Macao style!

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    1. Geez! I forgot the name suddenly. It is on second highest level and corner with many people queue up every day!

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    2. the shop call is fong lye..
      but the macau pork bun is the best..
      I remember that most of the time I eat in Macau I will order a pork bun.. yummy le

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    3. I salivated when I saw this pork chop bun in FB... why no one recommended me it when I was in Macau? $&%&$^

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    4. Fong Lye sounds very familiar. I think outside of Midvalley also have but i cant recall where

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    5. is it this one? http://gluttonssquare.blogspot.com/2011/04/ronnycakes-reviews-fong-lye-taiwanese.html but i see tarak pork chop

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    6. yeah, i think that's Fong Lye at Garden's if you talk about taiwanese food, and that restaurant only accept cash and no credit cards right??

      aiyoh, macao pork chop bun must try lah.. they also have the pork chop polo bun, but i tried the original bun only..

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  8. The casinos looked very grand from outside. Same like Las Vegas and Atlantic City where they have so many interesting casinos which look vibrant with lights at night. Did you take the night scene of the casinos?

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    1. haven't been to the US before lah, but i think Vegas is sure more happening than Macao.. yeah, i took some night scene, see them in my facebook anay..

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  9. E. gold so dat money come to them la

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  10. I think Casino Lisboa is the oldest antique there! I first went there in 1985 and last visited it in 2010. Nothing has changed and the hordes of gangsters are still there guarding. I never gambled in any Macao casinos as I worry about becoming addicted. Better not start, no ending for me!

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    1. Gangsters? If win money will get beaten up?

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    2. All casinos there got gangsters watching! They have to control unruly gamblers and protect the place and visitors. Normal staff won't be efficient in this. In the West, they do have burly bouncers too.

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    3. I heard is our Genting Highland if win money have to fast cabut lari else will kena wallop

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    4. errr, yalor, lots of gangsters and mafia in the lisboa.. that's why i also didn't feel like getting in, also a lot of mainlanders all came by shutter bus that day..

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  11. F. no night scene ke? With all the lights on should be very nice.

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    1. hehe, got lah, you see from my facebook lah..

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  12. G. Nasib baik not parameswara la.def there else become Mangkuk.

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    1. * landed.

      actually the word Macao sound a bit like four letters words in cantonese for me. wrong pronunciation or tone will become......

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    2. hahaha, parameswara?? i think before he can even be there, he already mangkuk already lah~~ :D

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  13. H. famous in tv shows and wedding photo ya. got see any wedding couples there ka.?

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    1. no woh, didn't see any wedding couples that day..

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  14. I. what is the black things at the window behind u? kain?

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    1. hmmm, i also didn't noticed that woh.. nothing special i think just the window only..

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  15. J. very nice. yes no point going up if have gone before. better get other place

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  16. K. looks a bit small portion wor.

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    1. errr, yalor, that's why i ordered another luncheon meat and egg sandwich lor.. but quite ok lah that portion..

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    1. the famous macao pork chop bun!! fresh from the kitchen, crispy outside, tender inside, haha~~

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  18. M. wah...ni makes me drool. looks good

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    1. oh, this is one signature dish called portuguese chicken woh.. a bit like out curry but then not hot at all one..

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  19. N. sei lor......where to find this ah in msia.......

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    1. errr, got lah.. pork ribs is now everywhere in some oink-oink restaurants..

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  20. O. from there the plc looks small

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  21. Ook....come back later. go makan first.

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  22. I can only remember 2 things in Macao.

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  23. The ruins of st paul's and the portuguese egg tarts.

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    1. actually i didn't eat the portuguese egg tart.. those that i found doesn't really look tasty.. but i tried the ones in lisbon portugal, indeed very nice, haha!!

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  24. I am not interested in gambling.

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  25. I don't really like to visit casino, except going there to get free drinks. Heheheh!

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    1. i actually didn't gamble also, just went casino hopping and snapping photos only.. because a lot of people and don't really feel like gambling also..

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    2. Can snap pics in casino ka?? I thought the gangsters will throw you out when they hear, "click, click"?

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  26. Macao Almond Cookies are very nice and famous. I like also.

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    1. hahaha, in fact didn't try and by those almond cookies although i know they are famous.. that day so crowded i just see see the ruins of st pauls and quickly left already..

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  27. You look nice in green. I think dark colours suit you.

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    1. lol . looks like a mr green guy..
      kakakaka

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    2. Yeah he looked like Mr Chendol man!!!! Kakakakakakakaka...!!!

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    3. Mr Green Guy, no la!

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    4. Mr Chendol Man, no la!

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    5. I thought only one man is nice in green, guess who?

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    6. Incredible hulk.

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    7. wakaka ya incredible hulk...not chendol man la

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    8. wearing dark looks slimmer mah right?? hahaha, maybe i am the Incredible Chendol?? hahahaha~~

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  28. Food looks good. Ooooo...the ribs look like to die for!

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    1. ok ok lah the ribs, i think we can get similar ones over here in KL..

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  29. how come I didn't try the pork ribs?
    Looks delicious le..

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    1. errr, the pork ribs isn't anything famous and must try lah.. here also can get similar things..

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  30. beside the pork bun I also eat portugese egg tart..
    it is very crispy and I think they put the pork lard to make it fragrant

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    1. i actually didn't try the portuguese egg tart.. didn't make way to the famous shop, and others that i see also seems not so nice like that..

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  31. air flight ticket to Macau is cheaper?
    I remember that I arrive in HKG and then take ride to Macau and then back to HKG

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    1. yeah, the tickets to and from macau is actually cheaper.. depends lah, if you want to go to macau, then it will be good, else no need the hassle lah.. you also need to take into considerations the ferry ticket to macau leh, that's about HK$150 one way..

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  32. but I had a bad experience in Macau..
    when I reached there I was sick (cirit birit).. and couldnt try all the food..

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    1. hahaha!! that's actually one of the worst thing in life..

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  33. I wonder how you do this type of slides, SK.. i like it.. so convenient.. click and see, click then see... nice pictures.. reminds me of my trip few years back with my kids! :)

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    1. hehehe, it's a little bit of HTML and Javascript to put all these photos in an album.. you wanna do this?? :)

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  34. I remember that Macau has its own currency.. but they still accept HKD...
    Macau currrency is cheaper compare to HKG

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    1. yes, it's like HK$1=MOP1.03 so basically the same value.. they accept HKD in macau and make us more convenient..

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  35. ooo another best food that I remember is the
    crab porridge..
    that is the best one.. yummy..

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    1. I thought you lau sai cirit birit!! Still can eat crab porridge kah? LOL

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    2. LOL! SP commented earlier he cirit birit when he landed there. Different trip is it?

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    3. yeah, i've actually planned to go for the crab porridge, but didn't make it at last.. haha!!

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  36. Good morning, everyone!

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  37. I love Macao..my girl was simply amazed by the Venetian Hotel..

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    1. hahahaha, actually i think going there once is enough.. :)

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  38. but we took ferry..didn't take the flight as we were following a tour..

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    1. yeah, i think normally they do a day trip for macau, taking ferry from and back to HK..

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  39. Wah looking at all your pics really make me miss my HK/Macau trip! I still remember the pork burger and the Portuguese tarts! Yum!

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    1. yeah, the photos definitely make me miss my trip so much!! feels like going back again soon, hahaha!!

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  40. have you tried going to that macao tower? i've seen it on TV and its really amazing

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    1. yeah, i've actually been up there years back.. so i didn't go to the macau tower this time..

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  41. well aside to those structures i could see your beautiful smile hehe and that proves how happy you were there

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    1. yeah, it was indeed a very enjoyable trip.. anyway, we should always enjoy our vacation right?? :p

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  42. Wah! This time photos good leh...

    Can see SK's face everywhere! LOL

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    1. haha, why want to see my face everywhere?? later you have nightmare at night~~

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  43. SK so budak baik when take photos.

    He doesn't take "strange" action photos one.

    All smile nicely and stand nicely too.

    kekeke

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    1. "Strange" action photo?? Like TM's honey's plank and flying poses, minus the smile?? Hahaha!

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    2. aiyah, i am not good at posing for photos lah.. you think i am professional photography model ah?? hahahaha..

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  44. I remember Portuguese egg tarts when mentioned Macau. Hehehe, I'm more to a food person.

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    1. hahaha, i think most people will associate HK and Macao with food~~

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  45. Flight to-fro Macau from HK is cheap? Then I should opt for flight if I wanted to visit Macau from HK.

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    1. yes, i mean AirAsia lah, hahaha!! it's an alternative you can consider if you want to go Macau lah.. but also need to consider the ferry which is about HK$150 one way..

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  46. 我反而覺得威尼斯人酒店似雲頂第一世界。

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    1. 我其實唔係好記得雲頂係咩樣囉.. 至少呢個威尼斯人係一個主題, 雲頂係【雜】好多主題囉..

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  47. I'm prone to seasick. I didn't enjoy the ferry ride which lasts about 30-40 mins.

    Luckily I didn't vomit but I tried to close my eyes and meditated. Silly, ya~

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    1. hahaha, the ferry ride between HK and Macau takes like an hour.. but then i just board and get into sleep lah, very comfortable one, haha!!

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  48. I notice that you always put your hands in your pockets when taking photos, hehe :P

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    1. haha, you noticed that or you noticed somebody commenting about this?? :D

      same lah, like many people like to put both hands beside the body only mah~~

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    2. I always with my V sign in my photos.

      Or do something cheesy.

      Don't like standing straight for photos. ;p

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    3. cannot lah, old already so better be more stable lah.. unlike gadis can still do V sign and cutie pose~~ :D

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    4. Hahaha! but SK still act cute for the profile pic, with the nerdy glasses and backpack~

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    5. aiyah, that one is very natural not acting cute lah.. the backpack is what i carry when i was in HK (to put my umbrella, camera, water etc).. and the glasses, i photoshopped one lah~~ :D

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  49. I'm back... hehe hello SK... waz up... yikes.. I missed most of your entries again haha..

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  50. hmmmm is Macao located in HongKong too?? I heard this place a lot from my friends and even in some tv programs...

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    1. nope, macao is not part of hongkong, they are both part of china.. macao and hongkong are just about an hour ferry ride apart, so normally tourist will go to these two places together..

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  51. as for the Photo B... is it a real river or an improvised one? It actually reminds me of Korea's lotte world

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    1. nah, not real river, they just made the water feature inside the building, so that the boat can sail around the building..

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  52. the structures are more like a combination of Gothic and Indian- inspired buildings for me...

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  53. hmmm so you went to casino too? or just a peek? I'm really eager to see what's inside a casino coz I've never been to any hehe

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    1. yeah, i went into all the casinos while doing the hotel hopping.. they offer free shuttle bus from hotels to hotels, and admission into the casino is quite relax too..

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  54. what is their major religion in the country?? basing it on the pictures ... it seems that they were somehow Islamic

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    1. definitely not Islamic.. i would say Buddhism is the main religion, and could be a big community of Christians as well..

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  55. 10th tallest building.. that is pretty interesting.. so it goes along with Malaysia's Petronas Tower.. right

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    1. not the 10th tallest building but the 10th tallest tower in the world.. yes, goes along with Malaysia's Telekom Tower..

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  56. well... as for the noodles part.. it does reminds me of the meal I had last Friday... though in my case.. it was a dissatisfaction :(

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  57. but I think i find that Porkshop in a bun more tempting... same thing goes with the portugese chicken

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  58. they really have nice structures in Macau huh... they got a lot of variations... which is pretty cool

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    1. yeah, they are ruled by the Portuguese that's why you see a big influence on portugal.. macao has just been returned to China in 1999..

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  59. okay it's time for me to recap your previous entries haha hopefully I didn;'t missed a lot

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  60. 对我来说欧洲是个遥远的梦想 威尼斯人是个不错的选择

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    1. 呵呵, 不要那麼快說是遙遠的夢想, 要設定這個目標向前進嘛.. :)

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  61. what a craving trip u got there man!

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  62. if sit bus from Hong Kong to Sen Zhen will be waste lotsa time is it? lol

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  63. Well everytime I see people go Hong Kong ,they sure go Shen Zhen also . . . which means go one shoot also la

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    1. actually i have not been to Shenzhen before.. going to Macao is easier because entering is more convenient, going to Shenzhen needs the China visa leh..

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  64. eh ada makanan yang tak halal LOL! :D

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    1. haha, of course lah!! i am always not halal one mah, hahahaha!! :D

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  65. it seems that good food is scatter all over the world huh? :D

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    1. definitely!! and it really depends on how you know where they are~~ :)

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  66. This reminds me - I have not finished blogging about my HK trip last year!! Haha!

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  67. If I went Macao, surely is because of the food and not because of the casino. I like biscuits one.

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    1. SK, thought you see me bringing my kids to many countries. I still have a dream, I want to bring my girls to Disneyland before they turn 13 years old. So, I wish to go Hong Kong and Macao again.

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