Dinner at Miramar

I was able to see so much of Macau and it was nonstop since the moment I stepped off the ferry.  It was time for dinner and Fanny brought me to one of her favorite restaurants, Miramar. The restaurant located along Hac Sa Beach serves Portuguese cuisine and has a variety of wine, cheese, beer,…

Taipa Houses and Egg Tarts

Along Avenida da Praia in Taipa, you’ll find the Taipa Houses Museum. The museum complex consists of five old houses each displaying various artifacts and exhibits. The colonial houses showcasing Portuguese architecture were constructed in 1921. I walked up and down the sidewalk admiring the pastel green houses and various people using them for their…

Macau Hotel Hopping

I was able to step inside the top hotels in Macau thanks to Fanny. She drove me around and dropped me off at each hotel allowing some time to walk around each one. Talk about amazing service! The luxury hotels were super nice and very impressive.

Senado Square

Our dim sum lunch was delightful and it was time to leave the MGM to see a couple of the most popular sites in Macau. Located in the central area of the Macau Peninsula is Senado Square. It’s one of the four largest squares in Macau. The colonial buildings surrounding the square have an extensive…

Dim Sum at Imperial Court

After wandering around the MGM for a bit, it was time for lunch. Fanny made a reservation at Imperial Court located inside the hotel. The restaurant features Cantonese fare and serves authentic dishes with a modern twist. I was immediately drawn to the middle of the resaturant where a column with a carving of a dragon…

Off to Macau!

After a solid breakfast of eggs and milk pudding, I headed towards the pier to catch the ferry to Macau. I bought a ticket for the TurboJet high speed ferry online a couple days beforehand. The pier was pretty confusing to find. I was literally running around for a bit since it was almost departure…