HK Sidetrip – Macau

Here are some snaps from my previous side-trip to Macau while I was in HK. Didn’t get to see too much of the city unfortunately, time dictates that I only spent a day-trip there, and truth be told, I was running out of money as well. Thankfully, Macau boasts free shuttle buses aplenty, tho only towards the glitzy parts of town (casinos).

Within walking distance from the ferry is Fisherman's Wharf, a sea side establishment good for a relaxing walk and a hearty meal.

Within walking distance from the ferry is Fisherman's Wharf, a sea side establishment good for a relaxing walk and a hearty meal.

Fisherman's Wharf also boasts some unique souvernir shops...

Fisherman's Wharf also boasts some unique souvernir shops...

One of them is.. this Enzo Ferrari boutique! Can you imagine getting one for a souvenir?

One of them is.. this Enzo Ferrari boutique! Can you imagine getting one for a souvenir?

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This huge mall/hotel copying Venice was called.. Venetian, Macao. Pretty but weird. A taste of Europe in Macau?

This huge mall/hotel copying Venice was called.. Venetian, Macao. Pretty but weird. A taste of Europe in Macau?

We're not allowed cameras in the gaming grounds. Here's the closest shot I can get without looking too suspicious...

We're not allowed cameras in the gaming grounds. Here's the closest shot I can get without looking too suspicious...


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About the Author. Nikolas Tjhin. A graphic and web designer in its previous incarnation, Nik’s journeyman career has seen him do work for various creative studios in Wisconsin, Minneapolis, Singapore and Jakarta. Now, he’s settled down for the time being and focusing his efforts as the editor of an Asia travel zine, Unearthing Asia.

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