Well, it just so happen that I decided to take Macau as a side-trip and to kill the excess time I had during my first trip to Hong Kong. I remember asking a colleague, what can I do in Macau? Well, you can gamble. Macau somehow is the Las Vegas of Asia. People go there to gamble, I guess.
But I am not into gambling, so what else? I was told, “Hotel Hopping” that’s what I can do there.
In my itinerary, I spent about 6 hours walking the streets of Macau. I was just beginning to really travel then. Not even good at taking pictures. Everything, from the place to the experience of planning that trip was new to me.
I wanted to see the Senado Square. It was mostly for shopping and dining. But my intention was to see and feel the Portuguese side. But it took me a long time to find the place, and it was already dark.
I took a late ferry back to Hong Kong, if I’m not mistaken that was at 10:30 pm. It was not bad at all. Though, I could have done so much in Macau if I did allocate a full day to explore it, but I did it for less than 8 hours. Somehow, I’d like to spend a night in Macau someday – to experience more of their busy night and their famous Bungy Jump!