Even though most visitors to Macau will arrive for a day-trip from neighboring Hong Kong, one day simply isn’t enough to properly experience this multi-faceted outpost. With a history and culture which runs much deeper than the nearest mega-casino, ... 

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Chocolate sundae

September 2015

This was the 3rd part of the 3 course meal that was supposedly worth HK378 per person

Slow roasted half rack BBQ ribs?

September 2015

3 pieces of ribs and some chips

Tomato Vegetable Soup

September 2015

Came less than half full

Menu for IVenture Customers

September 2015

We were given this 1 sheet of menu. No other choices

Ready to explore Hong Kong and Macau!

April 2014

Me with my spiffy Attractions Pass

Victoria Harbour Cruise

June 2013


This photo was taken after we finished with the cruise around Victoria Harbour. The cruising time was about 1.5 - 2 hours and we ended up just before 8pm where we continued with watching Light Symphony around the harbour. This Light Symphony takes place every night at 8pm.

The queue for the Peak Tram return

February 2013

Instead of the 90 minute queue, we took a taxi back down. Be careful, though, the driver overcharged us. Always get a receipt and check all the details are legible, including the taxi number!

Victoria Harbour from Kyo Hachi

February 2013

Dinner on the Peak in a wonderful Japanese restaurant with stunning views.

Metropolis Route

February 2013

Rickshaw bus H2 route

Heritage Route

February 2013

Rickshaw bus H1 route

Rickshaw bus

February 2013

Choose upstairs (open air) or downstairs (if it's raining). Excellent way to get around Hong Kong island

Victoria Harbour lights up

February 2013

Visit SKy100 at sunset to see spectacular harbour views.

From Sky100 towards former Kai Tak airport

February 2013

The density of building is unreal

Central Ferry piers and ifc from Sky100

February 2013

Impressive views of Hong Kong make this a must-see.

Entrance to Sky100 Observation Deck

February 2013

Hong Kong in miniature showing all 112 buildings that stand taller than 180 metres. The ICC is the tallest of the all.

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