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Saturday, November 01, 2014
Dream Trip to Macau at 00:00

“To move, to breathe, to fly, to float; to gain all while you give; to roam the roads of lands remote; to travel is to live.” ― Hans Christian Andersen
The world out there is so big and full of wonders. I've been looking at this inspiring quote over and over again to motivate myself to earn hard and save hard in order to travel around the world. I believe that what you see from the internet or pictures from your friends trip won't be as good as you yourself present in that place to feel the warmth and hospitality of local people.

Macau, is also one of my dream place where i wish to leave my footprints there.

Now, thanks to Macau Government Tourist Office and Nuffnang, a few of lucky birds gets to fly over to Macau for a 3 days 2 nights trip! Wow! Wow! Wow! I would really wish to be there and file in another section of my travelogues under here.

Macau is a small place, but it has plenty of attracting tourist spots which makes me really want to pay a visit soonest possible! Macau, is a place which allows you to do a lot of sight seeing to the heritage building which was also featured in UNESCO heritage list, enjoy tasty local delicacies and also all kinds of entertainment over there.

You may find the places of interest in Macau Government Tourist Office Official Website. They have some suggested itinerary and place to stay in Macau too! It is a very informative website!

Let me share with you the top three most amazing things which makes me want to visit Macau:

1. Ruin's of the St. Paul (大三巴牌坊)

    Photo credits to google.com

I have seen this place was featuring in a lot of TVB Drama series! I am a TVB drama queen! Every time i saw this place, i fell in love with it over and over again. Remember the drama 十月初五的月光》(英语:Return of the Cuckoo;又名《澳門街》) and 《巨轮》(英语:Brother's Keeper)? That two TVB drama was featuring Ruin's of the St. Paul for quite a few times.

    (Return of the Cuckoo)

    (Brother's Keeper)

    Photo Credits to google.com

A lot of my friends has already been there and took a lot of nice photo over there. Envy them to the max! I will be there one day and snap lots of photo of the building, selfie photo and also lots of jumping shot in front of this heritage building. Mad love! Oh yeah i can use my selfie stick in front of the building! Just wait for me to spam to Facabook, Blog and Instagram account of Macau pictures!

2. Macau Portugese Egg Tarts (澳门葡挞)

Brother's Keeper was one of the Best Drama in year 2013. I'm so in love with the places and the scene that they used in the drama. In that drama, the main sponsor was Macau's Koi Kee Bakery!

    Photo credits to google.com

In case you don't know about it, there is a character which cast by Edwin Siu. In the drama, he spend most of his life time in Macau explore ways to grow his peanut brittle vendor business. I like his "never-give up" spirit which is very inspiring. He manage to grow his mobile business (he used to do mobile business in front of Ruin's of St. Paul) into a large multi-chain bakery shop -  Lo Soon Kei. Later, i found out that it was actually representing a real life story of the owner of the most famous bakery shop in Macau!

In that drama, it also reflects the real situation in Macau whereby a lot of tourist went there to buy their pastries as souvenirs or hand gifts! I want to be personally present there and bring some peanut brittle sweet home for my family and not forget to enjoy their famous pastries while walking around the Macau Street! My mum loves peanut sweets and last time she keep on saying she want to fly to Macau to look for "Lo Soon Kei". My mum is so funny. I know.

Photo credits to here.

Oh ya, most of the people living in Macau were communicating in cantonese! I'm very curious how their local accent sounds like. Can't wait to talk to them in Cantonese! Perhaps i can bargain for more cheaper hand gifts to bring it home!

3. Bungee Jump at Macau Tower

This is another most amazing thing that attracts me! 

   Photo credits to google.com

Macau Tower's height was 338 meters high. The bungee jump challenger have to jump out from the tower at 233 meters high! 

   Wow!! Anyone can help me take picture like this?? (Photo credits to google.com)

    Photo credits to google.com

I want to take the challenge too! I wan to do it when i'm still young. Like people always said, "You only live once!" I want to experience it before i'm old and tied with my own family and kids. 

For more info, please visit here.

There are too many things to do in Macau! I'll share with you guys in my travelogues again after i visit Macau! :) If you are going there very soon, don't forget to check out Macau Government Tourism site to assist you in planning your travel itinerary plan.

You may visit Macau Government Tourism at:
Website: Macau Government Tourist Office
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MY.Macau

See you soon, Macau!



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