MACAU... "City of Dreams"


MACAU... "City of Dreams"
Last week, we had our Macau tour with some friends at work. Let me start with "City of Dreams".
One of several major entertainment facilities on the Cotai Strip in Macau.  Most famous for hosting the world class show called  "House of Dancing Water" twice daily, as well as the much enjoyed "Dragon Treasure" show, throughout the day (parehong maganda daw yon, sayang di kasama sa budget namin, bwahaha).  There is a shopping arcade, number of coffee shops, restaurants, two casinos as well as three hotels found here (stroll lang ng stroll, picture picture, you know...hahaha).

City of Dreams offers free transporation to the Macau airport, ferry terminals and major border crossings as well as to other popular spots in the city (libre sakay, ikot ikot lang hahaha).


Look Oh... 'anlake pa sa face ko!




(BELOW) Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral


(BELOW) Casino at Venetian Macao
The Venetian is a 40 story hotel, casino and amusement complex located on reclaimed land in the area now designated as Cotai in Macau.  There are a many restaurants at the Venetian as well as a Venice-like canal lined with shops, where you can also take a gondola ride. The Venetian casino is one of the largest in Macau with 550000 square feet of floor space and it is probably the busiest with over 3400 slot machines and 800 casino tables (baket ko alam tong mga to...? malay ko sa mga to no...sinabi lang din sa kin ni Google). 











(ABOVE) Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre
The tenth tallest free-standing tower in the world. Unlike other Towers, you have plenty to do here. Sky walk & rides. Nice restaurants on top and ground with plenty of options (Meron din daw Bungee jumping sa itaas nito - syempre alangan naman sa ibaba. Sige subukan mong mag bungee jumping sa baba.)









Most of these buildings and sights can be visited every day with no entrance fee.








Dasanba Street areas...




Malou, Rose, Dolly, Charon, Brenda (Alma took the picture)

Featured Macau Travellers: Brenda & Charon
Photos by Brenda & Charon
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