Well, after my few day trips to Macau this year, I'm afflicted to roasted pork from Macau, to my horror! I'm really not a pork person! This is contrary to the taste buds of many Chinese, I must admit. Roasted pork is not a new item either. It's prevalent in Singapore and for most part, a snack one must have during the Chinese New Year. In fact, roasted pork … more
Do not leave Macau without visiting this bakery! Yum!!! What do you fancy? Egg rolls, almond cookies, calamary, roasted pork, peanut candies or Portuguese tart? Yes, all can be had under one roof! Boy, I sound like an advertiser, LOL... My sister went … more
It opens its door to visitors just over a month ago and yet its spa business is thriving so much so you ought to make your appointment before arrival or check-in! By far the most expensive hotel in the newly opened Galaxy World, a gigantic complex comprising of 3 mega hotels, the Banyan Tree, Okura from Japan & the Galaxy very own hotel. Personally, I prefer Banyan Tree … more
Macau International Airport is one of the cheapest and most convenient to fly into from other parts of Asia. Many budget airlines also fly here and there are equally direct access to China and Hong Kong from thereon. For an international airport, its small size and location within the city center mean one can go in and out of the city with the least time wasted on land transportations! I love it!
Stayed here again some 2 weeks ago. Check-in is darn slow and truly tested my patience. We booked through the phone about half an hour before arrival for a spa package (with rooms included, MOP 2500++) and yet the reception couldn't find the reservation! Concierge, Randy, was great and helpful. Room was spacious and nice as with the Spa services. However, TV and broadband were not working well and … more
Opulent, elegant and massive, Four Seasons Hotel in Macao is one of the most luxurious accommodation in the world's capital of the gaming industry. Like any Four Seasons in the world, FS Macao embodies the finest of living and entertainment. It boasts some 360 guest rooms (over 80 of which are suites) and 5 swimming pools (which I happened to like very much, though I didn't swim when I was … more
Grand Hyatt, Crown and Hard Rock Hotels are 3 hotels that comprise the City of Dreams in Macau; newest entertainment and gaming block in Macau. We stayed at Grand Hyatt this week and Sands Macao last weekend. The rooms are much bigger and better for value in Sands Macao although Grand Hyatt is newer. For the same room rate, one gets a suite in Sands Macao while merely a room in Grand Hyatt. Location … more