Yes, we spent our third day in Macau. So the day started with us heading to the harbour and boarding the ferry to Macau itself. Note though, this post is going to be more picture heavy because: 1) Many things are said better in pictures and 2) I’m writing another short on the side, nothing to do with Hong Kong.
We landed in Macau about an hour later. Our itinerary in Macau was mostly on a tour bus so I’m just going to let the pictures do most of the speaking from this point forward.
Ruins of St. Paul
Ma Zu Temple
It was definitely crazy hot that day so I was quite grateful that we spent most of the tour indoors or in the bus. It was really interesting trying out the Portuguese-style foods within Macau though, it was like a fusion between that and the Chinese food that we know.
Portuguese Egg Tarts were AMAZING there. We got a dozen just to eat on the bus and back in the hotel. Seriously, if I could invent or if there was an invention that would transport these egg tarts back to Singapore and still have them taste exactly the same, I would’ve bought home a crate of those. (Buttery flaky pastry and soft egg custard yum!)
We had dinner at one of the shopping malls near the Harbour, mum dubbed the place the “Paragon” in Hong Kong before we got back to the hotel. Interesting time today, wonderful experience to come next week!
Next week: DISNEYLAND! (ULTIMATE TAG: RAVEN SILVERS)