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Honestly, I still miss the hotel room a lot T3T. Highly recommended for those who gonna visit Macau. Sheraton and Conrad Hotel is comfortable.
A few more stops to drop by before we going back to Malaysia.
Macau Tower Bungee Jump!
First stop, the famous Macau Tower and the location for the world’s highest bungee jump. A freaky 233 drop.
It was early so it’s rather quiet.
Haze from China 🙁
MonsterMiao VS Salted Egg Man
My best travel mates ever.
An interesting sign I found on the glass of the tower. XD
Another floor up is an semi open deck.
Quite a cozy place to chill out.
Yes, this is where people pay one and half thousand to jump down from a tower. And it only takes 4 seconds to reach the bottom.
If you have no money, I provide free jumps without gears. XP Only from Miao XD
You can opt for the skywalk which is cheaper and less scary.
See! even kids join the fun.
but still it is very tall. O_O
Our Chingy here is the weird one.
And in a blink of eye…
she signed up.
See how happy she is. XD
Crazy Dragon Chingy.
This is the machine that gonna save the jumper’s life.
The best way to enjoy a friend experiencing suicide…is with a coke..not coca cola but..
Love the design of the bottle 😀
and here she goes…
burning RM300 each second down. XP
Post jump interview:
Me: How is it?
Chingy: Okay okay only. Not that scary. I wanna go other place and jump.
Me: . . . . . . . . crazy.
*put the crazy Chingy a side* It’s time for Lunch!!
Miramar Portuguese Restaurant
Last Portuguese meal before we leave.
Olive!! I don’t like it hahahaah
The girls love it tho.
Salted Fish Mashed Potato. Like salted fish, it goes well with rice.
Salad! …with olives.
tomatoes, carrots, onions yay!!
olive …nay hahaha…
I believe this is beef. I don’t eat beef. Allergy.
Roasted piglet. Poor piglet, didn’t even had the chance to attend kindergarden.
I’m not really a pork person either hahaha..
OMG OMG!!! CRABS SALAD!!!!
a little sour tho because of olive =.= but still CRABS!!
I thought this will be favorite dish until..
this showed up. Seafood Porridge!!
Fish, Prawns….CRABS !!! OMG CRABS!! CRABS!!!!
One spoonful and you feel like you’re doing mud bath with seafood. Yums!!!
Can I have this for breakfast everyday? XP
Fruit Punch to end the meal.
We’re sooo full after the lunch, can barely move. What more to say about putting another spoon of food into our mouth.
That’s what we thought. Then the tour guide told us she’s bringing us for Portuguese Tart.
What?? Heavenly Portuguese Tart!!!!!!??
What is “full”? No such word existed in my dictionary before. Lol lol
and off we went.
Located near Taipa, the Lord Stow’s Bakery. Freshly made Portuguese tarts! I bought like a dozen of it.
Portuguese Tart has always been one of my favorites. I don’t eat any other tarts beside portuguese tart.
So how could I wait any longer, right?
I took a bite straight after getting my tarts.
It’s Fabulous!! I think I can finish the whole one dozen on my own.
I think I had fall in love with the Portuguese tart. <3 Miss it soo much right now while blogging this.
Taipa Houses Museum
Last stop of the day and the trip, the Taipa Houses. These houses used to be the admin offices during Portuguese colonization time. Glad they maintained and well kept the place. Now they are all museums and galleries. I think it would work great as cafe or restaurant too. hehehe
It’s quite a famous location for the locals to take wedding photos. That day we bumped into 3 different pairs/groups. And most of them looks very young, younger than me. In my cat opinion.
Why you all get marry so soon?? Even my readers are getting married one by one. O_O
You can see from the photo bus it’s actually drizzling and I took the photos in the rain. LOL
Just for you all. See how nice I am. XD So please comment, like and share my post. 😛
After lurking around for a while, we were sent back to the airport. Good Bye Macau!
Well that’s end of my trip to Macau. 😀 Check out my other Macau post if you haven’t.
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If you’re interested in Macau, feel free to book your tickets now at AirAsia
and if you need data when you’re there, do check out TuneTalks Data plan. They have a few plans for you to choose from as Macau’s own operator data is actually rather pricey.
Beside of the good pricing from Tune Talk, you can actually use the balance when you’re back in Malaysia, not wasting the money. XD
Thank you Macau Tourism, AirAsia and Tunetalk for this amazing trip! ^v^
Stay tune for more trips. Coming up next:
:: Cycling in the forgotten state of Malaya, Kelantan ::
:: Roadtrip across the Lost Kingdom of Sarawak ::