I went to Macau and Hong Kong in Jun 06. This is my second visit to Macau. The first one was umpteen years ago. Macau has undergone plenty of changes. Still quite a fair bit of conservation is done on some of the historical buildings and I find the Portuguese style arhitecture to be quite interesting.
(1)Dynasty Wharf(2)East Meets West(3)Legend Wharf
East Meets West is a children entertainment and functional area which includes a mixture of F&B outlets, multi-functional live show venues, convention and exhibition facilities, various family rides, all set in a uniquely themed environment which incorporated both Eastern and Western cultural elements.
On the 58/F Observation Lounge, there's the glass floor. Looking down as you walk on the floor made me dizzy.
We waited for a while before the crowd there dispersed before deciding to try the Sky Walk. Still as you can see, the other curious visitors there followed us around.....haha.
It was said that this famous shop makes and sells more than 300 pork chop buns per day. It was pretty good except that perhaps when we were there (around 4pm) the buns were I 'm guessing not cooked to order but produced in bulk, (think around 3pm) and so the pork chops were not piping hot as I would like it to be. Ironically, located diagonally accross the road from this shop was a MacDonald's....quite an interesting contrast.
Another historical site not to be missed would be the St Paul's Cathedral Ruins.
There you'll also find generous shop owners stuffing into your hands the local tibits or asking you to sample the BBQ meats.
Of course while in Macau, you gotta visit the casinos even if you don't gamble.
Here's me outside one of the casino.....feels like a Pharoah....