City of Dreams Grand Lisboa Macau Senado Square St. Paul Cathedral Ruins Venetian Hotel
Macau 2013: Venetian Hotel + Famous Landmarks
PHOTO DIARY- Finally, I was able to finish 77 photos of our Macau adventure. I love sharing beautiful photos here in Blogspot than sharing it on Facebook. We spent our Day 4 in Macau, arrived 9 something to eat brunch and also to get ready for an hour trip via Cotai Strip. Macau offers so many beautiful places and attractions that travelers should never be missed. Macau is just so beautiful and magical, at night, the vibrant Casinos resonate glamour and wonders. Sadly that we don't have enough time to stroll at night.
My brunch from KFC. Para siyang pagkain ng may sakit. Kaloka!
Entrance of The Venetian Hotel
It is easy to get to The Venetian Macao Hotel. The most common and fastest would be via the Cotai Airport, guest who will arrive at the airport can board any of the free Venetian shuttle buses like what we did. Wooooo!
The Venetian Hotel is a luxury and casino resort. It's like Resort's World Manila in the Philippines. It is a unique huge complex comprising of hotel, shopping, restaurants, attractions, and casino. Inside the hotel is perfection. I really love the ceiling and structural design.
Beautiful Venetian's Ceiling Mural.
Hall entrance leading to the Casino area.
One of the highlights of your visit to The Venetian Hotel would be the Gondola ride. Charisma and I decided not to ride to save time. Our precious time. haha. The indoor artificial sky that one would see on the way leading to the Grand Canal would sure anyone's breath away. I was amazed by the design of this hotel. Really impressive! I guess it's something you can't miss if you visit Macau.
Hey Charisma. How are you? haha
The Gondola ride
Beautiful structural design. It can be an inspiration...
Beautiful Lights. Ganda mag-OOTD here. haha
oh my! I want this Jacket from Bauhaus.
Hello! HAHAHA. Super funny shop. Landi since 1989.
Like one in McKinley Hill, Taguig :)
Had the best time here in Macau after seeing Venetian hotel, we could have enjoyed spending the whole day of our trip in playing at the casino and OOTD shoots but we needed to move to our next destination. Macau's famous landmarks, The Saint Paul Cathedral and Senado Square.
After my OOTD shoot in Venetian Hotel, we went straight to City of dreams to take free shuttle bus going to Macao to visit St.Paul Cathedral ruins.
Central Post Office
St. Paul Ruins
The Cathedral of Saint Paul in Macau used to be the largest Cathedral in Asia but was destroyed in the year 1835. What remains today is only its magnificent facade known for its size and carved details.
Pre-nuptial shoot. Awwww!
Grand Lisboa Hotel
Just at the back of the ruins of Saint Paul Cathedral is the little Museum. It's for free! Here are some photos inside the museum,
Pasalubong! Cheaper here compare to Mongkok, Hongkong. Why?? haha
Senado Square is one the famous landmarks in Macau. Sobraaang Init that time but I was amazed by beautiful architectural tradition like St. Dominic's Church, Leal Senado, Holy House of Mercy etc. We followed passageways and saw a lot of food shops. Grabe! Medyo mahal. haha. After our quick trip in Macau, we went back to Hongkong for another night of shopping :)
It was such a full day of exploration ans I was so tired that time, but it was great! Thank you so much for checking my Macau adventure. I just wish that I can go back in Macau to visit more places. Thank you to those Filipinos who helped us!