How are you all? I am so lethargic these days, don’t how am I gonna past through this week 😫 . So I thought of doing something productive today and hence a blog post about my Day 2 in Macau. If you guys haven’t checked the first post go check now here is the link which is the first post of the Hong Kong Travel series 🙂 .
Okay so on the second day our agenda was to go for the Gondola ride which was the main attraction of our hotel! Yes we stayed at the Venetian and it has this Venice theme going on. What is Venice famous for? Gondola ride duh! 😋 So as soon we were done with our breakfast (first and last decent breakfast thereafter it was just bread bread and bread) we headed for our Gondola ride! It starts by 10:30-11 and we were the first one to reach there so we didn’t have to stand in the queue! Cuz once we were back from our ride there was a one hour long queue already and the gondola ride was for 10-15mins!
Then we kept our luggage in the cloak room at the hotel itself and checked out and headed for the Macau Tour.
The main attractions oft Macau are the hotels hotels and hotels and 99% of the hotels provide free shuttle service to the other hotels. Just hop on any bus and get down to whichever hotel you want. So our first stop was Wynn Palace which was one of the newest hotels in Macau. Their were beautiful flower art installations, huge ass mirrors wherever you look, fancy tiles plus there was a mini ropeway ride which would take you around the hotel and you could see Water Show from the top.
Again we hopped on some random hotel bus and were off to another hotel and this went on till 3-4 hotels. Every hotel has some special shows or so going on for FREE (to attract the tourists). And every hotel will have stores, some will have combination of budget+luxury while others will have just luxury stores! Wynn Palace suppose had Chanel, Salvatore Ferragamo etc.
Our last Stop was Macau Sky Tower where there were activities like SkyWalk, Bungee Jumping. It’s the exact copy of Auckland Sky Tower. You can find all the details here.
The main attraction of Macau is the Dragon Laser Show but the tickets were sold out well in advance (3 months) so if you are planning for a trip to Macau keep this in my mind.
Once we were done with all of the above we hopped on to some random bus again, ok no we confirmed if it’s going to The Venetian, that’s where our luggage was. We picked our luggage reached the ferry terminal and we were off to Hong Kong!
Will share my Hong Kong Travel bits in the other post!
Till then, Ciao