A Weekend in Macau

Few months ago while I was living in Hong Kong, I went to Macau for a weekend. I have downloaded iDiscover Macau, which is an app with walking routes that allows you to explore cities in Southeast Asia. It's very handy, because you don't need to do anymore research basically and just visit all the points of interests in the app to have a good understanding of what a neighbourhood has to offer. Here is my photo diary of Macau in 2 days.

Day 1 - Tapia Village 

I was staying at The Parisian Macao 
Museum of Taipa and Coloane History
Inside the huuuuuuuge Venetian Resort 
Vintage restaurant where I was eating... 
...this! Supposedly one of their bestsellers. 
The extravagant hotels and casinos are incredible 

Day 2 - St. Lazarus

You can spot a lot of pastel coloured buildings in the former colony of Portugal 
Entrance of Lou Lim Ieoc Garden, where Jackie Chan's Drunken Master's key moments were filmed (!) 
This was once a private garden of local tycoon Lou Kau, a pioneer that brought the first casino to Macau. 
St Michael Cemetry: the oldest Roman Catholic chapel in Macau 
Random picturesque street alley 
Another picturesque view 
Beautiful red, green en yellow building
Many tourists at the iconic Ruins of St. Paul's 
If you are in Macau... you need to visit the super extravagant casinos, eat Portugese egg tart, taste free samples of beef jerky & almond cookies, stroll whole day in the luxurious Venetian and buy nothing, watch an epic love story The House of Dancing Water, and take a picture of one of many pastel coloured buildings with beautiful architecture.