Besides the grand and luxurious hotels and casinos, two things I like most about my trip to ” The Las Vegas of Asia” are the Ruins of Saint Paul and Macau’s Egg Tart. For sure there are so much more about Macau besides these two, but it was raining hard during that time and I have a flight back to Manila later that night.
From Hongkong,we travel for about an hour and thirty minutes via ferry. As soon as we cleared our way out of the immigration, we took a bus to Senado Square without any specific itinerary but to see the Ruins of St. Paul. It was after all one of the most touristy and and photograph icon in Macau.



Wet look ang peg naming 🙂

We snake around cobbled street of Senado Square visiting some shops and trying out free samples. By the time we reach the Ruins of St. Paul which is a walk from Senado Square, we’re full. Lol.
 We also checked out The Venetian Macau and City of Dreams for some gambling window shopping. 🙂