Crown Towers At City Of Dreams
Travel Blogs from Macau Peninsula
... kitty corner from the Sir Robert Ho Tung Library, which was a beautiful library inside of an old building, but the back was a modern remodeled garden for reading; it was really amazing, and we stayed to read some English magazines for maybe half an hour.
... the former Portuguese enclave of Goa contributes delicious spicy prawns.
Other Macanese favorites include casquinha (stuffed crab), porco balichao tamarind (pork cooked with tamarind and shrimp paste), minchi (minced beef or pork with potatoes, onions and spices), and baked rice dishes made with cod, prawns or crab. Macanese desserts include pudlim, which is basically ...
... up the Pearl River to Canton and return with tea, silk and porcelain for export around the world.
Chinese shop houses, Portuguese style offices, small temples and a former firecracker factory share the narrow streets and alleyways of this bustling and colourful village. Hanging flower baskets and old fashioned street lamps make it an appealing place to stroll, and the ...
... they are just at the beginning of the city’s bid to become Asia’s leading arts and conference destination, an aim underpinned, of course, by ever more gaming tables.
Beyond the neon gaming halls, Macau offers the visitor a captivating mix of historic Chinese and Portuguese influences.
... by girls seeking husbands, woman wanting children, students taking exams, people going to casinos... Those little shrines are all over Macau and all of them had incense and lamps burning.
Even though we only went for a day trip to Macau, it felt good and we want to come back here as there are still some places we want to visit. It will be a nice 'European break' after a couple of months in ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Saya tidak masuk Crown Towernya, hanya keliling di City of Dreamnya. Sangat menakjubkan. Sangat berkelas dan luxury.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.