Holiday Inn Macau
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Macau Macau Peninsula
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... we saw all the large casinos coming into view, it was not quite as awe inspiring as the Vegas strip but it was still quite grand to look at. The most impressive hotel was The Galaxy, which was huge and towered over our small hotel that was opposite, leaving ours looking a bit lost and completely overshadowed! Our hotel was fine for us though, and as they say you get what you pay for. However we knew that we would be able to ...
... shops of Kowloon. An Andy Whorl exhibition was on at the exhibition centre so I talked Nathan into a visit there. A lot of his work isn't the best and a bit weird but some I love. I always get a bit star struck seeing iconic pieces of art. Being one of the first major cities to bring in the new year we were expecting big things. We weren't too disappointed although the 7 hours we had to wait to see it took the edge off it slightly plus photos we seen on someone's ...
... it a pleasurable retreat.
The heart of Coloane Village is the central square where several restaurants and the popular Lord Stow’s Bakery can be found. The village itself stretches north to the junk-building yards and the old ferry pier, and south along the waterfront promenade to the Tam Kung Temple, dedicated to the Taoist god of Seafarers. Halfway along the waterfront ...
... for clearing out pirate’s endemic to the area, they were allowed to establish a tiny enclave here. As trade with China grew, so did Macau, which became the principal meeting point between China and the West. However, after the Opium Wars between the Chinese and the British and the subsequent ...
... what kind of moment could that be?
Imagine you are in a car, you have driver, you are with your favorite people in Shanghai heading towards your destination for the night (aka Club at the Bund for the 2012 countdown), you just finished an amazing dinner involving lots of Sake and beer, you are ready to party it up...Suddenly, you see a sea of people heading towards you in every direction, you know there is no way out, the car is not moving, you are not moving, ...