Jin Yue Hotel

Address: No.111 Zhongshan Frist Road, Shiqi District, Zhongshan, Guangdong, 528400, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.111 Zhongshan Frist Road, Shiqi District, Zhongshan.
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    Travel Blogs from Zhongshan

    A day trip to Macau

    A travel blog entry by sandjtravels on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... built 1602-1640 and destroyed by fire in 1835.
    We gradually made our way back to the bus stop although there were more sites as the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino was calling (for me this was the lure of getting cool again). Macau has some hotels and casinos near the old town but there is a new area called Taipa which is on a near by island. Free buses run from the Macau ferry terminal. My first impression is they are still building it, ...

    Macau, gambling capital of the World

    A travel blog entry by jacquikevin on Jun 10, 2014

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    ... of A-Ma built over 400 years ago in the 16th century. The final stop was the Macau Tower 223m high with great views over Macau and surrounding waterways and islands, where bungee jumping is the thing to do!

    That night we back to our hotel for a meal in the Bistro, then a quick look at Macau at night again before getting a reasonably early night as from the next morning we would be travelling for the next 20 hours, Macau, Hong Kong, Cairns, Brisbane.

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    Guangzhou, Zhongshan to Macau

    A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on May 07, 2014

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    ... Today, the cannons point at the big casinos. From there, we walked by the facade of the church of St Paul, built by the Jesuits in 1559 but destroyed in a major fire 200 years later - only the front is still standing. Walked down through the old town (mad selling of various types of jerky, almond cookies, and Portuguese egg tarts), to the old main square ringed by building that the Portuguese had built, with lovely tiled walks. People who have been to ...

    A day-trip to Macau

    A travel blog entry by emilie.girard55 on May 14, 2013

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    ... in Asia and almost believe that we were wondering the streets of some old European town. A part from the beautiful architecture and monuments, Macau is also known as Asia's largest destination for gambling. According to Wikitravel, Macau's gambling industry is taking in even more revenue than Las Vegas!

    To reach Macau, the easiest way is to take a boat from the Hong Kong Harbor. The trip is approximately 60Km and it takes only an hour to get there. When arriving to ...

    Observations of an alien...

    A travel blog entry by missfit on Apr 07, 2013

    8 photos

    ... ups of the urine stream and his relieved face! No penis, thankfully! Oh, and they absolutely lurve their neon!! This place at night looks like a Christmas extravaganza on steroids! Really, I don’t think they care if the West buys their stuff; the domestic market is sufficient to  sustain the most modest business which, by the way, can open any hours it wants. There are  more than likely some restrictions, but I've yet to see them or learn about them. It just seems that ...