Lan Kwai Fong Macau

Address: No.230 Rua De Luis Gonzaga Gomes, Macau Peninsula, Macau, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.230 Rua De Luis Gonzaga Gomes, Macau Peninsula, is near Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, Monte Forte (Fortaleza do Monte), Zhuhai Seaside Park, and Pawn Shop Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Macau Peninsula

    It's Christmas I

    A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Dec 28, 2014

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    ... or take, but because gambling is neither of our life’s hobby, we opted not try our luck. Instead, we watched others test fate and, for the most part, lose great sums of money.

    On Sunday, after a night out of taking in the lights, me and Mike decided to head into town and check what remained of the old Portuguese colony. We started in Sintra, which was the center point of town, and made our way up hill to St. Paul’s cathedral and ruins. Aside from the ...

    The end of the trip─Reflection~

    A travel blog entry by biggirlsclub on Apr 23, 2014

    ... because of busy, our trip were delayed until April 4 , when was a holiday of Tomb-sweeping Day.

    Anyway, this trip was successful. We all made wonderful memories with each other.After that meaningful day, we felt tried but we felt much more touching, Macau really is a wonderful place and it is worth to spend our time to explore it .Therefore, this journey was very enrich.

    #happy#one day trip#meaningful#wonderful#tired#relaxed ...

    Last Hurrah and Linkin Park!

    A travel blog entry by emj2013 on Aug 20, 2013

    41 photos

    ... blissfully and easily exploring. It was great to be out of the house, the weather was overcast and still windy from the still present typhoon, but it didn't rain and all was well. We had lunch, wandered the area around the piers and then decided that in order to see the sights and sounds of the city with limited time, we got on to a wonderfully cheesy open-top bus tour and saw the heritage regions of the town. The driver took corners no double decker bus should be able to go ...

    On The Road with Rollie!

    A travel blog entry by baconcutter on Aug 02, 2013

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    ... the Cantonese food over here to be heartier than it is back home? It's no wonder why so many people of my peers
    have moved back here, I think the lifestyle over is quite attractive for the
    younger go getters, especially given the job situation back home.

    think of much to say, anyone else got recommendations for HK or Korea, or
    rather, anyone in HK and Korea that would like to hang out?!! Drop me a

    Fucking Macau!

    A travel blog entry by pringie22 on Aug 18, 2012

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    ... a pool bar, and a huge speaker system and laser show. There were girls everywhere!! The ratio was about 60:40 girls to guys and 90% of them were stunning!

    The drinks prices were about 60 HKD for a beer so we decided to pre-drink for free on the casino floor. We went down and Nick began an hour long lesson on how to play *****, of which 6 of us paid close attention. We kittied together some money and began to watch the chips grow. 5 beers each later, we were in our trunks and ...