Yin Yi Hotel

Address: No.25 Fuhua Road, West District, Zhongshan, Guangdong, 528401, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.25 Fuhua Road, West District, Zhongshan.
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          Day 17 - Macau

          A travel blog entry by jessjauntingjoy on Mar 31, 2015

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          It was an early morning as we wanted to maximize our day trip out of Hong Kong today.

          We started our day just before 8am and went to Fairwood for some breakfast. We then headed to the MTR to catch the subway. We ended up at Sheung Wan station to buy our ferry tickets to Macau. The ferry would only take about an hour to get over to Macau. Macau was a colony of Portugal until 1999.

          Once we arrived, we actually booked a private ...

          China - Macau

          A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 29, 2014

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          ... money from the ATM that gave us one banknote of MOP 500 (HKD (HKD/Hong Kong Dollar:MOP /Macanese Pataca = 1:1). Finally Gonzalo managed to get change for the five-hundred note and we were allowed to get on the bus. Later we realized that nobody was really checking if we paid or not but we thought it was better to be honest.

          When we arrived in a hotel our room wasn´t still ready. Gonzalo and I were a little bit upset because it was already 15.00. We tried to ...

          Reflection of our trip(Thomas)

          A travel blog entry by linhong_emperor on Mar 08, 2014

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          During this trip, we have enjoyed the view of Ruins of St. Paul's, Mount Fortress, Na Tcha Temple as well as Senado Square and all of this impressed us so much. Every attraction had its special points. For example, Ruins of St Pau's had went through a lot of drawbacks and is the most outstanding landmark in Macau. Na cha Temple was small, but it was the holy place where we can feel comfortable and peaceful Mount Fortress also had ...

          Macau by way of Hong Kong

          A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 30, 2013

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          ... to the ferry port to take the one-hour ride on the turbojet to Macau. Our guide passed out the ferry tickets and advised us to be sure to enter with the person we wanted to sit with as they gave seat assignments on the spot. Phil and I found our way to our seats which were a window and aisle seat together. Seemed good at first, but the view from the window was difficult. This is mainly meant to be transportation, not a tourist attraction.

          Observations of an alien...

          A travel blog entry by missfit on Apr 07, 2013

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          ... are willing to work your butt off and can navigate through the porous bureaucracy - there is untold wealth for the taking. There's not much in the way to stop you. The burgeoning middle class here want more and more, and from what I’ve seen they’re getting it. As I've said, there seems to be (this is not a scientific survey!) more luxury, modern and new cars in this city of 3 million than in any city in Australia. In previous decades, it was a common perception of the ...