Row of stone buddhas draped in yellow cloth at the temple of Wat Yai Chai Mongkol.
-Ayutthaya, Thailand June 2013
Get the best 360 degree view of Macau and gather enough nerve to walk on those glass floors.
Taxis are readily available at the airport, the ferry terminal and hotels, or simply flag one down on a nearby road. Taxis are metered and charge MOP 15 flag fall. There may be a surcharge when travelling between islands.
Buses are frequent and the routes 9A, 18, 23, 26, 32, MT4 will take you to the Macau Tower.
Note: This Macau trip was held last March 2013.
Inhale the stunning view of Macau’s concrete jungle after a heart-stopping climb on the way to the top.
Just a few steps away from St. Paul Ruins is the historic Macau Fortress (sometimes called Monte Forte and Fortaleza do Monte in Portuguese). It has been a silent witness of Macau’s rich colonial past over a hundred years ago and has claimed a spot as one of the the must-see tourist attractions in the country.
Visitors flock to Mount Fortress to see what’s on top and since it’s just a stone throw away from the famed Ruins.
The entire landscape of the park which is covered with lush of trees and patch of green grass was absolutely lovely and totally refreshing to one’s eyes. A morning run along the path or a leisurely walk with your adorable dog would be a perfect activity in this venue.
Wooden benches are also available to provide comfort for every visitor’s tired feet. A good place to relax while enjoying the beautiful scenery below.
Cannons bigger than us and tainted walls heaves an old and historical ambiance that is what the fortress trying to depict.
Perched on top of the hill is the Macau Museum (Museu de Macau in Portuguese). From what I heard, it holds a variety of galleries that features Macau’s traditions, culture and history. Should we have more time, we could have explored what’s inside of this building.
Along with the crisp air that filled my lungs, the view from the top is a glimpse of Macau’s everyday living. Bunch of glorious casinos, gray-colored apartments and an average neighborhood. There’s nothing much to do in the area but I still consider Macau Fortress worth a visit.
From St. Paul Ruins, follow the green post signs leading to the Fortress.
Note: This Macau Trip was held last March 2013.
Salty Hair. Captured in Bolinao, Pangasinan, Philippines.
Priceless. Captured in a surfing site in La Union, Philippines.
Anticipation. Captured in the province of Benguet, Philippines.
Dubbed as the focal point of Hinduism culture in Malaysia, Batu Caves attracts hundreds of visitors a day and more than 1 million guests during Thaipusam, a yearly Hindu festival being strictly observed by the Tamil community.
We took the KTM Komuter since it was the easiest route coming from Kuala Lumpur. The train was spotless and looks relatively new. The seats were like a fusion of a bus and train. It is very spacious too, making our trip to the Batu Caves a lot more conducive.
Get those creative juices flowing as you assemble, build and construct every colorful bricks in this land of Lego.
The world’s most popular construction toy has finally come to Asia. And I’m not saying that it has just been available in the market. Malaysia has been so far the first country in the continent to hold this kind of international theme park.
So, for all those Lego junkies, immerse yourself at the photos below. 🙂
As you enter, you’ll be welcome by a big, spacious souvenir shop christened as The Big Store, it offers a wide selection of Legoland merchandise like toys, bags, DVDs and books. Just get your wallets ready because the prices are a bit costly. Beside the store is the Information Center, where in you can ask for a map to maximize your Lego experience.