13 Jun Macau Has It All: Casino, Shopping and Eateries
IN THOUSANDS of global travel destinations, Macau is not as popular as Paris, London or Tokyo. But, that doesn’t mean Macau doesn’t have any attractions. People say, don’t know then don’t love! In fact, for tourists who have been to Macau, they must be aware that this destination is full of interesting places, including suitable for Muslim tourists. You must be bored if you are always online gambling Malaysia. There are entertainment locations, there are ‘shopping’ places, there are beautiful scenery, there are historical places and most importantly it is colorful at night.
In short, it is quite complete, suitable for those who are still ‘single’ or who are already married! It is no exaggeration to say that Macau is a Muslim -friendly tourist destination. So, Muslims should not hesitate to visit there because the facilities for them are already available there.
If you want to know, Macau is close to Hong Kong and it is divided into three provinces, namely the Macau peninsula, Taipa Island and Coloane Island.
The fun thing is, you don’t have to take a long vacation here because Macau is not very large, it’s very easy to explore all three regions.
Macau Has It All!
No need to go far to Las Vegas in the US if you want to feel the atmosphere of a gambling city. In Macau, tourists can spend time at the casino with a Las Vegas -style atmosphere. Let’s take a peek! Macau is a special island for legal gambling. Here, there are hundreds of casinos that you can visit. I managed to visit Grand Lisboa, one of the largest casinos in Macau.
I also imagined Daniel Craig wearing a tuxedo, and short hair, playing casino here. The atmosphere created here is mysterious but still romantic. Unfortunately, I can’t take photos of the atmosphere inside. Apart from gambling, Macau also has a side of beauty that has to do with history. The Portuguese came to this area in the 16th century and lived here for a long time. The Portuguese remains can still be seen from many sides such as the name of the street here. Western-style buildings can still be seen in Macau such as St. Paul’s Church and other forts.
Macau is an example of a mix between China and Portugal that produces stunning scenery. The main transportation there is buses. So, wherever you go, you can be taken by bus. Although not many, there are still some cars and motorcycles. Most of the people here live in apartments. What is interesting about the streets here is the small alley. The alleys here are very thick with Spanish style. You will not realize you are in Asia while exploring the streets here. I had a chance to visit a beautiful park. There is a statue of Vasco da Gama. This garden is perfect for taking pictures, relaxing, or just chatting. If you want a holiday in April-May, prepare an umbrella because it is often raining. Macau also has many shops and food stalls. They sell a variety of food, snacks and soft drinks. Not to be missed, the price is also very cheap! One of the most beautiful times to enjoy Macau is at night. The twinkling lights from the building and the street were beautiful. Coupled with the atmosphere like in Europe. Indeed, Macau is the paradise of Asia.