Webster Asia Trip 2015 travel blog

Arriving Macau Terminal

Grand Lapa

Local Cuisine

Rue De Macau

Sands Hotel Desserts

Top of Steps to Ruins

Ruins Facade

Portuguese Style Egg Custard

Macau Museum

Macau Maritime Museum

Macau Tower

Model of Portuguese Style Church (in museum)

Macau is a special administrative region of China. It was a former Portuguese colony until 1999. We visited the famous St. Paul's Church ruins which is a remnant from a church fire in the 1800s. We were able to visit some world class museums with lots of cultural exhibits and shows. Macau has a strong economy and is constantly developing new projects. During our guided tour of Macau, we saw many other tour groups being led by guides speaking different languages. We were fortunate to get tickets to the "House of Dancing Water" which is a water based production featuring gymnasts, dancers, and acrobats. It is a very professionally done production that uses many props such as technology, larger-than-life video screens, water fountains, and showcases the strength and ability of the performers. I would fly into Macau just to see this one show!

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