Macau

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Took a ferry to Macau on the third day, I have mixed feelings about that place. I don't like that it's very gloomy, it's not bustling and lively like Hong Kong, there were very few people walking on the streets. Perhaps the journey on the bus didn't show us the touristy and fun side of Macau, but the streets looked somewhat depressing. No exciting bright lights or shops. But we saw this beautiful church at the peak of a hill that looked amazing.

We tried casino-hopping by walking at first but there were just too many of them and the distance between each was getting further and further so we took a shuttle from Sands to the Venetian. Despite all that gloom, when we entered the Cotai Strip, it was entirely a different story. Bright lights, magnificent hotels, it was kinda like an Asian Las Vegas.

Definitely want to go back there again and stay at one of those hotels at the strip. The lights and ambience is indeed alluring.

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