Taipa Day 1

19 Mar

Today is the day I came to Hong Kong and then to Macau.

I arrived in HK airport, no makeup, wearing sleeveless and shorts. But I don’t feel cold at all. Although its quite strange for me to be the only one wearing like that, but I don’t care 😛


An overview of the airport thingy~

Chinese Ad

The Octopus card essential for transport 🙂

I called a few friends and I was quite surprised that Pighead sounded so man on phone… perhaps it was so long since I chatted with him on phone, so LOL

The view from train towards town and arriving at Central, which is different from the TV shows that I watched LOL

In the ferry to Macau, it was a tired journey, walking with 4inches wedges and carrying the luggage, damn heavy, about 30kg, all inside, majority, Kaya, Pandan cake and Yakult + Bah Kut Teh LOL

We took a taxi to this place, which resembles Malacca with the Portuguese feel

I recognised this guy who is a food expert in HK 🙂

The street view, it was awesome, cool air, artistic feel..


I saw a stall selling sausages and….

Pork Chop Bun~!~
Pighead no.1 told me must go and eat, and I DID IT~!~!

We went to this authentic Portuguese cafe or something for our dinner~

The interior of the place is quite homely yet special for me ~

Foodies and drinks for the nite~

Apple cocktail~

Irish Coffee~

Dessert, bread pudding and something else I forgot, but its an ice cream thingy~

Fried Pork Knuckle~

Travel mate, Lao Niang and Rila 😀

Charming dark alley, I was too mesmerized by the charm, I suddenly fell down on the road and brushed my knee on the road surface T_T

This is a charming alley stairs as well 😀

Postbox in Macau

We walked into a souvenir shop in Taipa and know this owner, Marco, he’s so nice!

He let us access his wifi and helped us with walking around and even send us to some shopping center 😀 He’s a Shanghainese who grew up in Macau and studied in Taiwan University! And he knows who is Namewee! AWESOME!

Marco and us parted here 😀

And we went here for shopping~

I love cold weather~ Makeup don’t smudge !

The interior of the shopping place feels like Genting~

Saw this at one of the shops, interesting, and convincing! Cotton Candy~

That’s it for now, tomorrow going to the “real Macau” island to explore~ 😀

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