Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Oh My Tarts

Macau Day 2 PM | 29 April 2011

Back at Sands to grab the dinner

Alighted the free shuttle bus to enjoy some last moments at The Venetian

The most enticing bus I've ever taken – with changing colour neon lights
at the interior of the bus

Kids run wild at The Venetian

Bye bye tarts, til we see you again...

Saturday, June 18, 2011


Macau Day 2 PM | 29 April 2011

After our hearty dimsum at Sands, we bid goodbye with my in-laws again and departed for 大三芭 (da san ba) to cover at least one tourist attraction in Macau.

And here are the snippets:

First stop after alighting from the taxi, we took this photo at the main entrance.
I had just googled it to learn that this is called the Senado Square.

While making our way up to the Ruins of St. Paul's, we were distracted by how crowded this store was. It claimed to sell the famous Macau pork chop bun with the endorsements of some korean stars too. With excitement, Andy quickly joined the queue to get the pork chop buns, the egg tarts and the bubble tea.

A total disappointment we must say! I bet 90% of the patrons were all tourists whom were misled by the queue...

Less than 10 minutes later, we reached our destination, the Ruins of St. Paul's.

Snap! Snap! Snap! We took turns to pose, except for Bosco who got too sleepy in his stroller..

Not wanting to end the experience so soon, Andy zoomed to find other 'fulfillment'.

"Look baby! I got you more Portuguese egg tarts! And Gong Cha!!"

The egg tarts from Koi Kei 钜记饼家 were good, but I still prefer the tarts from Choi Heung Yuen 咀香園餅家.

But its Gong Cha was really good. The same bubble tea bought from Singapore was nowhere to be compared to the ones we bought in Macau! Happy, happy, everybody's happy!

Last few shots before we left 大三芭, a little 舍不得, but with kids in tow I think those were the best we could do -_-

Friday, June 17, 2011

Rainy Day, Wynn and Sands

Macau Day 2 | 29 April 2011

A brand new day to dress up the kids *loves*

Chloe has taken 'posing' to a greater height during this trip

Posing at the hotel lobby

I remembered it was raining that morning. So, we flagged a cab and randomly visited a hotel nearby. Someone suggested Wynn Macau. It was a good place to roam, do window shopping and take photographs while waiting for the weather to settle down.

Love these shots of my S, M and L babies at their ferrari boutique

At the 十二生肖 Tree of Prosperity, truly inspiring

The rain had not stopped either when we left Wynn. As hunger kicked in, we regrouped back with the inlaws at Sands to have a good dim sum lunch.

Next on, Da San Ba...

Egg Tarts, Imperial Hotel and Duckie Dishes

OK. What a lousy hiatus in the blog again.
Hope to catch up with more posts this weekend!

Revisiting our Macau/HK holiday back in May...

Day 1 afternoon at The Venetian
Hubby shopped 'til he was granted a free membership at Choi Heung Yuen Bakery 咀香園餅家 . (must buy: egg rolls and egg tarts)

Super yummilicious Portuguese egg tarts

An x-factor to go back to Macau (someday) *droolz*

Posing at The Venetian with its painted sky ceiling..

Then we came back to check-in at the Imperial Hotel,
a pretty good one considering its decent price (wait til u see our hotel in HK)

Again, the children never get too tired to explore :)

After a good hot shower and quick lazing in the room, we proceeded for dinner.
The same restaurant which we just visited in the afternoon...
For everyone love this!!

The one that got everyone went ga-ga!

Even my father-in-law could 不顾形相的 pose for me to confirm!!