Our Macau trip was a free-and-easy one. There wasn't much planning involved prior landing our feet on this quaint and beautiful piece of historical land. Most friends suggested no planning is necessary as it's very convenient to get around the city by taking shuttle buses. Bus fares are cheap for frequent bus lines.
We took ferry from Hong Kong to Macau at the Hong Kong–Macau Ferry Terminal. From there, we hopped on a bus (make sure you have the right amount of change to pay the bus fare) to reach our accommodation for the following few nights. We walked quite a fair bit not knowing there is actually a bus-stop right in front of Ole London Hotel (澳莱英京酒店).
Ole London Hotel is a very reasonably priced budget hotel which we stayed. Just walking distance away from most of the tourist attractions. Absolutely recommended for those who love to enjoy a little luxury without spending too much on the accommodation.
The dining area. We had buffet breakfast here on the last morning.
Sneak peak of the twin bedroom I kept for no one else but me and myself xD
Very neat and clean bathroom.
After checked-in, we wandered on the streets of Macau to taste some delicious local food.
Shanghai Gold Dumplings (上海金牌小龙) is the restaurant we came across on New Road / Camp Street. Crab meat dumplings and Shanghai spring rolls are their specialty that you wouldn't wanna miss out.
We went in, sat down. The interior was compact but with a homely atmosphere.
I picked a rice set with meat ball, fried egg, steamed veggies and seaweed soup.
I'm guessing this is a pork ribs noodle soup? Sorry, it has been almost half a year and I'm having hard time remembering things outside of work these days.
The juicy and scrumptious steamed dumplings. Yum!!! That's all for today! Enjoy the rest of your Sunday and let's hope for no Monday blue tomorrow?