Spending Two Perfect Days In Macau – Forbes Travel Guide Stories


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Macau Known as the Las Vegas of the Far East, it’s easy to see why. The Macau Peninsula and the Kutai Strip (a piece of land returned between the islands of Taipei and Kolana) are filled with some of those luxury casinos and hotels right along the Strip in Sin City. You name it, they have it – there is the Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip; Mandarin Oriental, Macau; Venice Macau Resort; MGM Macau; And both Wayne and Macau again.

And in 2015, we also planned to see the famous Eiffel Tower on the Macau Strip of Macau. Thanks to Las Vegas Sands Corp., Paris Macau will glorify the city’s popular tourist area. Then in 2016, hotel mogul Steve Wayne will bring Wayne Palace to the Kotai Strip with Wayne Diamond to follow him as a second part of his $ 9 billion project.

But even with all this development happening and close to the $ 45 billion that generated revenue from games last year, there is so much more to do in Macau than just throwing time (and pataka) at the control table. After discovering much of what Macau has to offer, the editors of the Forbes Tour Guide have created a two-day itinerary full of fantastic accommodations, delicious food to savor and tons of tours and fun along the way.

One Day

Going to hell in Macau starts with knowing where to stay. So be sure to book a room in the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Conrad Macau, Kotai Central. The hotel is centrally located in the middle of the Kotai Strip (and within Sands Kotai Central, whose other assets include Forbes Travel Guide 4-star Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central and Sheraton Macao Hotel Cotai Central) and is about five minutes from Macau International Hotel. Airport.


Conrad Macau, Kotai Central

You will want to stay in Conrad’s magnificent 1,119 sqm suite. Its luxurious interior is equipped with dark wood, sofas with deep purple and brown velvet cushions, wallpaper with a texture decorated with butterflies and birds, a king-size bed with a silk headboard, and the cutest little Conrad teddy bear. In gold-black, a souvenir pillow and other highlights in the suite include a Nespresso coffee machine, a tea machine with Harney & Sons tea packs, a round marble bathtub with a flat-screen TV, and vegan toiletries by Tara Smith and the prestigious Shanghai Tang.

Another option is the Forbes five-star tour guide Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Kutai Strip, Which is opposite Conrad. Rejoice in the beauty (expect to see lavender roses in the lobby and spectacular contrast of oriental furniture meets west everywhere – from an oriental-style console table set in front of a mustard screen to a luxurious European staircase that welcomes you on arrival), service (staff knows exactly what you need: order an omelet and spice Your favorite will be served on the side without you even asking. How does the staff know what items you want with your eggs? It just knows. Separate yoga with Pilates and Kinesis equipment).

To make the most of your time in Macau, take a walk in the Shoppes in Cotai Central, Shoppes at Four Seasons and Shoppes at Venetian, which can be accessed from Conrad, Four Seasons Macao or The Venetian without even having to go out. Of the appropriate assets. Among the more than 600 duty-free shops, jump to places like Bershka for contemporary women’s and men’s fashion, Kee Wah Bakery for delicious moon cakes and rice chairs, and Chao Sang Sang for her character-inspired jewelry like Hello Kitty Crystal – and necklaces, rings and bracelets in gemstone plating . You will also find the usual brands, such as L’Occitane, Swarovski, Burberry, Prada and Hermes.

After spending a lot of time and money shopping, take a bite to eat nearby. Go to the Northern Restaurant (located on Level 1 of the Shoppes in Cotai Central) for its traditional Chinese meal from the Sichuan and Dongbei regions. Chef Jeff Chang and his staff work around the clock in an open kitchen – the 234-seat restaurant is open 24 hours a day – to create homemade dishes like noodles and dumplings from Beijing. Once filled, you must try a popular dessert for the Beijing family: fried bananas. If you do not want bananas, Chang will happily whip you apples or fried strawberries alongside a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

From there, take a 30-minute taxi ride to check out several places – Macau’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – around the city, including the ruins of St. Paul’s, which at one time served as the first church of the Jesuit College in China. Destroyed in a huge fire in 1835, What is left of the 17th century establishment is a carved stone façade resembling a cathedral.Tourists come to admire its beauty, and you can find many locals doing the same.We saw a young couple taking wedding photos near the façade of the religious monument.

Another must-see site is the A-Ma Temple located about 15 minutes (by taxi) from the ruins of St. Paul. Built in 1488, it attracts many people who want to pray to the gods and some temples within the four-level complex. Taoist Temple, this sacred place is dedicated to the sea goddess Mazu, and there are several other pavilions that honor different deities. Whether you are a spiritual person or not, walking through the incense-filled structure will cause you to do ritualistic things like throwing a few coins into a copper basin filled with water and then placing your hands in the bowl before rubbing them on each one. Side pelvic handles. It has been said that if water “jumps” from rubbing the handles, you will have a prosperous future. And according to the story, the higher the H2O, the richer you will be.

After leaving the temple, take a few steps to Barra Square to pick up some postcards detailing landmarks like the Macau Tower (more on that below) for your friends at home. The cobbled streets are crowded with hawkers selling ice cream (try Mae Dick’s homemade mango, melon, coconut and mint flavors) and souvenirs that will entice you to spend some time before ending your first day with dinner at the Forbes Travel Guide Four Star Vida Rica Restaurant and Bar Located within a five star Mandarin Oriental, Macau.

After a tour, return to your hotel room to take a shower and then change into one of your favorite little black dresses or a button-down shirt, jacket and pants. When you are finished in Pargan, hop in the taxi and cross the Sai Van Bridge to reach it Mandarin Oriental, Macau. After a 10-minute taxi ride to the luxury property, he took the elevator to the second floor and was immediately swept away by the beautiful view of the South China Sea and Lake Nam Van through the floor-to-ceiling of the restaurant. Windows.

Once you get to your table, they will bring you a salty shame-shame like a lobster mousse with lobster eggs accompanied by avocado sauce and a crab tartare with crispy artichoke served with vanilla syrup. Next, a basket full of warm tomato focaccia, baguettes and brown seed seeds will come out. But what is even more interesting for the palate is the selection of homemade butter that comes in flavors like chili, lemon and salty. For a first course, order the squid ink risotto with seared scallops, prawns and chorizo ​​sausage (similar to chorizo) before pampering your sweet tooth in the summer-summer pastry shop. This delicious dish of raspberry chantilly with lychee and raspberry sits in a ball of white chocolate and is served next to the table with a hot berry sauce. Surrounded by strawberries, raspberries and blueberries, scrape off a clean plate before finishing your meal with other treats brought to your table through the cart, like chocolate macaroon or mango marshmallows.

Stuffed and sleepy, enjoy the taxi ride back to your hotel on the Cotai Strip as the ride back on the Sai Van Bridge at night allows a view of the city as it dazzles with all its illuminating lights. And after you have jumped from place to place today at a steady pace, you will want to rest on a good night because tomorrow is going to be another day full of activity.


Holiday Inn Macau Kotai Central


If you’ve traveling with kids in tow, start your day with Shrekfest, a vibrant interactive breakfast that offers everything from waffles to dim sum while surrounded by Shrek, Fiona and a bunch of other DreamWorks characters like Puss in Boots, Kung Fu. Panda and more. This entertaining DreamWorks experience at the Cotai Strip Resort allows you to take pictures with these mischievous creatures while you dine. If you are staying in Sheraton Macau, Holiday Inn Macau Kotai Central Or Conrad, all you have to do is order the DreamWorks Experience package. Otherwise, you can find out about spending time with Alex the Lion from Madagascar And the rest of the group by visiting the DreamWorks Experience counter at Paradise Gardens inside Sands Cotai Central. (Quick tip: Before you leave the property for your next destination, be sure to pack a small bag with change of clothes – aim for casual chic – for dinner later.)

Continue to the party and return to the Sai Van Bridge to reach the Macau Tower. Your task while it is simple: Take the elevator up to the observation deck of the 61st floor and connect for the rest of your life. Either you decide to bungee jump 765 feet or you choose Skywalk X and walk around the outer rim of the tower with nothing to hold on to except your prayers to please-do not let-me-fall-outside the god of this building. No matter which one you choose, your heart will beat, and when it’s all over and done, you’ve definitely earned yourself some quality R&R time.

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Wayne Macau

So hop in the cab and head to the five-star Forbes Travel Guide The spa at Wynn Macau, Which is about 10 minutes away from the Macau Tower. The sophisticated temple has just been given a new look by property owner Roger Thomas (who serves as senior vice president of design for Wynn’s design and development). With Thomas’ meticulous attention to detail, the renovated space has shades of gold, cream and caramel throughout, in addition to silk wall cladding, refreshing lime woodwork and elegant lanterns. Relax with a 90-minute McCann massage or a two-hour Deluxe Caviar facial in one of the 14 well-equipped treatment rooms. Thomas also made his mark on the five stars hotelThe deluxe and Grand Deluxe rooms (pictured here are grass fabric wall coverings and artwork by Georgia O’Keefe) as well as its one and two-bedroom suites (complete with cozy sofas made just for Wayne).

Now that you’re properly pampered, indulge in a five-star dinner at the Forbes Travel Guide Wing Lay in Wynn Macau. Get excited about the impressive flying dragon (made from 90,000 Swarovski crystals) in the restaurant’s main dining room and continue to be pleasantly surprised throughout the night with every Cantonese dish that head chef Chan Tak Kwang and his staff prepare. Try a crispy smoked chicken tea or steamed Macau sole in soy sauce while sipping from any of Wing Lei Signature’s tea blends (we love popular flavors like Hangzhou Pre-Spring Dragon Well and Aloeswood Aroma).

With only 48 hours to spend in this culture-rich city, you will not want to leave. But if you have to, rest assured that this two-day hiking trail will cover you wonderfully for fun in more than one way.

Photos courtesy of The Venetian Macau, Hilton Worldwide, Holiday Inn Macau and Wynn Resorts Holdings LLC


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