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Black maxi dress, Calvin Klein blazer, Bershka satchel, Doc Martens shoes
Outfit for the last half a day in Macau before I took the ferry towards Hong Kong. Macau is an interesting place in my opinion. Different from what I thought it would be. I thought it would be a quiet place with a few local landmarks but it was considerably happening and pretty crowded along the streets of San Ma Lo. I would want to go back there for the egg tarts, its really awesome.

macau photo diary

This was how I spent my 2 days in Macau. Indulging in their local Portuguese-Chinese pork chop & egg tarts. Their egg tart beats Singapore’s hands down. Its sweet, soft and its crust is so crispy…Heaven! We visited the usual must-go-to in Macau such as St. Paul’s ruins, St. Dominic’s church, Senado Square, the Venetian and roamed around the streets of shops at San Ma Lo. Although I’m legal to visit the casino there, we didn’t enter due to the tight schedule to visit other places. The weather then was similar to Singapore’s, just less humid with slightly cooler breeze compared to the scorching one here. I’ve had some fun trying to pronounce Portuguese street names. We also squeezed in some time for a visit to Zhuhai as well which I will blog about very soon. Anyways, happy December! x


Lei Ho Mou! I’m now in Hong Kong. Was at Macau for the past 2 days. The trip has been leg-aching and it’s really making me grow fat but I’m enjoying it! (I’ll exercise harder when I return) I’m staying over at a guesthouse in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. Though it’s a little squeezy & not-used-to, they’ve got wifi so I’m able to do a short post, check my twitter & facebook and upload my little snaps taken here on Instagram all through the handy iPhone! x