It's a cold, grey day in Macau. What should you do with your afternoon? Last Saturday, we escaped the miserable weather by cozying up indoors at the Mandarin Oriental where they just launched their "Afternoon FANtasy". Afternoon tea is huge in Hong Kong thanks to 150 years of British rule, but in Macau it's only … Continue reading Best of Macau: High tea at the Mandarin Oriental
Distance: 8.1km Duration: 2 hours Difficulty: SUPER Easy Directions: See below Macau is so small (36 times smaller than Hong Kong) that you would hardly think there'd be anywhere to properly walk. In a way you can never really escape the city in Macau, but if you want to, Coloane is the place for it. Macau Peninsula on the north also … Continue reading Hiking in Macau: Coloane Trail
Also see An Introduction to Macau, Hiking in Macau: Coloane Trail Last Friday evening, I had one of my best experiences in Macau to date. Actually, this whole weekend was a fantastic mini-holiday what with family dinner, heated pool twilight swims, and the Clash in Cotai II (see my Interview with Manny Pacquiao here). Unlike … Continue reading A perfect evening in Macau: Old Taipa Village
Last Sunday at a media tour I attended, I was able to squeeze in a couple of questions to Fighter of the Decade and Filipino icon Congressman Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao: Excuse my poor video editing skills, it's my first time to try it out on YouTube's editor 🙂 (Let me know if you like it - if … Continue reading An Interview with Manny Pacquiao
Here's a post to celebrate FEARLESS FRIDAYS!! Once upon a time I promised someone in a letter that I would do the Macau Tower jump with him. I never thought that day would come, but it did. Actually, I cheated. I went all the way up there and chickened out of the Bungy, so instead I … Continue reading Macau Tower Jump: Would you do it?
Get your bearings in Hong Kong's favourite playground Macau: where old cobbled streets, temples, and Church ruins meet what many call the “Vegas of the East” with its flashing lights, roulette tables, and vast luxury developments. The tiny territory (only 30km² – Hong Kong is 36 times bigger) became a Special Administrative Region of the … Continue reading An Introduction to Macau
Last Saturday, this woman helped me to kill my body: ...in a good way, of course. It is now Wednesday and I'm still sore from what she made us do in her workshop at Sheraton Macao 4 days ago. Last month, Sheraton Macao invited me to try out their new programme called "Fitness Connection @ … Continue reading Fitness Connection @ Sheraton Macao with Ella Magers