Macau Day trip

August 29, 2017 Macau

Taking a day trip to Macau was so easy! We took the highspeed boat from Hong Kong to Macau. You have to bring your passport with you on this journey.

It takes about 1 hour to get there. We did not have to make a reservation in advance.

Once, we arrived in Macau, it was a quick line at the Passport Control and we took the bus to take us to the city centre. 

The buses in Macau are cheap and it runs frequently. We stopped at Senado Square. From there we started our walk to find the sites in Macau.
We stopped by St. Dominic's Church. I love that this church is painted yellow. I have never seen such a colourful church before.
After the church visit, we kept walking until we reached the Ruins of St. Paul. The church burned down and the only remains are the facade and the stairway. It is the most famous and most photographed landmark in Macau!


  1. That's so awesome you have a popular travel destination just an hour away! I see these popular ruins on a lot of travel blogs as well. It looks like it would be even more impressive in person.

  2. It's convenient to have HK and Macau so close to each other.

  3. Macau looks like it has some amazing architecture! I actually haven't heard much about Macau before. A lot of people I know have visited Hong Kong, but they never mentioned Macau so it hasn't been on my radar. It's so interesting that the architecture looks so Romanesque rather than Asian!

    1. Yes, I felt like I was in Europe because of the architecture of the buildings.

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