Meet cousin n family at Fu Lin dimsum, we order quite a lot since there’s about 9 of us. Everyone was so full, but i still prefer dao xiang dim sum. Did think of going Tim Ho Wan, but maybe not that good idea to let them queue in early morning.
After dimsum, we took a cab to the ferry terminal, it’s not that far away. Oh ya, HK taxi can fit 5 person. So, sometimes we would take cab instead of mtr. The mtr is very convenient, just that it is tiring for elder people to climb staircase.
The Ferry terminal is crowded with people, we spend some times to queue before able to get the 2 way ferry tickets for 5 of us. Advice: dont buy open tickets.
Cousin n his family will go to Macau as well, but they decided to go a bit later since they will be staying one night in Macau and fly back from Macau. For us, it just a half day trip, we will be staying in HK, so it’s better for us to depart earlier. Ferry journey took about an hour, there’s no chopping on passport in HK & Macau nowadays, but they will slip in a sticker/paper starting the entry date and max stay range.
We took the Venetian shuttle bus to The Venetian, hehe, spend $0. There’s different shuttle bus offer by different casino. The Venetian casino still nice as usual, we had lunch at the foodcourt in the Shopping area. Order da li lai pork chop bun, portugese chicken and other food for lunch. Thereafter we go play in the casino. My sis was lucky to won about HKD 120.. haha, it’s not that alot of money, but it’s kinda fun.
Thereafter we took cab to the central to visit Ruins of St.Paul. Macau cab doesnt allow 5 persons, so we have to spilt into 2 cabs.
From the meeting point, we walk towards to Ruins of St.Paul. will pass by the shop lots with lots of souvenirs. We tasted some of their product and decided to go back for purchase later.
Not forgetting to buy 1 box of portugese egg tarts, all time favourites.
We decided left to Macau for the day since everyone is quite tired. We took the bus to Macau Ferry Terminal. As our ferry ticket is open ticket, we have to wait for the second ferry to go back to Hong Kong.