MACAO

STEPHEN STEFANOU'S FLORAL ART INSTALLATION AT MGM MACAO

Stephen who? Stephen Stefanou! Never heard of him? That's okay. I, too, just found out all about him when I was writing this blog post. I googled to find out who designed this crazy beautiful floral installation at MGM Macao which my tour guide said changes every few months. Yes, you heard that right. So amazing, isn't it?

Stephen Stefanou is from Venue Arts which makes mindblowing art installations at iconic places, such as those giant Christmas ornaments at Rockefeller Center in New York City that made a cameo in the movie New Year's Eve, PS, I Love You and A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas.

Thanks to Air Asia for bringing me here, so I can take these beautiful pics of Stephen Stefanou's artwork to show to all of you. Enjoy!

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TAIPA VILLAGE & CAFÉ LITORAL

Connecting my Macao trip story, after visiting Macau Tower, we went to Cafe Litoral which is located in Taipa Village. Taipa Village is one of the popular areas in Macau, you can check all about it on Trip Advisor. It was reviewed there that this area has so many good food and restaurants, so if you're a food lover this is the right place to visit when in Macau.

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Just a little time spent strolling a small part of Taipa Village, I knew it could be my favorite of Macau. It's more quiet and calm compared to the city. And the corners looked so interesting. It's too bad I only get to go to Cafe Litoral, however we had a crazy delicious feast there. You just have to eat there when you're in Macau. Everything - from African Chicken to Plate of Clams - was tongue spoiling, but I have to tell you, the steak was heavenly! I read a few reviews which said the service sucks there, but we had no problem when we were visiting. Things were A-okay.

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A picture in front of the restaurant is a mandatory. I love how the wall is full greens.

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Before the bus took us away to the next place in Macau, I took a few shots, including this one with  a restaurant employee staring at us getting into the bus. He looked kinda cool with his unform, jeans and red sneakers. I took his picture and then waved at him randomly. He smiled.

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Macau is a beautiful place to visit, I fell in love with the color tones of this region. Yes, the weather is damn hot and humid, but since everywhere is so clean, it's fun to explore. But always, always apply your sunblock again and again when you're there, because the UVA and UVB from the rays of the sun are really bad for your skin. And wearing sunglasses will help you a lot.

What else do you wanna know about Taipa Village? I'll try to answer. Have you been here? Share you story! I'll see you on my next post. I still have a lot to share from my Macau trip, but I also have some beauty related stuff I want to share soon. Which should I share first, more Macau or beauty stuff? Please let me know! :D

MACAU TOWER

If you're following my Instagram, you would already know by now that I just came home from my trip to Macau. I'm so happy that I have so many pics to share with all you on my blog. These first pics I'm sharing are from my visit to Macau Tower. Enjoy!

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The view from Macau Tower which is 338 metres high is definitely amazing. I took a lot of photos of it from different angles from the tower. Seeing the view from all the way up there made me feel like a giant looking down but at the same time it also made me feel really small, looking at such a big, big world, and this is just Macau.

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Enjoying the view is just one of the exciting things you can do at Macau Tower, there are others like bungy jump, skyjump, skywalk, tower climb, dining experience and well, more. You can check the complete information - including the prices - on Macau Tower website. Pictured below the activity skywalk which means strolling around the outer perimeter that encircles the tower, 233 metres high from the ground. Can't imagine myself doing it. The beautiful view is enough for me, thank you!

What about you, would you do the skywalk or even bungy jump from Macau Tower? Is Macau Tower the kind of place you'd love to visit when traveling? Or maybe you've been there before? Tell me your side of the story, please!

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