After having lunch in 新好利美食餅店 (葡撻 was good, 豬扒包 was so-so, and as
for 珍珠奶茶, it is better in Taiwan), we went to the Venetian, which is a
I think there is nothing in the world like the Venetiann Macao. Attractions
include a replica of the Grand Canal in Venice including St. Mark’s Square
and the Rialto Bridge where visitors can take gondola (boat) rides to the
accompaniment of Italian ballad singing. I was so suprised at the copy of
Ventian festival, which re-creates the events with masks, costumes, music,
jugglery, and so on.
I’ve been Italy once, but it’s a pity that I did not go to Venice. I will go
there one day! Before that, it’s good that I “preview” the theme of Venice in
the Ventian Macao.
By the way, I saw a poster of Jay Chou 😀 It was funny that I met Taiwanese
perform in Macau :DDDD
(Night Sight of Ventian Macao; from wikipedia)