From part 1 After lunch we start burning some calories where we head straight to the Lotus Square for a walk and take some photos. It was crowded with tourist from China (mostly), and it wasn’t in time to see how it transform.
MACAU FISHERMAN’S WHARF
As there’s nothing much to see in the lotus square, we head over to the Fisherman’s Wharf to take a look. You can find more info about this spot at their website here. It just few blocks walk away from the lotus square. But you can always get some free coach heading Sands Casino most of the time.
In the corner end of the area, we found ourself in the entrance of Snow House Ice Gallery. But it was closed during the time we visit, so we end up just taking some photograph in the entrace area only. You can find more details here.
There were many building, shoplots were built in various style, from the Rome’s Coleseum to memory lane’s theater. But we found most of the shoplot were closed and some were wrapping up. According to our taxi driver who drove us the next day told us that the Macau Fisherman Wharf shop rental was quite expensive and lack of promotion.
Overall, Macau Fisherman’s Wharf worth a visit for tonnes of unique shoplot designs. If you’re looking for wedding photoshooting in Macau, this could be one of your preferred spot.
MACAU SCIENCE MUSEUM
From the Fisherman’s wharf we head over Southeast area where the Macau Science Museum located. We we’re told that it would be closed after 6pm, so we waste no time and walk over. The building is noticeable from the fisherman’s wharf by it’s submarine half floating above the seaside, like it was parked beside the seaside.
During our visit the museum appeared to be quiet, not much visitors could be due to dawn time. Inside we found most of the items display were much focus on Macau’s city development and expansion, and some China Space Rocket project. There was even a 3D Cinema inside, but we found it’s quite boring from the shown trailers. So, we take a short walks around then head over to our next stop, Wynn Casino for our night walk
From Macau Science Museum, we head straight to the Wynn Casino to explorer and we found ourself in a huge maze. Due to some strict rules inside the casino, we were not allowed to take any photograph. As we were looking for exit to take a look on the Wynn Casino’s water show to chill-out.
That’s all for this second post. My next post would reflect from the image above.