We capped our rainy night with a visit to the The Venetian. We found ourselves in a maze of designer brands and food stores and got lost around the mall of the hotel a hundred times. The structure of the mall was tricky and it felt like they made it as such so that people would spend or shop more. The Venetian Macau was the largest casino in the world and was sister-hotel to Marina Bay Sands of Singapore. No wonder they have the same entertainment.
From the humid heat of Hong Kong, we hopped on a ferry on a Monday morning bound for Macau. I will not say going here in May was an unfavourable time, but I will not say it’s the best either. Our short trip to Macau was dull, wet, and beautiful. Every alley would give you the taste of its culture. Every turn was a place from history. Rain was drizzling and yet, every tourist braved the weather to experience and witness the ethnicity Macau has to offer.
© Marti Cruz