My 4 days 3 night in Macau

Visted Wynn Macau , owned by Wynn Resorts, is a luxury integrated resort in Macau Peninsula, Macau, People's Republic of China, offering gaming combined with a deluxe hotel, restaurants, designer shops, spa, and a "choreographed performance lake". It is the first Las Vegas-style integrated resort in Asia.

A carved ceiling representing the signs of the Zodiac

Here is a video I took there for everyone!!!
Enjoy the performance!!!

The Ruins of St. Paul's (Chinese: 大三巴牌坊) refer to the façade of what was originally the Cathedral of St. Paul, a 17th century Portuguese cathedral in Macau dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle. Today, the ruins are one of Macau's most famous landmarks.

Went for a nice seafood lunch... This is the place to choose and buy. Then let the restaurant cook for us. Forgot to take picture of the nice cooked seafood.... Was enjoying eating and forgot to snap some photo as evidence... haha...

Casino Lisboa is one of the gorgeous casinos in Macau

My last view of Macau before I go back Singapore...
Well I really enjoyed the trip!!!
Cause it with my parent!!!

During my stay there, my dad kept asking me to follow him to Casino and it was my 1st time going into a Casino!

We played the Jackpot machine and it can be quite addictive if you cannot control...
Luckily we break even and win a bit on our last day at Macau!

On the 2nd day at Macau, my grandaunt injured her leg while walking. And my uncle has to stay in the hotel to look after her most of the time.

This was taken in the airport whereby my uncle has to help her around with the luggage trolley. Cause the wheelchair is chargeable at S$30 in the Macau airport.

I was a bit disappointed in the airport service....
And ya Tiger Airway made us wait for about 3 hrs for our flight back to Singapore, at the airport on our last day at Macau.