Macau Travel Tips | How Expensive Is Macau?

Macau Travel Tips | How Expensive Is Macau?

Well welcome to a nondescript hotel room somewhere
in Asia. Today we’re going to be talking Macau travel
tips because we recently traveled there on a day trip from Hong Kong and actually we’ve
also been there. We went there maybe like 3 years ago. Yeah. And we stayed overnight. So we thought why not share some of the tips,
some of the things we’ve learned for anywhere out there planning a trip there. And because we’ve done both of those types
of trips we think we can offer something for just about everyone. So yeah, you can do it by day from Hong Kong
and you can also stay overnight too. So as usual we’ve got our notes in front of
us on the computer so you’re going to see us staring down but that is just so we give
you accurate information and we’re not making stuff up. Yeah. Yeah. So how a lot of people describe Macau (澳門
– 澳门) is they call it the Vegas of China. But you know what that is not really fair
because Macao actually generates seven times the amount of revenue as the strip on Vegas. Cha chingy chang. So if anything Vegas should be called you
know the it should be the Vegas should be the Macau of the United States. America! Yeah. All of America. So that is how much gambling is a part of
Macau (澳門 – 澳门). But Macao (澳門 – 澳门) is also way more
than just gambling. It also has a lot of colonial history and
you can really see that when you’re walking around in the Old Town. It is just very Portuguese. Like buildings, the floor tiles, even the
cuisine. So even if you’re not in to gambling it is
really worth visiting. Right. And there is also a lot of really fascinating
street foods as well. That is called Macanese cuisine. It is a combination of Portuguese and Southern
Chinese with a lot of Southeast Asian ingredients. Oh la lah. Quite fascinating stuff. So the local currency is the Macau Pataca. I had no idea so I was calling it Macau dollars
or Macanese dollar the whole time I was there which is pretty embarrassing. That is. Anyway the exchange is $1 USD=8 MOP Patacas. Yeah, and it is basically almost identical
to the Hong Kong Dollar. And that leads into our next point where if
you’re coming from Hong Kong you can use Hong Kong Dollars in Macau (澳門 – 澳门). Yes. It is widely accepted. Yep. But here is the catch. If you do take out the Macau Patacas. If you have quite a bit of them you’re going
to want to especially exchange your coins before you go back to Hong Kong because those
coins are not accepted in Hong Kong. Yeah. So yeah, it is kind of a bit of a double standard. I’m not sure why that is but yeah if you do
have Hong Kong extra Hong Kong dollars do bring them in and spend them in Macau. It is possible to do that. So our next point is transportation. How do you get to Macau (澳門 – 澳门)
and there are actually lots of different ways. Right. I would say probably the most popular if you’re
coming from Hong Kong would be the ferry. Right. And you can take the ferry from Hong Kong
Island, Kowloon or from Hong Kong International Airport. Yeah, so you have those different options
and so that is arriving from the let’s say arriving from Hong Kong but you can also arrive
from Mainland China. There are buses from like Guangzhou and other
places. Shenzhen. Different types of places. They also have ferries too. Uh huh. And then of course there is the airport. And something to keep in mind even if you’re
going to visit Hong Kong not just Macau is that uh the Macau airport has some really
good budget flights. Yes. So you may actually be able to fly into Macau
cheaper than Hong Kong. So if you’re thinking of flying into Hong
Kong especially somewhere from Southeast Asia consider also Macau (澳門 – 澳门). Because you may get a much better deal. I remember the one time we flew in from Chiang
Mai we got a really good price from Air Asia. So yeah, do consider that. And you know what? Speaking of flights we should also mention
you can come to Macau by helicopter. Haha. Fancy. Yeah, if you want to arrive like a boss. If you want to arrive in style. I think it is like about $500 dollars one
way. Yeah, it is about $500 US dollars but it is
only 16 minutes from Hong Kong. So if you’re in a rush and you want to start
gambling you know take the helicopter and you’ll be there in no time. So speaking of the ferry you’re going to save
a little bit of money if you go on a weekday as opposed to the weekend. It is just slightly cheaper. Um, you’re looking at around just over $20
US dollars for an economy class. Yeah. And that is perfectly adequate. I mean uh it is only an hour ride so and there
is departures leaving every like. Very frequently. Yeah. Like 15 to 30 minutes. Right. And you can go anytime of day. You can leave really early in the morning
and you can come back late at night. Or vice versa. So it is really easy. We’ve always just shown up and bought our
ticket. Um, like right from the stands. Right when we wanted to go and that is probably
fine on weekdays but if there is like a really big event going on in Macau or it is on a
weekend during a busy time of year I’d recommend booking in advance and you can do that on
the TurboJET’s website. I’ve also once booked it online. It was really easy. They accept credit cards and stuff like that. Of course. Super easy. So next let’s talk about accommodations in
Macau and we’ve got to tell you just like Hong Kong it is not cheap. I would go as far as saying that it can be
more expensive than staying in Hong Kong. Yeah, it is. Hong Kong does have budget options. You can stay in dorms. In Macau that is basically nonexistent. Yeah. Uh, I remember even the first time I visited
Macau which is before I met you they didn’t really have many dorm options or hostel options
and that is true even to today. And I guess when most people are going over
there to gamble um yeah. They’ve got the cash. They’ve got money. And there isn’t even a lot of very good mid-range
options to be honest. Yeah. So there are some sort of more like dingy
hotels which are not located by the casinos not located by the main attractions. And you can probably find something for under
$100 US dollars but don’t expect a lot at that price which is kind of why we recommend
doing it by day. If you’re visiting Macau more for the culture
and the food then you can definitely make a day trip from Hong Kong. But if you do want to gamble and do some of
the more entertainment. The shows at night and stuff then you probably
will just have to cough up the money stay in a casino or like famous hotel and pay a
bit more. And we have notes on that here. So a 2 to 3 star is going to be between $88
to 160 USD and if you’re looking for 4 to 5 stars a $150 all the way up to $600 US bucks. So yeah, bring your money. Hahaha. So there are AirBNB options. We noticed some places where you can get a
shared room for $40 to $60 dollars a night. So that is actually not bad. Well not a shared room. Like your own private room in someone’s house. Right. But you won’t have the whole apartment to
yourself. Yeah, sorry. That is what I meant. And I noticed that those places weren’t like
right in the core the city. So again more on the outskirts. And if you’re wanting to get your own place
you’re looking at $80 to $200 dollars plus. Yeah. So yeah, again not very cheap. Um but it is available. So next up let’s talking about transportation
around Macau (澳門 – 澳门). And one thing we really enjoy is that all
of the casinos and hotels offer free shuttles from the terminal because obviously they want
to lure guests. Like come gamble at our place. Yep. So they offer free transportation which is
great for visitor’s on a budget I would say. It really is. So you can literally arrive at one of the
ferry terminals and then hop on one of these free shuttle buses and they will take you
to all of the major casinos and also to some major attractions as well. Yeah. So it is actually a really good way to get
around the city and it is absolutely free. So you can that is our favorite way to get
around Macao. Hands down. So aside from free transportation also just
walk around Macau on foot. I mean a lot of places once you arrive in
a certain area like if you’re in Taipa or you’re near Senado Square or Saint Paul’s
Ruins for example. A lot of the places that you can just reach
by foot and it is just a really pleasant way to just walk around in Macau. So it is very pedestrian friendly and we definitely
recommend it. That being said we would not recommend walking
from the strip where all of the casinos are all the way to Senado Square because you’re
not going to make it. Take a bus to get there. And then you can walk around once you’re there. That would be really pushing it. Yes. Haha. Uh, another option is you can take also public
buses which are fairly cheap and also taxis. So a taxi shouldn’t cost more than about $5
US dollars for short rides and yeah if you’re in a hurry that would probably be your best
bet because you do sometimes have to wait around for the shuttle buses. They leave at designated times for example. And if something is too far to walk then consider
taking the taxi or one of the public buses. So for all of you budget travelers out there
next up we’re going to talk about free attractions you can visit around Macau. And number 1 I would say the area around Senado
Square which is kind of like the main plaza the main square. You have lots of Portuguese architecture and
tiles. Yeah. You can get some street food while you’re
there. Yeah, it is nearby a lot of other major attractions
and it is just a very central area and it is a great place to people watch as well. Yeah, and once you’re at Senado Square you
can walk all the way to the ruins of Saint Paul which is basically the facade of a church. Like the building is no longer there so all
you see is the facade and the stepz leading up to it. But I would say that is a pretty cool walk
from those two points. It is a major landmark and you’re going to
see tonnes of people taking photos there. It is quite photogenic and it is also you
pass from Senado Square all the way to the ruins that you’re going to see probably where
you can most of your street food too. Yes, free samples of food guys. Food! That was another one of our free things. Yeah, a lot of these stores they lure people
in by offering free samples. You can get free samples of almond cookies,
free samples of like the pork jerky with glazed honey. So yeah there is a lot of different free samples
so hit those up before you actually purchase something. So obviously another free attraction are all
of the hotels and casinos and I mean some of them are themed. You have the Venetian which looks just like
Venice and you have the Parisian which looks just like Paris. So if you enjoy that kind of thing you can
go hotel and casino hopping. Yeah, and some of them are really cool inside. And the nice thing is that all of the shopping
area and all of the entertainment area is free to anyone in the public. It is only the casino part where you have
to be gambling in order to go in to. You can’t just wander around in there. So aside from Senado Square another really
cool place where you can see a lot of Portuguese architecture and visit some museums is Taipa. And it is also a great place to get street
food. That is where we tried are Macanese egg tarts
and a few other delicious things. Pork chop buns. Yes. So that is a great place to wander around. So we’ve already talked about free attractions
in Macau. Now we’re going to move on to things that
you’re probably going to want to pay for. So first up we have Macau Tower. Yeah, and I mean you’re going to get a great
view of Macau from there. All the casinos all of the different islands. So yeah, definitely go up it. This is actually a confession time. This is something we haven’t done before but
yeah if you’re in to towers and getting really good views then definitely check it out. And you know what, I’m pretty sure you can
go bungee jumping. Yes, you can. It is something we’ve never really researched. No. Because we have no interest. We’re both terrified of heights so that is
not something we’d do but if you have a little more courage than us consider it. So the price to go up Macau tower is 130 Pataca
MOP and it is obviously a little bit cheaper if you’re a child or a senior citizen. So this next attraction that you’re going
to want to pay for is a mouthful. So I’m going to read it to you. It is called City of Dreams House of Dancing
Water Spectacular. RIght. And basically it is a nightly show. Kind of like a performance so if you like
entertainment that is something you can do. Yeah, this is located on the strip where all
the casinos are. RIght, and again that is something we haven’t
done but it is very very highly rated. But this one is quite pricey. So in terms of prices it is going to cost
you 580 Hong Kong Dollars which is about $75 US dollars per ticket. And of course we couldn’t talk about Macau
without mentioning gambling. So so many people go there to gamble and if
you’re so inclined you can spend as little or as much as you want. You can drop huge wads of cash in Macau (澳門
– 澳门) and if you want to gamble there is no shortage of places that will take your
money. And there is probably no limit to how much
you can bet. Yeah, exactly. So next up we’re going to talk about different
foods you can try in Macau. And we actually made an entire video dedicated
to Macanese street food so you can check that out if you’re interested. If you’re a bit of a foodie. There are just tonnes of options. Like we ate like seven or eight different
things. So there is just tonnes of things to try. And we ate really well. So I would say one of my favorites was the
egg tarts. The Portuguese egg tarts. Those were so tasty. Oh my gosh. So crispy. Those. Flaky. Those were so good. Those liked rivaled the egg tarts you find
in Portugal. The original ones. What are they Pasteis de Nata? Yeah. Yeah. They were so good. Those are fantastic and they’re also really
cheap. So another really popular one to have that
we highly recommend is the pork chop bun. It is basically like just like a pork chop
in a bun. And the outside of the bun is crispy and then
it is really doughy inside. Yeah, it is toasted. Yeah, it is toasted. It is just really good. Trust me. Try that one. Just make sure you don’t like bite into the
bone like Sam did. Oh my gosh. Because the pork chop obviously has the chop
in there. I didn’t see the bone and I bit in to it really
hard and I thought of my gosh did I just chip a tooth. I was wondering am I actually going to be
able to enjoy Macau or not or do I have to go to a make an emergency dentist appointment. Okay, so next up, and this is for the more
adventurous people, try the durian ice cream. Aw! Oh my gosh. It smells bad. I love durian you hate it. So if you already know you hate durian then
obviously don’t try it. Stay away. But if you’ve never tried try the durian ice
cream it is really good. And the next one I want to talk about is basically
the sweet pork jerky that you can find. These are just the thin strips that are cut
up with scissors and put into a bag. They are really good. It is really soft. It is so different from North American jerky
or also Biltong which is something I’ve tried from South Africa. It is really soft jerky. It is really sweet. It makes a great snack. And another thing I really enjoyed trying
was the almond cookies. Oh yeah. And those for some reason just make me think
of Christmas. They’re like little small bite sized cookies
and they’re very dry. Yeah, so if you’re going to try a whole bunch
you probably want to enjoy them with tea or some kind of beverage. Yeah, maybe bubble tea. We enjoyed ours with bubble tea. Mmmm. Oh yeah. And if you guy by some shops you can actually
see them making almond cookies which is fascinating. So I would recommend buying them from one
of the shops that is making them right in front of you. You know it is fresh. You know it is good. And another thing you can try in Macau is
Portuguese wine. We didn’t get to do this. Oh, I highly regret not doing that. Yeah. We just didn’t have time. I love wine so I would have loved to try the
Portuguese wine. Apparently, it is really affordable and really
good quality too. Next time. Now moving on to things we loved about Macau. Yeah, so these are all of things we really
liked about Macau and what made it an attractive place to visit. So number 1 would be the free hotels and casinos
you can just wander around and I mean you’ve got these grand buildings. Yeah. So it is kind of like woah! If you’re there just for shopping and entertainment
you could literally make that the focus of your entire trip. There is just so many different casinos and
hotels to visit. And every time we go back there is a new one. There is like a new building. They build fast in Macao. Oh. I have to say. They sure do. Yeah, anyways another thing we enjoyed was
the street food. Which we’ve mentioned a few times already. That was really good. Oh my gosh the Macanese street food is amazing. And one of the advantages of snacking on street
food all day long as opposed to going to sit down restaurants is that it really helps you
manage your time. You can see and do a lot more when you’re
just like picking up these little bites. Having something quick to eat and then moving
on to the next thing. And it is a lot more affordable than going
out for a fancy meal. Yes. In Macau (澳門 – 澳门) because I have
a feeling that would not be affordable. No, it could get pricey really quick. And yeah, all of the Macanese street food
is really cheap. Like everything was under $5 US dollars. Some things were under $1. So really cheap. Really delicious. Highly recommend it. So another thing we really like is all of
the Portuguese architecture and ruins that you can find throughout the city. It is just fascinating to see that type of
architecture in you know a part of the world where you normally wouldn’t associate that
with. Yeah. It just gives a some people come obviously
to Macau to gamble and to do other things like that but you can also be a culture vulture
and enjoy the Portuguese architecture. Culture vulture. And other things. So another point to add is that this is such
an easy day trip. Like it is just so convenient to hop on a
ferry and you’re there. Right. So the ease of travel is another really alluring
thing about Macau (澳門 – 澳门). It is very attractive and if you want to do
the way we did it we woke up really early in Hong Kong we went to the ferry terminal
bought our ticket, quickly went through immigration. Do remember to bring your passport. Yes. You are going from one special administrative
region to another. From Hong Kong to Macau so don’t forget to
do that. But yeah, you can go buy your ticket on the
spot. We were on the baot within like what 30 minutes. And then it an hour to Macau (澳門 – 澳门). Immigration was a breeze there and so like
by I don’t know by 8 or 9 we were like already rolling. We were sightseeing. We were sightseeing, exploring Macau. So yeah and then you can come back again late
at night. And that makes for a great really busy day. I find that when you have some time scarcity
like that you just maximize your time. Yeah, you really run around. We did. And we saw a lot and yeah check out our video
to see what we did in just one day. And one final point about things we loved
about Macau would have to be the free transportation provided by the hotels and casinos. Thank you! Thank you hotels and casinos. Even though we didn’t really spend money. I know we took like three different shuttles. Yeah, oh what was it the Wynn Hotel. We went from the Wynn Hotel back to the ferry. We were the only people on that shuttle. And they drove us. It was a private ride. It was awesome. So yeah, do take advantage of the free transportation. These casinos and hotels they have tonnes
of money so you don’t have to feel guilty about it. Alright, moving on to the things we hated
about Macau. Basically the things we disliked about Macau
(澳門 – 澳门). And the first thing that comes up is the accommodations. The lack of budget and mid-range accommodations. It really out prices a lot of travelers and
visitors. But obviously the city is making a lot of
money so I don’t see that changing anytime soon. And I don’t see there being a lot of budget
accommodations both now and in the future. So another thing that we kind of hated about
Macau is that let’s say by mid afternoon a lot of the major attractions like Senado Square,
Saint Paul’s Ruins it is just packed with people. Super crowded. Oversaturated. Yeah, it is a little bit overwhelming. So the way that you can get around that is
to visit these earlier in the morning. Yeah. Um, especially if you’re staying in Macao
(澳門 – 澳门). We didn’t have that option because we got
to these around the mid-afternoon but it was a little bit overwhelming. Yeah, there was a point where we weren’t actually
moving. We were just standing there in a crowd like
kind of getting pushed and shoved. So that wasn’t so pleasant. I guess that is one of the downsides. Right. So to like we said to get around that visit
during off hours. And the last thing that I didn’t really enjoy
was the ferry ride coming back. It was totally fine on the way there but on
the way back it was super choppy. And like the boat was bouncing up and down
and that is when I understood why they have seat belts on the seats on the ferry. It is because like you’re getting some serious
air. And it is like uhh. To be honest that doesn’t bother me as much. Like I don’t get as seasick. And one tip we can offer is to try to get
a seat on the second level. That is never as choppy as on the first level. Yeah. So yeah, try to get your seat on the second
level especially if you mind the choppy waters and if you get seasick easily. Yeah, so I would say those are all of our
travel tips for Macau. I hope you found them useful and we wish you
a wonderful trip. If you’re traveling there soon. Absolutely. Do visit Macau it is definitely worth at least
one visit there at one point in your life. Bye. Bye.

68 thoughts on “Macau Travel Tips | How Expensive Is Macau?

  1. Another good video….i want to put in my two bits about cheaper stay. If you have a China visa. I would go across border which is only minutes away by taxi. Prices go down drastically. You can find some decent stays for cheap. The further you stay away from Macau the cheaper it gets. There is a metro train that goes all the way to Guangzhou!

  2. Audrey you seem to get more and more beautiful as the videos go on. are you using something special on your skin? you are not supposed to get more beautiful as you age.. lol.. but whatever you are doing is working. keep up the great work with the videos. you are amazing and kind people. you both put me in a good mood when I see your videos. I do not understand how anyone can hate on any of your videos. you both are so respectable about other cultures. please do not let the trolls get to you. some people are just not happy unless they put others down. stay positive and keep making videos. some of us really love watching them

  3. oh also I love how you actually take the time to reply to people and even when they say something negative you never drop to their level. please do not change that. I love getting a reply from you. it makes people feel a part of what you are doing and makes them feel like they matter

  4. Oh Yeah, I will definitely be taking the helicopter into Macau. At $500 US that is a real snip. As soon as I win the lotto jackpot and feel like a quick gambol.( Ahem).

  5. This applies to very specific cases, but whatever. If (you are travelling from HK to Macau and will not be going back there) & (You have a decent amount of HKD viz. upwards of 3000 HKD), then you are better off exchanging these at the local bank to get 100 MOP for free! Note: Roughly a 100 Macau Pataca earned for 3000 HKD and 10 min of your time.

    Here's how I found out. The price for AJ Hackett's Bungy Jump is ~4000 MOP. That's a lot for a bungy jump, but its the world's highest. I exchanged the HKD to MOP and got enough money to eat 10 of those delightful Portuguese Egg tarts. So if you are a budget + adventure traveler, you could consider this.

    P.S: I love your channel and l'm jealous that you guys get to travel for a living 🙂

  6. Hello Audrey and Sam. i can't say it often enough that you guys became one of my favourite youtuber of all time. i ve been watching countless youtube Channel, followed them seen them grow but only a few of them have a special thing that makes them stand out from the others like this Channel. so much detail and well information wow. thanks looking forward for more great content.

  7. Great tips! Thank you. I really like your personality. Look forward to more of your uploads. I make travel videos too. Check them out!

  8. Hey guys, another great travel vid. Really love your Asian series.

    Firstly, I agree with the Turbojet ferry. Be prepared for a bumpy, bouncy, choppy ride especially at the beginning… even if the waters seem calm. Bring gravol just in case.

    Re: accommodations… are you familiar with the Chinese joke "Everything is 5 Stars in China"? Most will vehemently disagree. It's funny to see their reaction when they finally get it.

    Lastly, you guys must have some seriously good shampoo & conditioner wherever you're at right now. Wow, dat hair!

  9. i really wanted to see you guys visit the philippines, boracay and palawan are consistently rated as top island destination in the world.

  10. I am glad to see you in Macao. It's funny how Macao generates seven times more income than Vegas. Sorry guys, it happens that here in the US we are living in an alternative reality…..LOL Thanks a lot. I love your videos.

  11. with the glasses on you look like your from the 80s or something. But not in the bad way.

    I love how you help people travel wirh your tips and stuff. and get them ready too.

  12. get free room by gambling like there is no tomorrow…..but then do u really need a room when u do that….Also all the prostitution watching…..I mean PEOPLE watching at the hotel lobby….. ; )

  13. very useful, i have been Macao 2times last year, but with teams of ourself ,not individual travel. so i can visit there by myself in the future with these useful pieces of information , thanks you two 😀

  14. Hi Audrey am Yousouf from Mauritius hope one day you come and visit our island .You will be the most welcome.

  15. Hi Audrey you must come and visit our island you will the see the difference between those that you have already .Our island is really special with different culture and with beautiful beaches .

  16. Hello! I'm from Macau. I recommend you to try some Burmese food here as there're many people from Myanmar living here. In the Macau Peninsula there's crowd everywhere so I always have my meal after lunchtime around 15:00–16:00. It would be far less crowded and avoid waiting the tables. Hope you guys come again and enjoy the food here!

  17. Hi, Samuel and Audrey! This is my first time watching your video and I love it! I am from Macau, and the things you guys mentioned in the video are so true and useful! I also love about how organized and detailed your video is. I can't wait to watch your other videos. I believe they will be the great travel guides for me when I go travelling 🙂 Thank you!!

  18. I saw ur videos and decided to make a trip here using your sharing in this video. Thank you for being detailed and personal in your opinions and sharings. I love ur videos

  19. Greetings from Macao. Just stumbled upon your channel and subscribed right away. Thank you for your words and thoughts about my hometown. If you have another chance to visit Macao, maybe you can take some much daring routes to explore more. For example:
    Some travelers from China have figured out the cheapest way to stay in Macao is to go camping at Hac Sa Beach in Coloane. The pros? Almost no fee and plus enjoy the seaside. The cons? Your luck and guts.
    If you can make it to a place called the Red Market, you can find a place nearby called Long Wa Teahouse, where you can have a taste of tradition Cantonese Dim Sum brunch. And, unlike other old tea houses and other Chinese restaurants, the staff there can actually speak a little English, which I believe will make you feel way easier to enjoy more.
    Also, around Red Market you can have a stroll to see the bazaars and discover the street foods you've really missed out, such as traditional Chinese bakery stuff, sweet soup, southeastern snacks, and so much more.
    And, if you're interested, check out PSY's "New Face", and you'll see an art district which is heavily featured in that song. Go find that place, have a walk around, and you will not disappoint.
    And so much more to mention, but so little time for me to go on. I guess I'll just stop here. Ciao.

  20. I been there , yes I to fear high places .
    I skipped the Tower too. Good video guys.
    The egg tarts are super . Do not forget the Fort . Take Care

  21. This guy looks like a caricature of those guys who rob casinos in the movies lol I'm thinking Oceans 11, 12, 13, 15, 16 etc…

  22. @samandaudrey

    How did you plan/workout/find out which shuttle buses go where?

    We want to try and see how many shuttle buses we can utilise to see all the sights we want to see?

  23. Finally I hear Samuel speaking fluently! I knew him from the Spanish videos, great videos guys!!!!

  24. you guys have soo much carisma that you guys are the only ones i can stand watching just talking about a place in your hotel room ….other people videos, i just cant stand it …you guys are awesome …)..take care

  25. I m a Macau citizen and watched the whole video with many surprises, it talked about Macau so well and deep .good recommended and information. I m going to share this video with my foreigner's friends to know more about Macau. thanks a lot.good job

  26. Hey S&A it is really enjoying and pleasant watching your vlogs. From all those Vlogs about traveling in Asia you guys are the only one who didn't annoy me at all. And i feel watching to real people instead of a scripted act with instagram bimbo's 🙂

  27. The only two similarities I see when comparing Macau's Cotai Strip to Vegas are gambling and that the Las Vegas casinos are in Macau (Venetian, Wynn, Sands, and MGM). Aside from that, Macau is unique. The Cotai Strip is noticeably smaller than Las Vegas Boulevard but still emerging and developing. Also, Macau does not provide that party atmosphere that Vegas provides. People go primarily to Macau to sightsee, try the food, and gamble.

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