As a former Portguese colony, Macau has preserved a lot of history and distinct culture, unlike anything else in Asia.
It’s no coincidence that this HK$ 2 Billion (US$ 250 Million) production looks a lot like Cirque du Soleil’s aquatic “O” show in Las Vegas.
More than just megacasinos, we are surprised by Macau’s delicious colonial fusion cuisine.
We visit the gambling mecca of Asia, China’s Special Administrative Region Macau. It’s home to the world’s largest casinos and gambling revenue that is six times that of Las Vegas.
Scrambled eggs? In Hong Kong? Believe it.
We enjoy swanky drinks at a couple bars with fantastic views of Hong Kong’s dazzling skyline in honor of Heather’s birthday.
We escape the crowds of central Hong Kong and marvel at the natural beauty of Lantau Island, riding to the top on a 5.7 km cable car.
While we love New York City’s iconic skyline, we have to hand the title of world’s best to dazzling Hong Kong.
Watch Heather try out one of Bangkok’s many Fish Spas, where hungry sucker fish eat the dead and unhealthy skin from your feet.