|the entrance of the ferry terminal|
|the terminal in Hong Kong|
I must say this was the biggest ferry I had ever been on, much bigger than the ferry we had in Langkawi or Tioman. There were a lot of people on that Sunday morning, I wondered whether everybody wanted to go and gamble at the casinos on that particular weekend. However, from a conversation with a group of Malaysians whom we met while queuing up at the immigration counter, these people were actually going to other parts of China through Macau.
|enjoying the ferry ride|
|the jetty in Macau|
The journey across the ocean took about an hour. I saw no one vomitting so everything was okay.
|taking photo was not allowed here but I did that *OOPS*|
|outside the terminal|
In order to get to the historical site in Macau, from the ferry terminal, we just crossed the road. At the bus station opposite the ferry terminal, there were many buses waiting for passengers but most of the buses belonged to the hotels and casinos in town fetching perhaps their regular visitors. After asking around, we were told that we could take the green bus which belonged to Grand Lisboa Hotel/Casino and the ride to and fro was free of charge. Unbelievable! I guess the hotel was doing some sort of community service by offering free shuttle bus rides to everybody.