Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Macau Part II - Portuguese Lunch @ Fisherman Wharf

Portuguese food is a must must eat when you're visiting Macau! Hong Kong has been a quite a hectic trip for me, walking around too much is just not my thing. So I'm just being lazy to do too many research on Macau cause I just want some random and relaxing trip after that. 

That's why the boyfie and I just randomly picked a Portuguese Restaurant @ Fisherman Wharf - Luiz Vaz de Camões.

This restaurant was named after the 16th century Portuguese poet Luis Vaz de Camões.

Set Lunch that was available on that day.

Taken the picture of dinner set too.

The bread.

We both ordered Set 2-Portuguese Stewed Garoupa with Rice and Set 4-Portuguese Chicken with Rice. Each set came with soups, salad and dessert.

Soup of the day.


Portuguese Chicken.

Chicken with a thick layer of dessicated coconut.

Portuguese Stewed Garoupa.

Nom nom time!!! 

Honestly, didn't really know is it because I'm not a huge fan of Portuguese food or the food was just okay. But the portion per lunch set was really HUGE. We Asian definitely not a big eater as Portuguese >.< . I think we both just finished half of the rice and tried to finish the both the chicken and fish instead.

Then the super soury dessert!

Look at his face, it was really VERY sour....!

The food was just okay but I love the ambiance! Felt really sleepy blew by the strong cold wind sitting outside and heheee...I was stealing my boyfie's coat again xd.

We then ordered Brazil Special Coffee to enjoy the afternoon.

Alright time to visit other place!

A picture with the statues at the downstairs of the restaurant before leaving! 

The food overall was just okay so don't put on too high expectations but you could enjoy this restaurant if you love the breezy environment and nice coffee like I do! :D

Luiz Vaz de Camões Restaurant
 3 Lisboa Bldg, Fishermans Wharf 


Opening hours
Monday - Thursday : 13:00 - 22:00
Friday - Sunday : 13:00 - 22:30

Sunday, January 05, 2014

Singapore Part I - Sentosa Island

This Singapore trip was consider last minute decision with my friends...and it was a road trip!!!! I am pretty amazed by myself the total amount I spent for this trip, a lot lower than what I expected we would spent LOL! Can I call myself a budget traveller? :p :p 

So 4 days before 2013 end, we woke up before dawn and headed to JB for a quick breakfast before entering to the custom check point. We wished to celebrate our X'mas there too but it's so so so damn hard to take leave that last minute for all 5 of us, but we were still feeling festive as that was between Christmas and New Year hehehe....

Our first stop - SENTOSA ISLAND .

We arrived there at about ten in the morning...and luckily the weather was still quite okay :)

We saw this beach tram while we were walking...hopped in was what we did!

No editing for this pic (taken from Samsung Note 3 with beauty camera)

The first beach we passed by was Siloso Beach.

It was a relaxing time by the beach, we walked, we talked, we laughed, and we smiled in front of the camera, the feeling was so great spending the quality time with friends :)

Love this shot thanks to the cameraboyfriend xd 

We then walked to Palawan Beach, my aim was to find the drawbridge :)

My first experience on the suspension bridge! Pretty scary!!!

The boyf and David.

Wonder how could they stand still so calmly????

Actually I felt a little dizzy..... =.=

We then went up the arbour for some photos. 

The drawbridge is quite long!!!!! 

First selca of the day with the drawbridge :)

The Palawan Beach


Aww I should bring my swim suit!!!!!

The activity that we didn't try. Looks fun though!

Group shot!!!

We then took the free train from Beach Station to Waterfront Station.

Lake of dreams - feeling dreamy.

Wish all my dreams come true!! :D

CNY decoration near the lake.

Went in the Casino for like 15 mins just to enjoy the air-conditioning!!! 

Last pic before leaving Sentosa Island!

Travel Tips:
1. For Malaysian Car, the maximum toll charges is SGD 5 per day, so don't worry about that and just drive to anywhere you like!!

2. There's admission charges for car (price as below in SGD):
(for other transportation charge please check here)

3. Parking rate was SGD 5 for the first 4 hours (on a weekend). 

4. There are 4 stations in Sentosa Island - Sentosa, Imbiah, Waterfront and Beach stations - ALL FOC. We just spent time on Beach station and Waterfront station, which took us about 3 hours. 

5. Bring swimsuit/ bikini and enjoy the beach if you got time.....we were so regretful that we couldn't enjoy the clear sea water on a clean beach!!!!

6. There's a show call "Song of the Sea" at the rate of SGD 10/pax every night ( Time : 1940 and 2040 ) at Beach station, Siloso Beach, put it in your itinerary if you got the time for the show! 
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