"Leal Senado" - that's Portugese for "Loyal Senate". This is the heart of the old city
The ruins of the Church of St. Paul, still a majestic place
An interesting view from Macau fortress
Traditional beliefs are still being practiced in Macau
Built by the Portugese, and still functions as a post office!
Macau city hall, another fine example of Portuguese colonial architecture at the heart of the old city
The building at the back, that looks like a fortress, used to be one of Macau's most prominent pawnshops. Today it's a small, but interesting museum
The bridge that connects mainland Macau with the islands of Taipa and Coloane
A-ma temple - it gave Macau its Chinese name (Aomen)
A view of Guia hill - with a church, lighthouse and a small fortress
An old church surrounded by high-rises
A look at the "Casino District" fro Guia hill
entrance to the pretty Luo Lim Loc garden
A beatiful Chinese-style garden
More nice examples of colonial architecture
View from the promenade towards the old casino district on the Macau peninsula
More pretty views from the promenade, this one towards the Portuguese consulate and a scenic church at the top of the hill
Macau tower - a popular bungee jumping spot!
The Venetian casino, at the new casino area on Taipa island
Inside the casino - notice the blue "sky"!
"Piazza San Marco" - in Macau!
The Venice canals...
Taking the night ferry back to Hong Kong, with a pretty view of the lit up bridge