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This story is behind a paid wall and the editor’s pick under premium content, so I’ve taken the liberty to publish it here as my blog has always been about making recommendations for travel. Apart from the casino shots, the photos inset are taken by me.   By Juliana Loh Apart from glitzy casinos and mammoth […]

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Apart from eating, there’s nothing I love more than travelling. And immensely grateful for the privileged life to enjoy all the amazing things the world has to offer. Arts et Métiers museum I remember arriving in Paris for the first time in the summer of 2001 with wide eyed wonder. In the past 16 years, […]

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Rounding up old and new favourites for a tipple or two and the usual suspects for a great brew. This post also ties up my collaboration with the Macao Tourism Board sharing my personal favourites on this sleepy backwater of Hong Kong, steeped in history and peppered with plenty of 16th century UNESCO monuments.  Macao […]

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  Photos from a week in Amsterdam.

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Fallen quite far behind the weekly updates. A little disappointed about my photos as they don’t seem to be getting better. An additional struggle is the pain management in my arm post surgery which has been acting up and my arm unknowingly shakes which makes for blurry photos. 😢 I love silhouettes. Here’s one from […]

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I have been collaborating with GPSMyCity app for a year and it’s great! They map out content and resource on destinations to make it easy for those on the move without data roaming, but still get guided maps on each destination point. There plenty of apps out there and serve different purposes but I found […]

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Saint Lazarus church is one of Macao’s oldest built in the 16th century in an interesting neighbourhood that reminds one of Europe, it is also the first Chinese church in Macau for Chinese who converted to catholicism. The segregation of Chinese and Portuguese was distinct.     The church was originally built “outside the city walls” that […]

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Camoes Garden is also known as the “white pigeon nest” garden in Mandarin, because at one point, it was home to hundreds of white pigeons who nested there. One of Macau’s oldest garden parks, Camoes garden spans close to 20,000 square meters. Built in the 1770, it was the house of a wealthy Portuguese merchant […]

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St Paul’s Ruins is possibly one of the most recognisable monuments from Macao that adorn many postcards and where first time visitors to Macao go for their “been there, done that” shot for social media. The façade has seen many iterations since the 17th century – it was first a college, then a church and […]

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I’m partnering up with MGTO for the next three months sharing my favourite places and things about Macao both old and new during the four years I lived there. Also highlighting the unique festivals and events that take place annually in Macao. Stay tuned 😉   Well, it’s the time of the year again in Macao […]

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