So let me talk about our Macau trip first as this was actually the highlight given that it was both our first time in this city. Macau, as we all know, is Asia's gaming and entertainment city. If you've watched the movie Ocean's Eleven, where most of the scenes were done in Las Vegas, being in Macau will surely give you the same Vegas party feel. It's here where you can try your luck at the Casino or watch the numerous shows being staged in most of the 5-star hotels both in the Cotai Strip or go touristy around the Macau Peninsula. Yes, there are two parts of Macau. As the cab driver would say, there's the Cotai Strip where you get to gamble, party hard and watch all the entertainments and the Macau Peninsula where the vibe is more laid back, a bit historical if you ask me and there are a number of churches and ruins around. Very contrasting for a tiny city.
Hotel Sintra is located at the heart of the Macau Peninsula. It's a few blocks (about 4-5 blocks) away from the Senado Square, around the corner from the famous Margaret's Egg Tart and it has a complimentary shuttle service that picks you up from the airport or the jetty port. If you miss the shuttle bus, just take one from the City of Dreams as it parks right in front of the hotel to pick up guests too.
Should you find yourselves planning a trip to Macau, do consider checking Hotel Sintra out!
A Lorcha: Famous Portuguese Restaurant
Hotel Sintra is located at Avenida de D. Joao IV, Macau City, Macau.