During our stay in Macau, we had the luxury to stay at The Paiza Mansions of The Plaza, Macau. Many thanks to my brother-in-law for hooking us up! Within the mansion, there were two master bedrooms, a karaoke room, a massage room, a kitchen, a coffee bar, a living room and a dining area. I really like the Contemporary interior designs of our room. As soon as I walked into the bathroom, I felt in love with the huge bath tub and the Modern Rain showerhead instantly! I can easily get used to the Bvlgari amenities too.
To fully enjoy the mansion, we called in room service the next day for brunch so we can relax and spend more time in the suite.
Just some simple Dim Sum and they were wonderful.
Siu Mai (Chinese dumpling)
Cha Siu Bao (BBQ Pork Buns)
Har Gow (Shrimp dumpling)
The video below is a virtual tour of the mansion. My husband took the liberty to film this video. Some shots might be too up close and caused the out of focus. (Warning: If you already had a few drinks, you might feel a little dizzy watching it!) Please enjoy!
In the afternoon, we went to some sight seeing locations before heading to our buffet dinner. There were street food venders all over the place. This particular one sells all kinds of meat balls and fish balls, very typical street food/snacks in Hong Kong and Macau.
The meat balls were all on skewers for easy handling. No containers needed and they are fun to eat.
Another vender was selling all kinds of drinks, ranging from herbal tea, fruit juice, coffee, and bubble tea drinks(pearl milk tea).
The picture below shown another vender selling Portuguese Egg Tarts. If you remember my Mini Egg Tart Post, these were just another variety of egg tarts. These Portuguese egg tarts were evolved from "pastel de nata", a traditional Portuguese custard pastry that consists of custard in a crème brûlée-like consistency caramelized in a puff pastry case. They were a must try pastry in Macau.
Farewell Macau, but not for long. We definitely will be back some day.
Ruins of St. Paul’s (大三巴牌坊)
In the next post, I will reveal our Hong Kong adventure, plus a Giveaway. Stay tuned and don’t miss out on that. For now, I need a sweet dream…hopefully, I’ll revisit the Paiza Mansion again in my dreams!