HongKong & Macau travel diary! Indians get a free visa on arrival to both HK and Macau. Our 6 nights there were divided as follows: 2 nights - The Metropark Wanchai, Hongkong - Great location, 2 mins walk to MTR 2 nights - The Venetian, Macau - Houses world's biggest Casino 2 nights - The Holiday Inn Express, Sheun Wan, Soho, Hongkong - Not so great location, avoidable Here are the places where we ate and enjoyed our food. HK: Coyote Bar & Grill - Wanchai - Lovely mexican food Mes Amis - Wanchai The Spaghetti House - Wanchai Burger King - The peak Main Street Corner cafe - Disneyland Beirut - LKF - Lebanese food,one of the few places that serve sheesha Ebeneezer's Kebab & Pizzeria - LKF - owned by an Indian, both the pizzas and the biryani were yum Macau: Golden Peacock - Venetian - Indian food McSorley's Ale House - Venetian - American Food Hard rock Cafe - Hard Rock Hotel Venetian food court - avoid the Indian food here instead go for the pizzas and falafel they are yum! Shopping in general in HK is slightly expensive. Tip 3: Ditch the regular malls and try going to small boutiques and street markets instead Street markets - Temple street, ladies market, night markets - for mobile accessories, souvenirs, bargains on clothing, shoes and bags Jonhston Road - There were lot of small clothing and accessory shops on this street with bargain deals Sasa - Chain of beauty of local beauty store in HK. Take back home some hand creams and lip balms in cute packaging for your self and as gifts for friends Duty free shops in Venetian Macau - If you want to buy a premium or a luxury item at a discount do check these shops out. Every designer brand that you can think of from Michael Kors to tory Burch to Bottega Venetta is available here. Not to forget the popular street brands like Zara and Mango are here too.
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