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Posts Tagged ‘Macau’
 

 
Cars and people move past Largo de Senado, a great starting point for any day trip to Macau.

5 Fantastic Things to Do in Macau

While many travelers visit Hong Kong every year, few make it over to the sister city of Macau. An easy day trip from Hong Kong thanks to ferries that run 24-hours a day, the Macau Peninsula offers visitors a fantastic array of ...
by Jim Cheney
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Jim Cheney, the Tripologist, and his wife hiking Tiger Leaping Gorge in southwestern China.

My Top 10 Travel Experiences of 2012

In many ways, 2012 was the most exciting year of my life. During the year, I spent time in twelve different countries and traveled for six months. I got to ride an elephant, pet a tiger, traverse Siberia, herd goats with nomad...
by Jim Cheney
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Many of the buildings in Georgetown, Malaysia's Chinatown reflect the city's British roots in their architecture.

24 Hours in Georgetown, Malaysia

Nestled  in the northwestern corner of Malaysia, Georgetown is one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. Sitting on the eastern shores of the island of Penang, the city and the surrounding villages are some of ...
by Jim Cheney
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Happy Birthday: Tripologist Turns 1 Year Old

One year ago, on October 21, 2011, I started Tripologist.com. I love to travel, and my goal was to help others travel on a budget, find undiscovered spots, and see the world. One year later, Tripologist.com still continues to p...
by Jim Cheney
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Largo de Senado, the main square in Macao's old town.

Photo of the Week: Macao’s Old City Square

Sitting in the center of Macao’s bustling old city is Largo de Senado, one of the most popular and photogenic spots in the city. Surrounded by the Senate building, a church, and the old post office, it is also the locatio...
by Jim Cheney
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