Pastelaria Koi Kei (钜记饼家) is one of the famous bakery in Macau. Was established in year 1997. They are famous with their almond cookies, egg rolls, ginger candy, etc. Currently selling over 300 varieties of products.
Quite a disaster for the first day. Only manage to sleep an hour or so. 3:30AM cab is here to pick us up to the airport. Reached airport is about 4:30AM. Cab from my house to LCCT cost: RM110 plus midnight charges. Lots of people at the airport trying to check-in therefore it takes some time and only left less than an hour for breakfast. Had our breakfast at Coffee Bean. This is the first time I had breakfast at Coffee Bean Malaysia. Usually I only take it in Jakarta :P. Not sure why I only have the habit of eating at Coffee Bean when I am at Jakarta. Well here is the sample of my breakfast compared to Jakarta version. I prefer the Jakarta version. Maybe coz I don’t really eat salad and I am already used to the version there 😛 picky me.
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After we bought ticket months ago….. finally its time to fly!!! 8 Days 7 Nights (05/11/08 – 12/11/08) to Macau & Hong Kong. Been surveying for a month or so, booked hotels, did the checklist, planned the schedule, did some budgeting estimation now I finally can enjoy my trip.
Summary of the Itinerary:
1. Arriving at Macau
2. Check-in to Ole London Hotel
3. Visit St. Paul Ruins, Na Zha Temple, Pastelaria Koi Kei, Cafe E.S. Kimo
4. Head to Taipa (Venetian, Dumbo Portuguese Restaurant)
5. Back to Macau (Ponte 16)