Have any Anons been to Macau?

Have any Anons been to Macau? I live in Asia and I've been absolutely dying to do a bit of gambling, seriously considering booking a trip some time in the next 2 or 3 months. I'm thinking about a week would be enough to see the sights and blow thousands of dollars on poker.

Has anyone here ever been? What was your experience like? I'm not so much interested in sightseeing; gambling and nightlife are what I'd mostly like to indulge in.

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Macau is like a slightly classier/less trashy Vegas. Casino games are more or less the same, but with more Baccarat and Pai Gow. What I actually enjoyed more was the Chinese-Portuguese fusion food that can be found in restaurants.

    I've been there for exactly one night, then I fricked off right back to Hong Kong. If I could do it again, I would probably want to do more than a day, but less than a week. Maybe 3-4 days.

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    A week? A day is enough to see the sights in macau. Gambling was soulless compared to vegas. People just didn't seem to be enjoying themselves. Half of them probably laundering bribe cash from the mainland. No idea if the Lisboa racetrack is still going.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >t. has no fortune and is bad at feng shui
      The gamblers are there and all you need is a good time.

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Macau has pros and cons:

    Pros:

    - Good night life and decent food
    - Women are easy
    - Less foreigners competing for said women
    - You can book a nice hotel for a lot cheaper than Hong Kong
    - Lots of places that sell or buy gold/watches for cash or bank transfers with zero declarations if you're looking to sell things in your possession or avoid going back home with tons of cash.

    Cons:

    - Lots of mobsters/triads there so be careful and avoid making trouble, they leave tourists alone as long as they don't cause trouble.

    - Casinos are fun but most of the gambling scene is soul less like the other user suggested, probably 2/3 of the "players" are literally money launderers for the triads/government officials/other folks with dirty money. I saw guys coming in with bags of cash and swapping them for chips and then right back to a cashier's cheque after some high roller table plays. Same playbook as in Vancouver casinos except that the casinos no longer allow large cash sums to be swapped in Vancouver. Macau never really implemented anti-money laundering rules and those who claim to be compliant just pretend to do so. As a result all the casinos there are literally laundromats and not a lot of fun compared to other places. The players don't come to have fun.

    - Lots of "north koreans" too doing their own shady business, they're usually weird and hate being around foreigners as they get insecure or feel like they're being watched. This can lead to weird encounters in casinos/hotels lol.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      What a total disingenuous post.

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm gonna be in Hong Kong soon and was thinking of visiting Macau for two or three days too. I think you'd really have to enjoy gambling to spend any real time there though, you can walk the whole place top to bottom in less than an hour.

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    How's the cooming in Macau?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Plenty of choice. Check out the shark pit in Lisboa or one of the sauna clubs.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I snuck up to the old Playboy club in Macau, I think it was the Sands. Then we found some girls downstairs at the bar. I got a blowjob from one at her place, but she didn’t let me take her pants off. She kept saying “I am Muslim”, then it changed to “I am sick”, then I saw her little pecker and that was enough for me. Her name was Danica Fajardo.

  6. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Went there for a day before the pandemic. Not a degen so only did a little bit of gambling. Casinos are neat to visit and decent shopping around them. The food is really great though. The people are also really nice and friendly. Not as reserved as hkers. Try to visit some local spots too, they have more than just gambling.

  7. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Has anyone here ever been?
    yes, i went for a weekend once. i was already in singapore so it's about 4 hours flight
    >What was your experience like?
    it was ok. walked around, had an ice cream, stayed at a nice hotel, went home
    i'm not a casino gambler so i basically went just for the sake of it. i probably won't ever bother going again.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Walked around
      >Had an ice cream
      Based and comfy traveller

  8. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Went 2015 and it ruled.

  9. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    got some really nasty human trafficking vibes from many of the girls working there, the whole "smiling but dying inside" thing

    the casinos are cool but slavery really kills the vibe for me, same issue with dubai

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Probably best to avoid the US then

  10. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    i loved macau. way better poker than vegas, harder to make money. met lots more interesting people, exposed me to wealthy asians in a way few things could, and for that alone its a unique experience. i will admit its harder to find a fun table though. if you want poker i would also recommend cambodia.

  11. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Macau is boring. You got the "strip", the mall. There's not much stuff to do, but it's definitely interesting to see andalucian architecture right there in China. Picrel for example is Melilla, but if it weren't for the signs I would probably guess Macau.
    If you were to do a trip i would suggest to make it about Hong Kong first and foremost and simply allow yourself to spend a day and a night in Macau and the casinos.
    Fun story though, I did walk through the entire length of the city in one day, and even toured the mosque. the prayer room was small in and of itself but the whole thing had a giant garden with a cemetary in the corner. It was eerily peaceful.

    >Lots of mobsters/triads there so be careful and avoid making trouble, they leave tourists alone as long as they don't cause trouble.

    Now I haven't lived there so I can't say, but even at the latest hours and in the least visited streets (like the area around said mosque), I haven't seen anything like that. From my experience living in Asia, mobster types usually stay indoors or run night clubs or shit like that. You won't meet any unless you're actively trying to get in contact with them, and that certainly won't happen during the course of a tourist trip. This isn't Sleeping Dogs.

  12. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

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