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    southside852 is offline Registered User
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    i would say disneyland is much more fun for kids for obvious reasons. the disneyland resort seems a bit more child-friendly than the hollywood hotel.

    bali and thailand are amazing for the future. we found the beaches better in thailand, but we liked our hotel better in bali so you can't go wrong in either choice!

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    Macau Baby Friendly restaurants
    (for address and reservations, search on MACAU.COM)

    http://www2.macau.com/index.php?opti..._details&id=22
    Macau Litoral- authentic portuguese

    http://www2.macau.com/index.php?opti...3&lang=english
    The is the most famous portuguese egg tart place in Macau. It's in Coloane island and it's worth a trip. There will be a line up on the weekends but it's worth it

    Buffet Brunch
    http://www.timeout.com.hk/restaurant...3/mezza-9.html
    Best in Macau. It's in the Grand Hyatt and it's great for Sunday Brunch
    Another alternative is Aurora at Altira Hotel. The food selection is not as great but it's also good.

    Beijing Duck
    http://www.macau24.com/en/venues/614
    This restaurant specializes in Beijing Duck and you need to reserve a duck in advance. The restaurant is also inside Grand Hyatt and the restaurant is from the famous BJ duck chain from BJ. Other dishes are also very delicious and you can go for both lunch or dinner. (also need reservations esp during wkds)

    Portofino
    fine italian
    http://www.venetianmacao.com/en/show/western
    Great for lunch and dinner with superb views too. Ask for booth table

    For kids entertainment, there's a kid's play area in City of Dreams called Kid's City. It's a very kid friendly area/ play gym with slides, toys, ball pool etc and it's great for the little ones

    Other than that, if you stay at the WEstin in Coloane or just go for bbq brunch or lunch, they have a huge grass area and also an outdoor play area, excellent for little ones esp on a nice day!

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    lesliefu is offline Registered User
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    went with my 2 kids to macau for 3 days 2 nights...they ended up at Kids City a couple times and just wandering around the malls...i'll be staying at the Westin for sure next time (this time we were at the hyatt - which is great for adults) since there is more to do. not sure how old your kids are (mine were 2.5yrs and 8mths) so any hotel room / new environment is fun for them!

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