Check out behind-the-scenes photos of Tony's trip to Macau--highlights include Go Kart racing and local street food.
Tony and Father Lancelot kick back with a drink at Club Militar.
A local business owner eyes the crew on the streets of Macau.
The crew checks out the Ruins of St. Paul's -- one of Macau's most famous landmarks. The Cathedral of St. Paul was built in the 16th century and was destroyed by a fire in 1835.
Tony is suited up and ready to race at the Macau International Go Kart Track.
Tony and Joao "Johnny" Afonso, a Macau Go Kart Champion, race their tricked-out Go Karts around the track. The karts can reach up to 90 mph.
The crew trails Tony through the narrow alley's of Macau.
A crab-inspired pastry at The Eight, where Tony had dim sum with friends.
This giant ball hangs inside The Eight restaurant in the Grand Lisboa Hotel.
Tony struts through downtown Macau with friend Jeffrey Ng.
Lanterns light up this Macau street.
A mess of tangled power lines and wires hang between buildings in an older part of Macau.
A street vendor looks on as Tony enjoys his meal.