Known as the "Las Vegas of Asia", Macau has a unique society, with communities from the East and West complementing each other, and many people who come to visit. Along with casinos, Macau features European style from streets, churches to foods. With most of population being of Chinese descent, the integration of the two cultures is more connected.
No longer regarded as just a Vegas knock-off, Macau has surpassed the famous strip to become the most successful gambling capital in the world. Now home to 40 casinos, which of these glittering gaming dens is the best bet for you?
From neighbourhood “char chaan teng” that are still popular to this day, to modern coffee shops popping up all over Macau, there is no denying that coffee brings people together. The world loves coffee and Macau is no different! Here are the best spots in the city to ...
Big, bold and wonderfully over the top, Macau’s hotels are some of the most eye-catching and expensive ever built. Much more than just a place to lay your head, here are five Macau hotels that are destinations within a destination and the talk of the town.
Art may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of Macau, but it is home to many artistic works. Often overlooked and easily missed amid the enormity of Macau’s casinos, with a little closer attention you can spot some real gems.
Macau is a place where East met West over 400 years ago to produce the world’s first fusion food: Macanese cuisine. A unique blend of both Chinese and Portuguese ingredients and cooking techniques, here are the tastiest Macanese dishes to try on your next visit.
Macau might be the world’s most successful casino city, but that doesn’t mean that a trip there needs to cost high-roller money. There’s just as much to see and and do outside of the casinos for a relative bargain. Here’s how to play your cards right in Macau on a ...
Macau offers an impressive selection of high quality shows and performances, both permanent and those passing through. Here is a list of all the great shows and performances in Macau.
Macau is more than just a casino city. It’s also a place where East met West over 400 years ago to produce the world’s first fusion food: Macanese cuisine. A unique blend of both Chinese and Portuguese ingredients and cooking techniques, here are 9 of the tastiest ...
Go to Coloane Island to discover Macau beyond its casinos, a place where you can enjoy lush greenery, beaches, hiking trails, seaside restaurants and unique East-meets-West heritage.
Bubble tea looks like something from the future to those who remain unfamiliar with this Taiwanese drink. Besides being tasty, it is fun, insta-worthy and usually not too expensive. Here is the ultimate go-to places for good bubble tea in Macau!