One of the most prominent buildings in the Senado Square, the second one that is part of the famous Macau square, which is included in the World Heritage List of the Historic Centre of Macau. Read on to find out more!
- 24 January, 2018
- by Macau Lifestyle
Rui Barbosa’s work is directly involved in the contemporary development of the city, and he writes articles for Macau Lifestyle exploring the history and culture of the area within the context of its architecture and urban design.
- 15 September, 2017
- by Rui Barbosa
The government headquarters building, an imposing neoclassical construction facing the Nam Van Lake, is the official seat of the chief executive of Macau and its government since 1999.
- 15 August, 2017
- by Avalyn Acland
The newest library in Macau is a stunning repurposing of historical buildings. Bringing together the old and the new, this is a place for everyone—truly a neighborhood library!
- 28 February, 2017
- by Rui Barbosa
Architect Manuel Vicente not only designed buildings but helped to create the Macau landscape we know today, and in the iconic lines of the Praia Grande Bay, linked the past with the present.
Macau has all the ingredients for a perfect family holiday. Here’s a three-day itinerary to experience the best of the city!
Explore a culinary landscape that draws from a rich history and diverse multi-cultural background. Here are some of our favorite foods and dishes that typify this intensely local food scene.
From 18 February 2018 some amendments to the Civil Code, related to lease contracts, came into effect. For both tenants and landlords alike, it will be important to become thoroughly familiar with the new requirements.
Zhangjiajie is located in northwestern Hunan province, China. Besides being easily reachable from Macau and Guangzhou, this is one of the most recommended spots if you are looking for rural and nature scenes.
From the perfect backdrop for your Instagram shoot to being a paradise for foodies, Taipa Village is one of Macau’s best-hidden gems often overlooked.
The World Centre of Tourism and Leisure, Macau is a destination that you cannot miss anymore. The Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal has all that you need.