Macau is a small but immensely interesting place with plenty of things to see and do. With the many modes of transport available, getting around Macau has never been simpler. Whether you want to explore the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites on Macau Peninsula or spend the day at a beach on Coloane, we’ve got you covered.
- 22 February, 2019
- by Macau Lifestyle
The area is now still a traditional looking road where people could get a sense of how it was back in the old days of Macau during the fishing and the rope-building era especially in the front of the Lin Kai Temple.
- 18 February, 2019
- by Joana Estrela
Now a towering landmark of glass, BNU’s history is illustrated by discoveries, obstacles and even kings! Not just a bank, BNU marked the beginning of an era in Macau’s economy. Yes, this is the bank that brought you the money you now carry in your pocket.
- 29 January, 2019
- by Janet Lin
The Lunar New Year, also known as Spring Festival, will be celebrated across Asian countries such as China, Taiwan, Macau, Hong Kong, Vietnam and more. Chinese New Year is the quintessential Chinese celebration that’s steeped in tradition focused on family values.
- 17 January, 2019
- by Leonor Sá Machado
If you walk around Cheok Van Beach or Coloane Village you might notice the stray dogs roaming about. Fortunately, there are also some local institutions and associations dedicated to providing shelter, care, medical assistance and more. If you love animals but not sure of how to help in Macau, read on to find out about…
- 15 January, 2019
- by Leonor Sá Machado
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge was inaugurated in late 2018 and it’s fully functioning, leading the way to and from Macau, Zhuhai and Hong Kong. Not sure how it works? Here’s a guide with all the essential information!
The Parisian Gourmet Festival is back and we don’t want you to miss the chance of enjoying it in all its glory! Read on to find out why you need to go.
All you sweet tooths out there! We’ve done a round-up of where to find the best Portuguese pastries in Macau! Read on if you are looking for something different and to taste a bit of the West in the East!
Rua da Felicidade is now one of the most touristic spots in town. However, it lost its charm for some years after prostitution became illegal in Macau. Before, it was known as the city’s own red light district. Check out more about it in this article!
Here is our list of old restaurants that are a part of the city’s history, and well worth checking out if in a “travelling down memory lane” kind of mood.
Glamorous and buzzing Macau has a lot to offer even for those on a shoe-string budget. Find out the coolest and free things to do in Macau.
Walking around Macau can be a great historical and cultural adventure. Let’s explore what’s in our backyard and check out some of Macau’s oldest streets!
Craving a fresh and tasty salad? Quinoa, lettuce or pasta based, there’s something for everyone! Read on to find the best salad spots in town.