Growing up in Macau meant enjoying both Eastern and Western traditions and come February or late January, nothing gets more exciting than the red packets, hóngbāo in Mandarin or Lai Si in Cantonese.
- 10 October, 2018
- by Suzanne Watkinson
With Macau property prices going up, many people are investing abroad in places like Australia. Here are the reasons why!
- 29 September, 2018
- by Macau Lifestyle
Come and take a walk with us as we head north and visit Fai Chi Kei, a unique district in the northwest corner of the peninsula, at the northern edge of the Inner Harbor area.
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.