Macau’s culture is vast and quite eclectic. Discover Macau’s Little Burma near Three Lamps District and experience this unique culture.
- 12 July, 2017
- by Sally Victoria Benson
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.
This November, Macau is teeming with cool and interesting events, with seasonal deals, dining, art and more, so make your plans now!
Some people wait the whole year to have the pleasure of eating hairy crab, only available during Autumn. Learn where to have it!
Some pieces of art are in the most prominent spots, but there are some artwork that remain hidden in Macau. Here’s where you can find them!
Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau is strongly committed to elevating the city’s cultural and artistic scene with workshops, tours and more!
Check out our list of the best, sweetest, flakiest, and creamiest desserts to decide where to get your French dessert fix in Macau!. Bon appétit!
As breakfast is the most important meal of the day, here’re our favorite cafes in Macau to head to for a hearty breakfast!
Macau is full of parks and leisure areas that feature some amazing play areas. Here’s a list of the best playgrounds in Macau for the tykes!
After a long day at work, you need a relaxing place to unwind. We have the best places in Macau for happy hour deals on drinks and snacks!
Coloane is home to most of the hiking trails in town. We walked them all and came up with the most comprehensive Coloane hiking trails guide.
Located in Coloane Village, open-air Nga Tim serves some of the best noodles in town, plus numerous Macau-inspired dishes to die for!
Discover some Macau fashion brands that are making waves due to the fabulous designers behind each of their fresh and genius creations.
A nature and music lover, Dave Wan crafts eco-friendly furniture in Macau. Zawood was born from the wish to keep up his family’s business.
The world of mixology often proves to be as diverse and surprising as the one of gastronomy. Exercising talent and immense creativity, Macau’s bartenders keep creating signature cocktails that impress us with both flavors and presentation. If you are tired and bored with mojitos and negronis and need tips on what else to try, check out our guide to Macau’s best cocktails.
When art and history collections are inspected, it’s time to learn things that even locals might not know. Read on to plan a visit to Macau’s quirkiest museums.
Is there a more popular and beloved French pastry than the almighty croissant? We doubled our fitness hours and tried dozens of pastries to come up with the list of the best croissants in Macau!
Every tourist coming to Macau can make a fast conclusion that cookies and pastries here are held in high regard. Where do you start, and what do you eat? To get acquainted with a curious word of local sweets, check our guide to the Chinese pastries in Macau.
Santa Rosa de Lima is a well-known school in Macau, but did you know what it was in the 19th century? Discover more about this place here!
Here are some of the best English-friendly adult activities Macau has to offer. From yoga to dancing, the city has it all!
Whether it is cool cocktails, stunning design, or engaging conversations with a bartender, Bar Patuá has a lot to offer. Learn more in our review!
Opt for something different than a club sandwich. Check our list of alternative munches with Asian flavors in Macau and where to eat them.
Make the effort to get up 30 minutes earlier from tomorrow onwards and check out any of these stunning running routes in Macau.
Unwilling to leave your fur child behind while you stroll the streets of Macau? Here are pet-friendly cafes in Macau for you to bring your furry friend to!
Picnics are the best way to enjoy nature, good company and food. Here’re the best picnic spots in Macau for your friends and family to enjoy!
For carnivorous cravings, a good juicy steak would definitely hit the spot. Macau boasts amazing steakhouses and here are the best in the city!
Did you know that Jetfoils were originally for the military? Find out more about these Macau ferries that travel between Hong Kong and Macau!
Dating back to the 17th century, the Macau Police or Polícia de Segurança Pública has a rich and interesting history. Read on to find out more
Jao Tsung-I was a key figure in the study of ancient literature and history, as well as a prolific Chinese calligraphy artist.
Korlouyeah is a local web editor who photographs Macau and its people. We sat down with the artist to know more about his creative eye.