Macau has dozens of beautiful gardens to check out, so be sure to read this article and select the ones you find best and head there with your camera!
- 5 June, 2019
- by Macau Lifestyle
Did you know Macau was divided into parishes? The city’s old Catholic roots make for more than a history lesson. These structures played a vital role then and now as it continues to stand along impressively in each area that defines many of Macau’s beautiful landscapes.
- 7 April, 2019
- by Janet Lin
Get away from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong and go on a nature hike on the Olympic Trail. Here’s our ultimate tour guide of the Olympic Trail from Tung Chung to Mui Wo.
We selected the best dishes from Terrazza Italian Restaurant at Galaxy Macau for an authentic Italian feast. Just bring a good company and come hungry!
An exciting dining experience awaits guests at Yamazato Japanese Fine Dining with new Executive Chef Morihiro Takeda at the helm.
Shopping is another thing that’s a must-do in Macau besides checking out the sights. Shop till you drop at these shopping havens in Macau.
Is Macau a country? If you’re unsure of anything to do with Macau, let’s get educated with a quick Q&A of the most asked questions about this fair city!
If you intend to visit, live or work in Macau, check out our guide to Macau’s visa policy and work visa rules covering the basics of how to go about it.
Kids with a healthy lifestyle at a young age are more likely to be healthier in the future. Thus, here’s a list of activities in Macau perfect for kids!
2019 marks the Macau Holy House of Mercy’s 450th anniversary. Its main building is in the city center and remains an important part of Macau’s history.
His third Michelin Star in January and in June, #1 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, we sat down with Chef Mauro to congratulate him and ask what’s next.
Are you a vintage and history buff? If so, here’s all about one of the most successful businesses of the 20th century in Macau, its firecracker industry!
Macau has one more place full of Portuguese pastries, specifically from Sintra! Ramalhão is in town with queijadas, travesseiros and much more!
Alain Ducasse at Morpheus took home two Michelin stars within the first six months of its opening, and has been high on our list of “to try” establishments.
Find out where to learn languages in Macau. Be it Cantonese, Mandarin, English, Portuguese or French, there are several options to choose from!
We speak to Angela Leong on Macau as an art and cultural exchange platform, the role of women in business and her private art collection.