Hong Kong is always filled with creative and energetic vibes. Check out our list below for rewarding experiences that will make September extra special.
- 3 November, 2018
- by Macau Lifestyle
The Ritz-Carlton Bar and Lounge will have an afternoon tea inspired by Giuseppe Zanotti’s new collection, which was specially designed for the Chinese market. This special meal is full of savory and sweet snacks, tea and even champagne! Available from November 8 to January 15, 2019.
- 20 October, 2018
- by Julienne Raboca
Head to the Mandarin Oriental, Macau for an afternoon tea fix with a difference. They’ve decided to change things up a bit recently and they now have some healthy and fancy alternative high tea offerings at the Lobby Lounge.
- 3 September, 2018
- by Macau Lifestyle
Wynn Macau has an awesome new themed afternoon tea set to coincide and complement the interactive LED art installation on display along the Wynn Macau waterfront promenade on display during Mid-Autumn Festival.
- 28 August, 2018
- by Hannah Estenilo
Macau has plenty of great eateries serving snacks to help fill the afternoon gastronomic void between lunch and dinner. Check out our top five, tried and tested and proven places to keep your bellies rested (at least until evening)!
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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!
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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.