Here are a few fun things you might not know about the Mid-autumn Festival.
- 22 August, 2018
- by Sally Victoria Benson
As the global authority in luxury travel, Forbes Travel Guide needs no introduction and Gerard J. Inzerillo, the CEO, shouldn’t need much introducing either. We caught up with him to chat about Macau, and to see how future trends, technology, and sustainability will impact the hospitality industry.
- 11 June, 2018
- by Joana Estrela
Macau’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it also has some hidden gems that are not quite on the tourist map and shouldn’t be missed!
Explore “Art Macao: International Art Exhibition” happening at Macao Museum of Art. In case you get lost amongst the art, here’s a list of the highlights!
MGM Cotai presents “Hua Yuan”, showcasing traditional Chinese ink paintings in a contemporary manner with nature and Macau as its backdrop.
“Grace Kelly: From Hollywood to Monaco–Artists’ Tributes” follows Princess Grace’s life story and features unique pieces of invaluable royal collections from Monaco.
The National Art Museum of China has brought “Beauty in the New Era” to the Macao Museum of Art as part of Art Macao and the 30th Macao Arts Festival.
The summer is about to get a whole lot hotter and it seems there is no escape from the blasting sun.
Here are the top five public swimming pools found in Macau, Taipa, and Coloane!
Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with delicious mooncakes! Here are the best places to get them in Macau so grab your phones and book before they run out.
There’s nothing quite like great musical acts paired with good food and drinks. Check out these cool places for cool live tunes!
San Ma Lou is a long avenue connecting Praia Grande to the Inner Harbour and carries great historical significance that has become one of Macau’s lifelines.
Western breakfasts are not so ubiquitous in Macau but there are some absolute gems serving up amazing brekkie in this city and here are our top picks!
Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa is behind the captivating dishes at Chiado, making food fused from the Iberian Peninsula leaving a diners a remarkable experience.