New Yaohan Department Store

New Yaohan Department Store

New Yaohan Department Store
3.5
12:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 8:30 PM
About
A DEPARTMENT STORE GROWING WITH MACAU New Yaohan is the only and well-loved all-in-one department store in Macau. Growing with our shining city, it is our mission to serve the local residents and our visitors. We strive and thrive to become the premier in retail industry, as well as a trustworthy and sustainable business to our employees, partners, customers and the community. In our rapid growing market, our long-standing heritage sets us apart from the strong market competition. With our long-established brand name in Macau, we are determined to be the most recognized retailer in Macau, the entertainment capital and named “Las Vegas of the Oriental”.
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3.5 of 5 bubbles103 reviews
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Leonhkny
Hong Kong, China19,593 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023
This is the only Japanese-style department store in Macau. New Yaohan is the typical place for shopping with boutiques ranging from apparel, electronics to luxuries. More for locals, it does not really offer anything particularly interesting. Most of the brands are also available elsewhere.
Written April 1, 2023
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Never4inluvagain
Singapore, Singapore480 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Solo
I took free casino shuttle bus to here. Good store. Many PRC buying cosmetic. I had lunch here. The fiesta provided free WiFi, you can access FB.
Written February 22, 2020
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Lydiakalliane
Munich, Germany196 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2014 • Family
Staff was extremely inpolite and arrogant. We were on a business trip from Europe to Hong Kong and made a one-day visit to Macao. We bought some sweets before taking the boat back to Hong Kong. Myself being Asian it was obvious that staff treated Europeans differently from Asian looking women. They let you think that you are the Phillippine nany of the child. How come that these people feel enabled to look down on others and discriminate others in such a way?
Written November 20, 2014
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Leo R
Macau, China45 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2016 • Friends
Shop here only if you must. Otherwise, wait until you get back home.

It's really more of a consignment type store, each section of a floor managed differently, not really a modern department store.

The staff speaks only two words of English- "VIP Card?" So if you don't speak local Cantonese, best to avoid.
Written September 24, 2016
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Brad
Hong Kong, China172,972 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Couples
New Yaohan is Macau's only true department store, found on South Bay Commercial Road, around 5 minutes walk to Senado Square and the rest of the historic city centre.

Here you will find eight floors of mostly midrange brand name products that are commonly associated with department store or mall shopping needs; including; clothing, footwear, accessories, furniture, toys, stationary, gifts, games, toys.

The top floors of New Yaohan include a decent supermarket, a food court and a Gloria Jean's coffee shop. The popular Angela's Cafe can be located on the first floor at New Yaohan as well.

There is a smaller New Yaohan branch located at the Outer Harbour Ferry terminal which opened in 2010.

In the end, New Yaohan is a rather average department store and pails in comparison to the likes of SOGO in Hong Kong. However, beyond the luxury end malls attached to Macau's major hotel and casinos, this is the largest, consolidated form of accessible shopping available in the city.
Written April 23, 2014
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wasseryharp
Bangkok, Thailand33 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2013 • Friends
For me, it's small department store.
(I'm thai and maybe i have to note that in BKK we have enormous department stores.)
So it's not so attractive for me.

Anyway, it's a good place to feel local live.
It has super market above, that you can buy what macau people buy, included macau beer.
And it has food center, that you can taste what macau people have.

The food center system is different from where i've been.
You have to check which menu you want and remember the number of it.
Then you go to the cashier, tell the number and pay for it.
You'll receive a bill slip. And please give the slip to where you want to buy the menu.
Wait for your food to be cooked, and enjoy!
Written April 24, 2013
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Simon G
1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Couples
The New Yaohan Department Store is BIG Multi Levelled Mall on the Macau side of Macao. Located across the street from The Grand Emperor Hotel - not to be confused with the The Emperor Hotel, and the mall is near the well known AIA building. The mall sells everything one can imagine. Not cheap. Be weary of hanging out in this place on Saturday/Sunday afternoon - Sunday being the most mobbed by, well, everyone. Go early if you eed to go on a weekend.

Go to the 7th floor, I think it's the 7th, to enjoy decent inexpensive food. There are elevators.
Written April 12, 2018
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kIaihC
Penang75 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013 • Friends
Am not sure of the actual ownership history but I was under the impression there was a previous Japanese departmental store chain which kind of disappeared about 10 years back?!

Anyway if you happen to be staying nearby and don't feel you want to walk about outside, you can try shipping here. Don't expect off-the-beaten track stuff but you get your usual American/European imported wares. There is a food court all the way upstairs as well as a grocery section on the floor before.

Someone told me it's one of the biggest - I suppose if you consider it being wholy then yeah... but doesn't beat those mega malls in US or even over the border in China.
Written July 28, 2013
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gsa76
18 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Solo
it's a 8 storey shopping mall.

the products there are in the higher end (of course the price too) but extensive.

there's a famous cafe (Angela cafe) and bakery (Lao fo ye). I didn't try so can't comment.

went to their food court. it's central payment system. just like the food court in changi airport. except at changi airport you will select your meal and payment via kiosks but the payment is collect by a cashier. just visit the stall check out the menu, remember the number. tell the cashier the number and stall name if possible (*they speak mainly Cantonese but they are able to speak Chinese and some English).

I had roasted duck and roasted pork set, which comes with soup and blanch veg. very big serving lots of rice (please let the stall knows that you want less rice, so not to waste), the meat are in big chunk too. tasty soup. not cheap but would say the food quality is not bad but will be better if the roasted items are not so cold. maybe because of the aircon and I choose not to add sauce to my roast duck).

will go back to try other stall next time.
Written November 24, 2018
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Melanie
Johor Bahru, Malaysia76 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Couples
Wide selection of products. Cosmetics, clothes, breads, etc. they is also have a restaurant cafe where you must try ( Angela's Cafe ). Overall, great experience shopping in this establishment.
Written July 19, 2015
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