Shopping in Macau

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Shopping in Macau

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  • gemini8888
    Taipei, Taiwan10 contributions
    It was a great place to stay and since friends invite so stay there for a night. It was great to be in Macau after not going there for a long time. A time to relax and chill.
    Written January 28, 2024
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  • JHL
    Seoul, South Korea8,836 contributions
    It's the quite long performance of fantastic lights and delicacy.
    Very amazing. Good to stop by and watch for 10~20 min.
    Written March 29, 2019
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  • TheOExpress🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇭🇰
    Hong Kong, China4,574 contributions
    …in that it currently seems semi-deserted but the range and scale of buildings in what is essentially as long mall with a performing space attached is quite something to behold. Some of the details are wonderful and if you visit early morning, you will have the place pretty much to yourself.
    Written May 1, 2023
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  • Steve K
    New Taipei, Taiwan737 contributions
    Great to chill out and have a nice cuppa at the cafe whilst browsing some awesome locally designed wares. There’s a performance space and lots more.

    A calm oasis of creativity that we will happily return to.
    Written August 5, 2018
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China159,659 contributions
    St. Joseph has long been one of my favourite of the UNESCO World Heritage churches scattered across the Historic Centre of Macau. Here you find a charming church on Rua do Seminario just a couple minutes walk southwest of St. Lawrence's Church. The seminary and church was constructed by the Jesuits in 1758 and has a rich local history as a centre of Christian missionary around Asia. Opening hours are 10am to 5pm daily and entry is free.

    What you will see is church placed up a set of steps, just like the old Church of Mater Dei (called the Ruins of St. Paul's) and delightful facade and charming interior makes for a very nice sightseeing experience but with a fraction of the number of tourists as what you see at fellow World Heritage attractions around Senado Square. Further, like St. Dominic's Church, there is adjacent Treasure of the Sacred Arts Museum at St. Joseph's if you want to see 18th to early 20th century religious artefacts. Allow 20-30 minutes for a combined visit of the church and museum.
    Written December 2, 2023
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  • Mukta M
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India564 contributions
    We had a wonderful time - it was like entering a magical world. There were different zones. The first one made us feel as if we are in a video game or a flash drive .
    The next one made us feel like we were in a valley of flowers.
    The one where we had the most fun was the place where small people live, as we could create and re-create, and create all over again according to our imagination, we spent so much time in this little room, having so much fun.
    Lastly, We could jump and play hopscotch, we did the slide. My kid did a very fun trampoline.
    We drew we colored, and could see our drawings hopping around everywhere around us . It was truly a magical experience.
    Any photo or video of this place cannot do the justice of how we felt there.
    The only drawback here I felt was that I could not see any sign for which zone is where and because of which I missed a really interesting one.
    Written November 24, 2023
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  • jie l
    11 contributions
    Nanpingyaxu is an tea restaurant that opens in 1968. It is the oldest tea restaurant and it is the first restaurant that has air conditioners in Macau. It is located in Rua Cinco de Outubro, which was once a prosperous street in Macau. Now it is not as prosperous as it used to be, instead, it remains a strong flavor of local life.
    When I first went there, what attracted me a lot was the decoration. Wooden tables and chairs, floral tiles, ceiling fans, it was old-style and Macaunism.
    Waiters and waitresses were old people, they were experienced. When we ordered the food, they didn't write it down, they just listened and repeated it to the cook. When we paid for the meal, they didn't use the calculator, just made a quick calculation and told us the price.
    As for the food, Nanpingyaxu is famous for its sandwich. I prefer cheese& ham& egg sandwich, egg is thick and tender, toast is not baked, it is very delicious.
    The restaurant is located in an alley, so it is a little difficult for people to find it and for cars to get in. So visitors are supposed to walk to the restaurant with friends or family. The price is affordable.
    Written April 19, 2016
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China159,659 contributions
    There is presently an interesting Tulip Garden exhibition in the Rotunda of the Shoppes at Parisian. This is a 35-metre tall rotunda that resembles what you will see at Galeries Lafayette in Paris. The Rotunda also has a replica Fontaine des Mars that is presently surrounded by over 50 giant tulip artworks that reach up to 5 metres in height.

    The Tulip Garden exhibition is the work of Chinese artist Xuan Qing and make for interesting distraction from shopping, dining and browsing at The Shoppes at Parisian. Not sure how long the Tulip Garden exhibition to be held but it is a fun experience if you happen to catch it at Parisian this summer.
    Written June 20, 2023
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  • Web_74
    Constant37 contributions
    This is apparently the best and perhaps only shopping mall in Macau. I went mostly to see the supermarket and the food court.

    I was hoping I would be able to buy some western things in the supermarket that I cannot buy on the mainland, or at least at a good price. There were a few things but not as many as I would have hoped. Was looking for Chamomile tea, which they had, but it was not cheap. Bought some organic maple syrup instead. They did seem to have a great bakery section, but the line was too long so I didn't wait.

    The food court on the top floor looked good. It's not a huge selection but the prices were very reasonable. Couldn't figure out how to order so I left! lol. You don't order at each food stand, there is some kind of centralised system. I could order on the machine but not use my wechat or alipay because I am a HK citizen.
    Written January 3, 2022
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  • GlobetrotterJ16
    Seoul, South Korea2,017 contributions
    The Promenade shopping mall at Galaxy is one of the better ones in Macau, especially in Cotai. The shops cover everything from main street to high end brands, plus there are many restaurants and cafes as well. Best thing the promenade is easy to navigate, can't get lost, only two floors, easy to go just with the flow. Some of the other malls in Cotai are just so large and spread out which makes it less enjoyable to stroll around.
    Written December 15, 2019
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  • Anand Sethi
    Hong Kong, China95 contributions
    Macao is all about Gambling and many new activities for family. Unfortunately, our recent experience suggest this city is made only for Mainland tourist and the Government does not want foreigners to visit this city anymore. This is the truth. Reason? Almost 95% of the hotel and casinos are on Taipa Island in an area called Cotai Strip. Not even one international cuisine restaurant you will find, in any hotel, any food court. You will only find Chinese food in all hotels and food court. The only international brand are garbage food like McDonalds, Starbucks and Shake Shack. Nothing else is available. Some Italian restaurants are there in pm so the o you option is to go to Macao city Center and search for food. You will not find a single Pizza Hut, Subway, Dominos, Dunkin, anything international is hard to find and most restaurants close by 10 pm maximum and including McDonalds. The MCDonalds in the hotel are super pricey. The normal rate for an Apple Pie is 9.00 HKD at the hotel you will pay HKD 21.00 and for a meal it is 43.00 HKD and in the hotel McDonald you will end up paying, depending on the meal between HKD 85.00-120.00 for each meal. Not worth it. Very sad to see the food scene being so poor in Macao especially near the gambling areas of Cotai…..
    Written October 16, 2023
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China159,659 contributions
    The three room gallery on the ground floor of the historic Leal Senado building is a designated IAM Gallery and is presently holding an interesting exhibition pertaining to the evolution of advertising in Macau, particularly during the 20th-century. There are interesting displays relating to soft drink, cinema, restaurant promotions, making use of historic items from the past. It is an interesting exhibition worth a few minutes of your time if visiting Leal Senado during the next few months.
    Written January 3, 2024
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  • luxuryvoyage
    Switzerland3,351 contributions
    Identical to the Canal shops in Las Vegas but much bigger. Beautifully designed with the canals and the houses. What we liked even better: Spectacular light show on the facade of the hotel at night. Be sure to check it out!
    Written July 23, 2020
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China159,659 contributions
    New Yaohan is a long standing local department store in Macau that has introduced a new place with an interesting open layout and shopping concept on the LV 2 of The Bazar shopping area at Grand Lisboa Palace. Opening hours are 10am to 10pm daily.

    What you'll find is a large scale open format split into various retail areas along with gourmet food and supermarket area. There is also a significant amount of space allocated for local toy shop called Kid's Cavern, which might make for an appealing reason for those with families to visit. It is an interesting new retail and shopping experience at The Bazar that visitors may want to check out while staying or spending time at Grand Lisboa Palace.
    Written March 14, 2023
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  • Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴
    Macau, China2,248 contributions
    There are six DFS (Duty Free Shops) Galleria shops in Macau, each located along the Cotai Strip including the branch at the Shoppes at Four Seasons. Opening hours at this DFS are 10am to 11pm daily with extended hours until 12am on Friday and Saturday nights.

    This is the highest end DFS Galleria. You'll find a range of midrange brands as well as an extensive variety of high-end and luxury brand cosmetics, fashion and clothing, accessories, jewellery, watches and other related products. As you'll find with all DFS shops, the shopping area is brightly lit, there are plenty of staff around and there is free wifi.
    Written May 23, 2019
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