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Macau At Night

Macau at night is full of vibrant and exciting entertainment options.

It’s one of Asia’s hottest nightlife destinations, so you’re in for a treat.

Macau At Night, Casinos, Nightlife, Activities, Things To Do, Attractions

Macau is well-known for its world-class casinos and gaming. There’s lots of that to choose from, with more than 40 casinos. After all, it is the gaming capital of the region and for good reason. Countless casinos are open 24 hours a day: try your luck at The Venetian, the largest casino in the world. Other top casinos include City of Dreams, Grand Lisboa, Rio Casino, Wynn Casino, and many more.

The seemingly endless parties also make Macau so much fun at night. Head over to the Wynn’s Wing Lei Bar, an upscale salon decorated with plush seats, gilded mouldings, semi-precious stones, and mirrors for a truly luxurious evening. They are well-known for excellent cocktails and glamorous drinks.

MacauSoul is another great place for wine lovers who enjoy having a few glasses and charcuterie or other small plates. They often play jazz music, plus it’s just a few minutes away from the Ruins of St Paul’s.

For laid-back drinks, head to the Old Taipa Tavern, a gastropub famous among the expat community. It’s a fantastic place to go for drinks at the end of the day or watch sports with your friends.

When planning your evening out, booking a table in advance is always recommended. However, if you prefer to indulge in something cultural, you’ll be glad to know there are also many theatrical and musical performances. The schedule constantly changes, so check out any upcoming shows before your trip.

Additionally, people of all ages can enjoy The House of Dancing Water, an iconic attraction in the City of Dreams.

At night, Macau offers endless possibilities and adventure.

About the author

Holiday Point

Michael created and runs the Macau Travel Hub website, as well as the Holiday Point travel brand that incorporates a network of 16 location based travel information and attraction websites around Australia, Asia, and around the world.

With 25+ years of online experience and a passion for travel (having visited Macau many times and walked around nearly every single part of the City), Michael not only researches and writes content for the website, he also tinkers behind the scenes with the website functionality & design.

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