Macau Nightlife

What to Do at Night in Macau

A flourishing clubbing scene is slowly but surely emerging within the city, putting the tacky hostess bars that are placed on the casino strip in their place. For pub crawls head down to Lan Kwai Fong, where the bars sit in close proximity to one another. For something a bit more up market The Docs and casino bars are a great place to enjoy a Martini in chic surroundings, albeit an expensive one. In line with the rest of Asia, Karaoke is popular; both private and open rooms can be enjoyed.

Casinos in Macau Casinos in Macau

Macau has long been Asia’s gaming capital. In the past the casinos were all owned by billionaire Stanley Ho but they have since opened their doors to many new investors, including foreigners. Read More...

Coloane Island Nightlife Coloane Island Nightlife

Known as the most peaceful island among Macau's three, Coloane Island's nightlife is an alternative choice for you to relax in a more tranquil, even romantic, and laid back setting.

Macau Outer Harbour Nightlife Outer Harbour Nightlife

While Macau’s nightlife is still in its infancy, it is proving to be fairly wild in its formative years. Pretty much a 24-hour part of town, the casinos always welcome guests in for a drink. Read More...

Taipa Island Nightlife Taipa Island Nightlife

The vast majority of Macau’s famous nightlife occurs within the casinos or down at the Outer Harbour. Taipa has a vast assortment of restaurants where good food and drink can be enjoyed. Read More...

Macau Inner Harbour Nightlife Macau Inner Harbour Nightlife

Known as the most tranquil in comparison to the other areas on the Macau Peninsula, Inner Harbour is far from the daze and craze of the city. The only nightlife highlight for the area is the greyhound racing. However, the Casino capital of the East and other electric nightlife venues in both Peninsula Downtown and Outer Harbour are easily accessible by public transportation and taxi services.

Downtown Macau Nightlife Downtown Macau Nightlife

Downtown Macau is an area best frequented by day when it is at its most lively. Evenings take on a more placid allure. Still, night walks around the ruins of St Paul’s and Largo de Senado show the area under another light, away from the hordes of tourists that invade downtown Macau by day.


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