Macau Outer Harbour Shopping
Where to Shop and What to Buy in Macau Outer Harbour
The Outer Harbour is definitely an area where you can test the strength of your plastic currency. Reminiscent of London’s Bond Street or Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui, this is the place to do some serious shopping. Thanks to its duty free status brand label clothes, antiques and home furnishings can all be bought at significantly cheaper prices. Whether you are a bargain hunter, antique collector or real big spender, the Outer Harbour sets the stage for some conspicuous consumption, all at duty free prices.
All Shopping Places in Macau Outer Harbour
Fisherman’s Wharf (Doca dos Pescadores) is a large (111,500sqm) theme park, with various port 'towns' – among them Miami, New Orleans, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Venice, the Italian Riviera and Cape Town. The area, within walking distance of the ferry terminal, features shops, restaurants, nightlife, an amusement park and amphitheatre.
The vast assortment of shops at Fisherman’s Wharf rivals any of the world's shopping capitals. The first large-scale addition to Macau’s shopping scene beyond the casinos, it features over 150 stores and making your way around them all can take some time. Once a peaceful fishing community Fisherman's Wharf nowadays is anything but, and is on the list of top worldwide one-stop entertainment destinations. Read More...
- Location: By the Hong Kong-Macau ferry pier
- Remarks: Entrance is free
New Yaohan Department Store is the biggest department store in Macau. Built and run by the Japanese business house Yaohan, this huge department store has a variety of food choices and an impressive food court. Just opposite to the reclaimed land of the Macau Ferry Terminal, the New Yaohan Department Store is filled with a full range of Japanese electronic appliances and cameras along with clothes and cosmetics. Inspired by the typical Japanese department store design, the building brings a touch of Japan to Macau.
- Location: Behind Grand Emperor Hotel
The best place in town to pick up wine is indeed Asia’s first museum dedicated to the art of wine drinking – the Wine Museum. In approximately 1,400sqm of space, the museum features thousands of bottles of Portuguese, Macanese and Chinese wines.
With over 300 kinds of wine on offer, finding that unique bottle for a special occasion is easily done - especially with the museum's wine tasting option. The museum is divided into three main parts: The area of the history of wine-making; the area of the collection of wine and that of wine display. Here, you can make an informed decision on what wine you can choose.
Not only a casino, but a world-class shopping centre, featuring a variety of clothes, jewellry, shoes, furniture and sport shops, the Wynn Esplanade retails Bulgari, Hugo Boss, Rolex and many more luxury items.
The world-class shopping of Macau is nowhere better demonstrated than at the Wynn, where high-quality brands can be purchased at cheap prices. The shopping here brings to life the phrase – 'shop till you drop', and when you do a bar or restaurant is never too far away. Read More...