An authentic old-school tea lounge, serving dim sum brunch and fragrant teas.
Tiny coffee shop with two stories that serves delicious coffee including a mocha. Choose your own local chocolate bar to melt into your drink.
Part of a mini-chain with locations in the Philippines and Japan, this bakery lures you in with flaky egg tarts.
Festive and vast, this Portuguese restaurant is big on seafood and fish, especially cod, and features an expansive wine list.
A cozy and inviting restaurant on the island of Taipa, Litoral specializes in traditional Macanese dishes like stuffed suckling pig and rich stews.
In this Michelin-recommended establishment, Portuguese favorites are elevated with expert touches.
The Mandarin doesn’t house a casino. Instead, it offers an an infinity pool overlooking the river, dim sum breakfast in a stylish, contemporary Asian dining room and other plush touches.
Modern and impressive, this hotel houses a Clarins spa, Turkish steam baths in the rooms and extravagant design.
Offering a modern and reserved take on Macanese luxury, the St. Regis combines classic design and great service with sweeping city views.
The futuristic museum is a must-see, from the building, designed by the world-renowned architect I.M. Pei, to the clever exhibits.
In the heart of Taipa, this busy street is the home of many local restaurant and souvenir shops.
A traditional Chinese residential compound built before 1869 that fell into disrepair and is now a stunning ruin turned museum.
A unique collection of local historic buildings, the Taipa Houses is an architectural gem, combining a shop, art and historic artifacts.
Built in 1865, this is the first modern lighthouse on the Chinese coast, and an important landmark for Macao.
In this stylish boutique, you’ll find jewelry and crafts by local designers.
Beautiful handmade leather bags and accessories.
Spectacular even by Macanese standards, the huge ferris wheel at the Studio City hotel is shaped like a figure 8 and stands for a quite thrilling experience.