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Nightlife and casinos in Macau

macau skylineIn fact, Macao generates more revenue than Las Vegas. It is the oldest European Chinese colony and the last to gain independence from the yoke of colonial domination. However, when you stroll through the streets of Macau today, you can still see the remains of the Portuguese occupation.

Macau by night

The city of Macau now has 33 different casinos. They are all managed by the local government and follow a common set of guidelines and rules.
Macau nightlife is mainly divided into three areas or different categories, downtown, the inner harbour and outer port.

  • Downtown Macau: frequented mainly by day, this area tends to be quieter and more relaxing in the evening
  • Internal harbour: much more peaceful than the external port district
  • External harbour: the most active hub for nightclubs

Night life in Macau


Here are three selections for good places to enjoy the nightlife in Macau:

Bellini Lounge

You would have never guessed, but one of the most user-friendly bars of Macau is located at the casino The Venetian, the largest gaming venue and most popular casino in the city. Despite its luxurious appearance, this lounge bar is very simple and welcoming.

Cinnebar

You can enjoy cocktails original and unpublished, and enjoy the largest map of Macao beverages, all in the refined setting of a truly unique bar. You can spend a quiet evening or this bar can be the starting point for your nocturnal sorties.

Fashion Club

If you cannot support the weekend crowds this is not the best place for you. Located in the neighbourhood of Fisherman's Wharf (fishing pier), the karaoke is also a night club.

The casinos of Macau really stand out on the world stage

The Venetian
The largest casino in Macau opens 24/7, 365 days a year. It offers more than 50 000 square metres dedicated to gaming, with 3 400 slot machines and 800 table games, 3000 suites and a congress and business centre.

Here are the other most important casinos

 

  • City of Dreams: 1 500 slot machines and 550 gaming tables
  • Galaxy Cotai Mega Resort: 1,000 slot machines, 348 gaming tables and 2,000 hotel rooms
  • Macau Studio City: about 45,000 square metres dedicated to the game with more than 400 gaming tables and a number not to be disclosed of slot machines
  • MGM Grand Macau: 1,035 slot machines, 345 table games and 600 hotel rooms
  • Wynn Macau: 375 slot machines, 212 gaming tables, 600 rooms of hotel and restaurants