Shopping in Macau

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Shopping in Macau

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  • anamadail❤️
    Macau, China107 contributions
    First time to check inn at this hotel and they have a good service ,We went here to celebrate my 10th birthday of my son ,The room is cleaned and very classy,They have fruit amenities.Im very impressed by this property and the employees at the COD.Thank you again
    Written 5 June 2021
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  • G2Kpauly
    Melbourne, Australia1,421 contributions
    I enjoyed a quick walk around this place. There are shops, restaurants,amazing sea views of the bridge and old colloseam replica.
    Written 20 January 2020
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  • JHL
    Seoul, South Korea7,916 contributions
    It's the quite long performance of fantastic lights and delicacy.
    Very amazing. Good to stop by and watch for 10~20 min.
    Written 29 March 2019
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  • Snowball's adventure
    Barnet, UK6,679 contributions
    We came to the Parisian Shopping Centre by coincidence whilst we were looking for a restaurant for lunch, but what a present surprise!

    The Parisian Shoppes is a relatively new shopping centre as it was only opened to the public in Sep16. It is a very elegant and spacious shopping centre with more than 300,000 square feet. It houses over 20 restaurants/ food kiosks, 141 shops and a 1,200-seat theatre. Its main landmarks include a half-scale Eiffel Tower, a large fountain and the atrium. The shopping centre is located right below the Parisian hotel and it is connected to Four Seasons' shoppes and the Grand Canal Shoppes.

    Comparing to the Grand Canal Shoppes, the Parisian Shoppes actually looks grander and It's also more easy to walk due to it has fewer people. Its shops are also posher and bigger. (i.e. its high-end shops are such as Versace, Gucci, Louis Vuitton...etc ) Its food court is smaller but also quieter than the Venetian's food court. More importantly, the interior of the Parisian Shopping Centre is more close to Las Vegas' shopping centres' standard than the other shopping centres in Macau. Highly recommended if you're around!
    Written 4 July 2019
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  • Web_74
    Constant37 contributions
    This is apparently the best and perhaps only shopping mall in Macau. I went mostly to see the supermarket and the food court.

    I was hoping I would be able to buy some western things in the supermarket that I cannot buy on the mainland, or at least at a good price. There were a few things but not as many as I would have hoped. Was looking for Chamomile tea, which they had, but it was not cheap. Bought some organic maple syrup instead. They did seem to have a great bakery section, but the line was too long so I didn't wait.

    The food court on the top floor looked good. It's not a huge selection but the prices were very reasonable. Couldn't figure out how to order so I left! lol. You don't order at each food stand, there is some kind of centralised system. I could order on the machine but not use my wechat or alipay because I am a HK citizen.
    Written 3 January 2022
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  • jie l
    11 contributions
    Nanpingyaxu is an tea restaurant that opens in 1968. It is the oldest tea restaurant and it is the first restaurant that has air conditioners in Macau. It is located in Rua Cinco de Outubro, which was once a prosperous street in Macau. Now it is not as prosperous as it used to be, instead, it remains a strong flavor of local life.
    When I first went there, what attracted me a lot was the decoration. Wooden tables and chairs, floral tiles, ceiling fans, it was old-style and Macaunism.
    Waiters and waitresses were old people, they were experienced. When we ordered the food, they didn't write it down, they just listened and repeated it to the cook. When we paid for the meal, they didn't use the calculator, just made a quick calculation and told us the price.
    As for the food, Nanpingyaxu is famous for its sandwich. I prefer cheese& ham& egg sandwich, egg is thick and tender, toast is not baked, it is very delicious.
    The restaurant is located in an alley, so it is a little difficult for people to find it and for cars to get in. So visitors are supposed to walk to the restaurant with friends or family. The price is affordable.
    Written 19 April 2016
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  • Lian Tiong G
    Subang Jaya, Malaysia3,598 contributions
    St. Joseph Seminary Building was built in 1728 and the Church was built in 1758 is a fine example of batoque architecture. Inside the Church lies one of Macau's most valuable religious relics and it is calm and peaceful in the church. From this seminary Jesuit misdiinaries fanned put across China, Japan anf around the region to spread Christianity.
    Written 19 April 2019
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China146,637 contributions
    Boulevard is a 35,000 square metre shopping area in the Studio City hotel that is designed to resemble a NYC street. Think Venetian (Venice canals) and Parisian (Paris Streets) and you'll know what to expect of the Boulevard shopping area at Studio City (NYC). It is all in good fun even if overly touristy.

    Sadly, at this time, like the many shopping arcades and attached Shoppes along the properties on the Cotai Strip, The Boulevard is basically closed down due to the Coronavirus Outbreak. All shops with the exception of one Chinese restaurant and Starbucks were had shut their doors when I passed by last week.

    Related, the entertainment venues and restaurants at Studio City are closed down at this time as well. They will likely remain so until the borders and casinos in Macau are allowed to reopen, allowing tourists to flow back into Macau.
    Written 14 February 2020
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  • GlobetrotterJ16
    Seoul, South Korea1,790 contributions
    The Promenade shopping mall at Galaxy is one of the better ones in Macau, especially in Cotai. The shops cover everything from main street to high end brands, plus there are many restaurants and cafes as well. Best thing the promenade is easy to navigate, can't get lost, only two floors, easy to go just with the flow. Some of the other malls in Cotai are just so large and spread out which makes it less enjoyable to stroll around.
    Written 15 December 2019
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  • Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴
    Macau, China2,248 contributions
    There are six DFS (Duty Free Shops) Galleria shops in Macau, each located along the Cotai Strip including the branch at the Shoppes at Four Seasons. Opening hours at this DFS are 10am to 11pm daily with extended hours until 12am on Friday and Saturday nights.

    This is the highest end DFS Galleria. You'll find a range of midrange brands as well as an extensive variety of high-end and luxury brand cosmetics, fashion and clothing, accessories, jewellery, watches and other related products. As you'll find with all DFS shops, the shopping area is brightly lit, there are plenty of staff around and there is free wifi.
    Written 23 May 2019
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China146,637 contributions
    The IACM Exhibition space is a three room gallery located on the ground floor of Leal Senado. It provides a good opportunity to view interesting art, artefacts and other items of historical, heritage or cultural interest. Opening hours are 9am to 9pm daily and exhibitions are always free to the public.

    Currently, the IACM Exhibition gallery is one of five locations around Macau being used to host the 3rd Macao Printmaker Triennial exhibition (28 Dec 2018 to 17 March 2019). Of the 175 works being shown as part of this exhibition, perhaps 20-25 are at this location. We found some to be quite interesting and were glad to have stopped by to see the works o display.

    Generally speaking, I've found the temporary exhibitions held at the IACM gallery at Leal Senado to be pretty good, worth a 10-15 minutes of your time as part of your visit to this World Heritage attraction in the Historic Centre of Macau.
    Written 5 February 2019
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  • daniworldstar
    Bangkok, Thailand300 contributions
    I caught a glimpse at the MJ Gallery and had lots of MJ stuffs (trophies, CDs, photographs). Don't expect much. I stayed at Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16 so I decided to give it a try. I would say I don't recommend if you have a one-day trip to Macau or stay a bit further from the MJ Gallery. The gallery was not that big and there was also a bar in the gallery. I could not remember the opening hour but it was closed at 15:00hrs.
    Written 17 November 2016
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China146,637 contributions
    DFS Galleria is sort of taking over the Cotai Strip shopping areas in the major hotels, including the large ground floor section of City of Dreams (COD). Opening hours are 10am to 11pm daily with extended hours to 12am on Friday and Saturday.

    Here you find the expected range of high-end brand name cosmetics, skin care, jewellery, watches, ladies bags, clothing, sun glasses and a variety of accessories and other related shopping items.

    You won't help but see the DFS Galleria shops when visiting City of Dreams as the main walking areas pass are lined with their shops and kiosks.

    Check out their website for the exact product line if helpful. You'll find public toilets, access to COD eateries, four hotels and House of Dancing Water arena. There is also free wifi within the DFS Galleria at COD.
    Written 26 May 2019
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  • Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴
    Macau, China2,248 contributions
    The Macau Fashion Gallery is small two floor venue in the St. Lazarus District on R. de São Roque just across from St. Anthony's Church.

    The ground floor is a retail area with a few clothing and accessories, exhibitions are held in two small rooms upstairs. Themes are locally based with intent of promoting local arts, culture and apparel industries.

    Check their website to see what exhibitions are being held when you visit. Opening hours are 10am to 8pm (Closed on Mondays). You can comfortably visit the Macau Fashion Gallery in 10 minutes and be on your way exploring the St. Lazarus district.
    Written 4 April 2019
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  • Steve K
    New Taipei, Taiwan736 contributions
    Great to chill out and have a nice cuppa at the cafe whilst browsing some awesome locally designed wares. There’s a performance space and lots more.

    A calm oasis of creativity that we will happily return to.
    Written 5 August 2018
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