Do you love to have a drink and to dance? Do NOT go to Macao! The city center is full of Casinos and shops selling you (almost only) electronic devices, open until late in the evening. I was looking for a club, pub or disco, but nothing was available... Everywere, shops and casino! It seems all nightclubs are near the harbour, which is not rechable by foot...
If you are looking for Casino, please avoid the central and biggest one, in the hotel Lisboa. This casino is huge and really very crowded; furthermore gamblers there were arrogant and absolutely not polite, so it was difficult to find the place and the way to bet. In addition, it is not even easy to get chips.
Dress Code: nothing special, but short trousers were not allowed
Tired of shows, gambling and the glitter & glamour? Come, let's go to the Cinema!
If you want to watch a good movie there is a wide variety in Macau. There are some cinemas although watch before you go. The movies may be slightly older and the better quality entertainment you can have at CINETEATRO MACAU.
It is close to the Lisboa Hotel and has the facility of 3 halls. Best film here, the sound is good, light equipment, and ... English language spoken ( hooray !!! )
Dress Code: ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ;o)))
When evening falls at Macau it is not dark, sinister and dangerous. After sunset time the glitter and glamour will show up and a million of lights will shine in the dark.
Macau has some great nightspots; bars, cafes, casinos, clubs, discotheques and some other nightlife events, like laser performances, fire works.
You can visit dozens of good restaurants and do check which high-profile entertainers will perform. Or maybe a live dance band or some folk dancing group.
Ofcourse the "karaoke" bars and clubs are famous and really popular in all parts of Asia and, do not forget the famous casino-hotels with the best nightlife entertainment ...
Try your luck at the roulette, baccarat or blackjack. Maybe a try with the Asian games, like boule, the Chinese fantan (form of gambling) and dai-siu (also sic bo or "lucky dice" and a game of chance you play with 3 dice) ...
Or just get lost within the red feathers of some beautiful nigthlife dance-girls (who happen to be my friends ... heeheeh )
Dress Code: When you visit the casino-hotels see above for some dress requirements ...
Better be prepared for refined taste when going into the dark of the night!
Ask somebody wherever in the Far East about Macau and, they will give you the answer about the "Gambling City". So Macau got famous for its legendary A-MA Temple, and for its Casino's, maybe about 18 for now and still many, many more on the way!
Macau and Las Vegas made of the gambling play a world-wide need for seeking folks after winning the big money. In an area which makes millions of dollars every day! That is funny, huh? No matter the game, the Casino enjoys a built-in mathematical advantage. In the short term, anyone can hit a winning streak... and you will go mad! But ... go ahead! The longer you play, the more certain it is ... that the odds will catch up with you! meaning ... you will lose!!!
*L*I*S*BO*A* is famous because of its head, and tycoon, the legendary Mr. Stanley Ho, sometimes named "King Of Gambling". He made so much money you even cannot dream about! Sure enough he got the best shows in his Casino's and for a long time these included the only one that had dancing girls all naked!
And ... a second *L*I*S*B*O*A* is on its way... a spectacular one!!!
Dress Code: Men are not allowed to wear shorts, even the trendy, relatively short ones. No singlet or undershirt unless you have a shirt over it. Women wearing shorts are refused, too, and no sleeveless tops! And entry is refused for anyone wearing thongs (flip-flops) as footwear... bear in mind the last, 'cause we have seen a lot of people sening away for their thongs.