Tai Fung Tong Art House
Featuring a mix of Chinese and European architectural styles, this gorgeous historical building was built almost a century ago by a...
Quality Tours organised by the Macau Government Tourist Office and tendered to agents such as Gray Line take around 6½ hours.
G32 is a tenement building that’s been restored and refurbished as a Macanese home from the 1960s and ‘70s. The three-story structure...
Located in the Saint Lazarus district, this sexy subterranean cafe with hot pink walls belongs to Malaysian-Chinese fashion designer...
Tucked away in the historical Old Ladies’ House, Locanda’s Italian dishes may not be the best in town, but it has a peerless location...
Lonely Planet review
This ice-cream parlour oozes nostalgia for Macau in the 1960s, and indeed, the menu and prices haven’t changed for decades. The simplicity of the food conjures up bitter-sweet feelings of childhood. Fans of retro must try the perennial favourite wafer Neapolitan ice-cream sandwiches.