Macau Clubbing Guide
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Macau Clubbing Guide Q: Where can I go to dance and see live entertainment? A: Many casinos have bars in the casino feature live music and dancing shows which run from the afternoon until late. Bellini Lounge , a classy bar on the casino floor of the Venetian Macao has comfortable couches, friendly staff and consistently good live bands playing popular covers. Its Ladies Night on Wednesdays, where women get free drinks from 10pm until 1am is known for attracting a beautiful crowd of models and dancers who dance until the wee hours. Guys are not left out, as Bellini Lounge has 2 for 1 drink specials for both sexes from Sundays to Thursdays from 6pm to 9pm Tuesdays are also ladies night at Monkey Bar at Grand Waldo Casino on the Cotai Strip, with free champagne from 9pm to midnight for all ladies and live band Sweet Roses performing from 10.30pm every night except Mondays. Expect Go Go dancers and cheeky fun. There are also regular sports theme nights to cater to the expatriate community and 2 for 1 drink specials from 7pm to 9.30pm. Lion’s Bar at MGM Grand is a stylish venue in the middle of the casino floor which is usually packed to capacity during the weekends. Get there by 9pm if you want a seat because once the band comes on, it’s standing room only. The charismatic live band is very loud and involves a lot audience interaction, so it’s not the best place for a quiet drink. Although there is no dance floor, the crowd is usually on their feet from 11pm. Whiskey Bar on the 16th floor of StarWorld Hotel offers grand views of the city and a wide range of whiskies – but of course - and cigars. There are live band that performs nightly, a snack menu and a separate quieter cigar room with comfy sofas where you can enjoy a conversation if you don’t mind the smoke. Vasco at Mandarin Oriental Hotel is a stylish lounge and bar which features well known charismatic singers playing live jazz sets. It feels exclusive and looks posh, with comfortable sofas, making it a good choice to enjoy a conversation with friends. Quay Bar is an outdoor bar by Al’s Diner in Macau Fisherman’s Wharf . The views of the Inner Harbor are a nice accompaniment to the tunes of the resident band. As well, Blue Card – Macau’s famed expat band – performs on some weekends at Old Taipa Tavern . The best place to bar hop is on a row of bars known as “The Docks” or “Docas” on Avenida Dr. Sun Yat-Sen near the Kun Iam Statue in Macau Peninsula. Just tell the taxi driver “Lan Kwai Fong”, and he’ll take you straight there. The establishments aren’t high class joints like you’ll find in a 5-star hotel and they usually pick up late in the night, so plan to be out late. Moon Walker is known for having energetic live bands that encourage the crowd to dance, but if you find it’s not to your liking, simply move down the street for other options. Grand Lisboa ’s legendary Crazy Paris Show performs nightly, where feathered boas and sequined dresses flash across the stage as the European girls demonstrate their showmanship. The StarWorld Casino also features shows on its main gaming floors. Xanadu at Sands Casino , is a casual bar which serves up some of the cheapest drinks in town. The entertainment lineup includes bands which play in the evening and take song requests, as well as Latin and ballroom dancers, and bar top dancers. MC Barry, a charismatic European DJ is the resident DJ who sings and MCs in fluent Mandarin, Cantonese and English. Newly opened Reflections on the 6th floor of Sands is open from 9pm to 2am on Fridays and Saturdays only. The pool-side bar has a live jazz band performing on on Fridays and a DJ on Saturdays. Near the Ferry Terminal, entertainment area Fisherman’s Wharf has Talay Thai and Al’s Diner , which has an outdoor bar called The Quay both have life music, and are low tempo, relaxing places to start off the night. Q: Are there any good nightclubs in Macau? Clubs in Macau usually start pumping after midnight, so you’re best starting off your night in a pub or bar, before hitting the dance floor. The AIA Centre may be a commercial building in Macau Peninsula is home to D2 , a 2-level club which has a dance floor on the first level and a balcony overlooking it. Resident DJs play a mix of hip hop and dance music, playing alternate sets with a live band. Its sister club which also has a DJ and is DD3 is at Fisherman’s Wharf - a large entertainment venue with many other new bars, like Fashion Club – which is popular with young clubbers. MP4 located in Hotel Royal in Macau Peninsula is the sister club of MP3 , another night club famous for pole dancing antics and a all-you-can-drink deal in the NAPE area – Macau’s “Lan Kwai Fong”. The best place to bar hop is on a row of bars known as “The Docks” or “Docas” on Avenida Dr. Sun Yat-Sen near the Kun Iam Statue in Macau Peninsula. Just tell the taxi driver “Lan Kwai Fong”, and he’ll take you straight there. The establishments aren’t high class joints like you’ll find in a 5-star hotel and they usually pick up late in the night, so plan to be out late. Q: I want to sing, where can I find karaoke? A: This is Asia and karaoke is available at the majority of bars and clubs. Most hotels have bars with karaoke facilities, so just ask at the lobby. English tracks are harder to find – try World Wide Wings in The Venetian’s St Mark’s Square – a relaxed sports bar which has a large number of beers and chicken wings inspired by almost every country imaginable. Cash Box in Fisherman’s Wharf also has English tracks and large rooms with comfy couches and private bathrooms for groups, which make you feel like a rock star. If English minus ones are not a priority and you’re looking for a young crowd, head to the Macau Karaoke Zone. Just tell the taxi driver “Lan Kwai Fong”, and he’ll take you straight there. It is a few blocks from the Kun Iam Statue (觀音像) on the “Lan Kwai Fong” street of Macau, and on the Wynn Macau side of Dr. Carlos d’Assumpção Park (which divides the street of the same name). If you’re looking for something a little more refined, try Golden Palace Karaoke on the 4th floor of the Hotel Beverly Plaza which has modern, stylish private rooms. The options are endless. Q: Are there any casual pubs popular with tourists and expats? A: Taipa Island, where most of the expatriate community resides is the home two of their most popular pubs. The Old Taipa Tavern (OTT), in Taipa Village serves up some great pub grub (try their toasted sandwiches) as well as live music and regular comedy nights. The Irish Bar is another cozy watering hole popular with the expatriate community who treat it like their second home – and dress down to prove it. There are large TVs blasting sports, a dart board and pool table. Q: Where can I impress my date? The Crystal Club Lounge on the 38th floor of the Crown Casino in Taipa has unparalleled views over much of Macau’s skyline. On a clear day or night, the view is simply breathtaking. Relax in the luxe zen-like surroundings of this 6-star venue, while hand- feeding your date with champagne or a truffle-infused wagyu morsel. Drinks and food aren’t cheap, but then the chance to feel like you’re sitting on top of the world is priceless.