The old St. Lazarus district is definitely one of the most quaint and beautiful areas in the city, with its narrow cobblestone alleys, old architecture and leafy banyan trees. And tucked away down one street is a hidden gem of a coffee shop, Wonderwall Coffee.
Earlier this year a new show arrived in Macau bursting with colour, energy, multimedia effects and traditional Chinese dance and acrobatics. Monkey King is a US$300-million-dollar production that was eight years in the making, presented by the Hua Yan Group, a cultural company based in Beijing.
Last month, the Venetian Macao hosted two major fashion events simultaneously: the Sands Macao Fashion Week featuring international designers and collections representing many of the stores located within its properties; and the Macau Fashion Festival, which took place as part of the Macau International Fair (MIF) focusing mostly on young local and regional fashion designers.
At a press conference last month, Managing Director of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants Tim Brooke-Webb and Group Editor William Drew announced that for the next two years, the unveiling ceremony for the renowned gastronomical list will take place in Macau, in collaboration with their new venue partner Wynn Palace and the Macao Government Tourism Office.
When it comes to fine dining, few properties in Macau do it quite like Wynn Macau and its newer sister property Wynn Palace, and its Michelin starred Japanese restaurant Mizumi is certainly no exception.
The summer holidays are over and it’s back to work and busy routines, and that can mean a lot of stress for some, and even pain. Modern lifestyles of standing or sitting all day long, mean back, shoulder, neck and foot pain for many people.
As part of this year’s MICHELIN guide Hong Kong Macau Dining Series, Chef Kazuo Takagi, master of Kyo-ryori cuisine, presented an exclusive dining experience at Tenmasa Japanese restaurant at Altira Hotel in August.