Macau nightlife: a guide Cocktail at Sky 21

Macau nightlife: a guide

Where to drink, dine and party in the 'Vegas of the East'.



Macau is a destination that's dedicated to pleasure. The 'Vegas of the East' is packed with glitzy bars and nightclubs where the Chinese and rich clientele come to let their hair down party after a hard day on the roulette tables. Here are some of our favourites...

Wave BarWave Pool Bar & Grill

Wave Pool Bar & Grill

Wave Pool Bar & Grill’s evening Brazilian style barbecue dinner buffets serve up the best cuts of meats such as US striploin, Mongolian lamb rack and many more choices. You can also enjoy wonderful salads, seafood and irresistible desserts with your free-flow iced tea and soft drinks. Quench your thirst with fresh juice blends like Tropicana (with pineapple, kiwi and ginger) or smoothies that are as thirst-quenching as they are healthy.



The City of Dreams now has its own dining and entertainment district. SOHO, named after its New York, London and Hong Kong counterparts, is where over a dozen international restaurants and bars call home. Weekly offers are a great way to experience SOHO Macau. The Wednesday Ladies Night gets you over the mid-week hump with free-flow shooters before a live band warms things up. SOHO Friday and Saturday Beer Fever follow suit with an entrance fee that offers a range of unlimited drinks and entertainment until midnight.


Bellini Lounge

Bellini Lounge’s live performances have become one of Macau’s hottest entertainments, and the resident band Phunk Shui’s international repertoire will not disappoint. Ten talented musicians from around the world will get you on your dancing feet with their amazing guitar work, soulful blues- rock solos and wild ‘80s metal riffs. Sing along classic rock hits as the city’s largest and highest resolution LED screen on stage heightens your visual and audio experience.

Lion's BarLion's Bar

Lion's Bar

Seated at arm’s length from the stage, you are definitely in a good position to enjoy Lion’s Bar’s live performances by house band Soul Republic and DJ Ted. Enjoy excellent drinks, as the venue serves not only unique cocktails, but also rare vintage rums, single malt whiskies, tequilas and cognacs. Don’t miss July’s Johnnie Walker promotions where you can savour its Gold Label Reserve, Blue Label and King George V edition. This bar also serves the “Winston”, made with Croizet 1858, which is the Guinness World Record holder for the most expensive cocktail.

Sky 21Sky 21

Sky 21

The sky’s the limit, literally, at this sleek restaurant, bar and music lounge spread on two floors featuring contemporary design interiors in Macau’s AIA Tower. Savour pan-Asian cuisines from Chinese and Japanese to Thai amidst sensuous decor on the 21st floor, relax with deliciously hand-crafted cocktails, premium spirits and scrumptious bites while listening to live jazz performances on the 22nd, or head to the roof deck outside for some serious partying when the DJ turns up the heat.

Black Gothic Bar at Club CubicBlack Gothic Bar at Club Cubic

Club Cubic

The massive Club Cubic, one of Asia’s hottest since its opening, does not disappoint. Chill with a signature drink at the large-scale yet intimate Gothic Bar – where every inch of the extensive counter is efficiently tended - or party with beautiful people in spaces including the state-of-the- art Dynamic Stage, the Perrier-Jouet Champagne Bar, Junior Hall, Pink Extravaganza, The White Chic, The Black Glamour or The Blue Royale room. The club attracts big names for its party nights and this summer features Chris Brown amongst others.

1 Wave Pool Bar & Grill
3 Bellini : The Venetian
4 Lion's Bar: MGM Macau
5 Sky 21
6 Club Cubic