All Around the City
The glow of Chinese New Year lingers with the Lantern Festival Lion Dances, 'San Kio' Parade, Spring Season Happiness of Jin and Yu - Exhibition of Lunar New Year Traditions of Tianjin and Chongqing Municipalities and The Lunar Yi Wei Year, Macau Temples Celebrations plus Macau Chinese Orchestra's 'Lantern' concert. And the stage is set to jump alive with the world-acclaimed CATS production now in town, not to mention world championship boxing. Literary and film buffs won't want to miss the 4th Macau Literary Festival 'The Script Road', which is just packed with cerebral celebrities – plus screenings, concert and a solo art exhibition.
With the weather still cool, it's the perfect time to 'Step Out, Experience Macau's Communities' or take another guided tour of the Historic Centre of Macau. For something really different, sign up for the Heritage Stroll with Poetry and Songs – or if you prefer to find your own way, pick up a copy of the Macau Cultural and Creative Map in traditional Chinese and English or a mobile app introducing the city's cultural and creative spaces. There's also an Experience Macau app and Audio Guide – or just hop on the Macau Open Top Bus Tour.
As ever, visitors are spoilt for entertainment in Macau. Lots of concerts are on at the Macau Cultural Centre or enjoy a variety of modern-day shows like Shades of Yale in the baroque Dom Pedro V Theatre, see Yueju, or Cantonese Opera, which dates back more than 300 years, or go classical this month with Macau Orchestra. You must check out the arts exhibitions in town, Red Sandalwood Art Exhibition of Old Beijing City Gates and the One Hundred Photographers Focus on Macau exhibition - plus a lot more at the Macau Museum of Art and local cultural and creative units . And why not get involved in 34th Macau Green Week? Lots to do - and this is just the tip of the iceberg in what's on in March in Macau!