Around the City
Whether you're in Macau just for Easter, a week or the whole of April, you'll never get through all the festivals, shows, concerts, exhibitions, sites and sounds so here's a selection to whet your appetite! The 20th Macau Myanmar Overseas Chinese Water Festival is all about fun and splashing water, plus there's plenty to take in at the Feast of Pak Tai, while both the Macau Orchestra and Macau Chinese Orchestra strike up for the ever-popular Easter concerts.
Take a leisurely stroll along the eight walking tour routes of 'Step Out, Experience Macau's Communities' and see lion dances, street dance, the Drunken Dragon Dance, martial arts, street painting, Portuguese dancing and music concerts along the routes on selected weekend dates. Plus plenty to see and do in the Spring Tropical Orchid Exhibition. Catch the Macau International Film and Video Festival 2015, The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and more performances at the Macau Cultural Centre. See what internationally acclaimed Portuguese installation artist Joana Vasconcelos is up to, and what one of the world's best contemporary designers – Tom Dixon – has in store!
The Macau Band Festival 2015 presents a Marching Band, a Gala Concert, a Jazz Evening Concert, and a Lovely Jazz performance. Meanwhile, Chinese opera fans have a choice of performances in Cantonese Opera Performance 2015, and there's more entertainment, at street level, at the weekend Taipa Flea Market, 5 Outubro Street Art Fair and the Sun Never Left experience. Lots of exhibitions on in town and - hey mum! – fancy enrolling your child in the 5-star Junior Hotelier programme?
And don't forget; when it comes to getting around, the Audio Guide Service and Experience Macau App - and numerous other mobile apps - were made just for you!