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The Docas Waterfront (The Docks) - Macau Tour Guide  Back to Macau Tour Guide 

The latest bar hopping and club scenes in Macau are in the Docas. This lively area is in the NAPE area, between the Cultural Centre and the Wynn Casino Hotel Resort.

The Docas waterfront area has dozens of restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs. The best bars and restaurants are located around the Avenida Sun Yat Sen, near the twenty-metre-high bronze statue of Kun Iam, the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy.

Some restaurants open for lunch (11-2pm) and will open again in the evening. Many will remain open until the early morning hours. Each establishment offers its own unique theme, and several have both indoors and sidewalk tables. Enjoy the nightlife on Fridays and Saturdays when several live bands play the rhythms of Brazil, Portugal, England, Africa and every part of Asia.

In some bars and pubs of five star hotels like the Emperor Hotel, Holiday Inn and Mandarin Oriental you can request songs from the live bands performers.

Things To See & Do - Macau Tour Guide  

A-Ma Temple
Casa Gardens
Cotai Strip
The Docas Waterfront
Grand Prix Museum
Guia Fortress
Handover Museum of Macau
Historic Centre of Macau

Lilau Square
Lin Fung Temple
Macauís Fishermanís Wharf
Macau Museum of Art
Macau Museum
Mandarinís House
Maritime Museum
Mount Fortress or Monte Forte
Macau Tower
Nam Van Lake Cybernetic Fountain
Senado Square
Cathedral of Saint Paul
Old Protestant Cemetery
Wine Museum
Wynn Macau Fountain Show
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