Macau’s Nightlife: Best Places

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At one time, the Macau nightlife scene was limited to just a handful of bars with the focus being very much on gambling. These days, however, this Far Eastern gambling hotspot has branched out and has developed Vegas-style resorts that have more to offer than just a gaming floor.

Over the past decade and a half, hotels have risen citywide to change the way visitors party after hours, and there are now bars, nightclubs, and shows galore for both gamblers and tourists to choose from. Although old Macau’s atmosphere may be disappearing in the wake of new progress, the number of exciting new venues has been a massive upside to the resort’s development. Whether you prefer huge clubs or small, intimate bars where you can enjoy a relaxing drink, Macau is rapidly becoming a nightlife hotspot that can rival any city in Asia.

Here is your guide to some of the best Macau nightlife venues where you can dance the night away and enjoy some spectacular drinks while soaking in the city’s unique atmosphere, once you’ve pried yourself away from the gaming table.


Is there any nightclub brand more famous than Pacha? Dating back to the 1960s, Pacha nightclubs have a long and illustrious history. The first Pacha nightclub was opened in the Spanish resort town of Sitges, and rapidly spread throughout Europe. Perhaps the best-known operation was its famous Ibiza club, which is renowned for its buzzing atmosphere and top DJs. Pacha Macau was launched with much excitement in 2016 in Studio City, bringing its thrilling Ibizan-style vibes to this Far East resort in epic style.

This is the main nightspot in Macau where you can find the top acts and DJs together with energetic live shows. And, if you love to dance, there is plenty of room on the 1,000-square-foot dance floor. Glamorous, huge, and capable of hosting up to 3,000 revelers, Pacha Macau even boasts a massive outdoor terrace and four luxurious private VIP suites for those who have just had a lucky night at the gaming tables.

Club Cubic

Perhaps not as new and exciting as Pacha, but every bit as impressive, Club Cubic is a classic Macau nightspot and a highly prestigious nightclub. You can rock the Macau party scene here, with its impressively luxurious décor and a fantastic selection of top musicians and DJs. Encompassing two levels and 30,000 square feet, this venue has live entertainment spaces that include a dance pool lit by lasers, a spectacular stage, a Gothic-themed bar, and even the first Perrier-Jouet champagne bar in Asia. If you are looking for the ultimate in clubbing experiences, there are five VIP rooms on the club’s upper level, with some even having a balcony that allow uninterrupted views over the action below.

China Rouge

Try something a little different in the West-meets-East nightclub China Rouge. Taking its inspiration from the designer and art deco-style painter Erte, this venue, by designer Alan Chan, has been created to celebrate the traditional glamor of Old Shanghai, although the modern artworks bring a more contemporary twist. You are sure to be stunned by the luxurious amenities that this hotspot has to offer, and its sumptuous interiors really take your breath away. China Rouge is not quite as hectic as Pacha and Club Cubic. Its vibe is a little more middle-of-the-road, with enough party atmosphere to keep you excited, but not so wild that it gets overwhelming. With a full live music program and an impressive bar, this is one of the best spots in the city to sample a cocktail while watching an impressive show every Tuesday to Sunday evening.


The top international show venue in Macau, this club is located right in the city’s heart next door to the AIA Tower and Grand Emperor Hotel. As soon as you arrive at the doors of this club, you’ll have the celebrity welcome with a red carpet leading up to 8,000 square feet of outstanding entertainment. This two-level venue offers a different atmosphere on both floors and the luxurious interiors have taken their inspiration from a fusion of Chinese and European styles. Admire the elegant sculptures while reclining on leather sofas, soaking in the vibrant atmosphere while watching outstanding performers from around the globe. Choose from the main floor, where entertainers can be found dancing on two different stages for nonstop partying, or the upper floor, with its intimate VIP suites and VIP Party Room that boasts a large-screen monitor and sound system.

D2 Club & Lounge

If you are heading to Fisherman’s Wharf in the evening, make D2 Club and Lounge your first stop. Whether you prefer beers or cocktails, this is the perfect spot to party and dance to the top DJs who headline here. Whatever your tastes, you’ll find something to enjoy here as the progressive music program moves from R&B through to deep house, all in beautiful and lavish surroundings. With its amazing performances, glamorous décor, and themed party nights, D2 has one of the longest-established clubbing traditions in Macau and is an institution in its own right.

SKY 21

Party high up in the sky at SKY 21. This nightspot, which is at the top of the AIA Tower, is one of Macau’s premier nightlife venues. Whatever your taste in music, you will find some great tunes here, from house and techno to hip-hop and jazz, all with an outstanding view over the city.

Although the main attraction of Macau still has to be its amazing gambling opportunities, there is still plenty to enjoy here if you can tear yourself away from the slots and the gaming tables. Whether you’re a party animal or would prefer a more laid-back night with a few drinks and some live music, you’re sure to find Macau nightlife to suit your tastes. With the city expanding ever further year on year, who knows how many thrilling nightspots will appear in the months and years to come?

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