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Macau Shopping Guide

As a shopping haven, Macau has long lived in the shadow of neighboring Hong Kong. But the city is a world-class shopping destination in its own right, and offers the added benefits of a slower pace and more convenient layout. Almost every fashion and lifestyle brand you can name can be found under one roof at covered shopping malls attached to the city's busiest casinos. Macau has also done a remarkable job preserving its unique charm, as seen in its historic streets and alleyways lined with independent boutiques and souvenir shops. Here are Macau’s best shopping areas.

The Grand Canal Shoppes

With more than 850 duty-free shops under a painted roof resembling the blue skies of Venice, Macau's biggest retail mecca offers a dizzying array of fashion, beauty, jewelry, and accessories brands. Almost every internationally renowned brand has a presence in this sprawling shopping center, and it's very easy to get lost in here. What truly makes this mall worth a visit is the entertainment factor: Street performers—dressed in traditional Venetian garb—can be heard belting out Italian classic while piloting gondolas along the artificial water canals.

Top Places to Shop in Macau
New Yaohan Department Store
102 reviews
Local families and tourists frequent the multi-story department store for everything from toys to clothing and home electronics. The food court on the top level offers affordable dining options.
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City of Dreams
556 reviews
The indoor shopping area is punctuated by oversized chandeliers and contemporary art installations. Apart from a stable of high-end brands, the mall is also home to a Pierre Hermé bakery.
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Fortune Diamond (Galaxy Macau)
162 reviews
This indoor shopping village spans multiple floors and is home to over 200 stores. The complex boasts a handful of first-to-Macau brand boutiques, including Aesop and Alexander Wang.
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Rua do Cunha
254 reviews
This busy block will take care of all your souvenir needs. Traditional snack stalls, Portuguese eateries, and gift shops line both sides of the street, offering a chance to experience local flair.
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Red Market
48 reviews
Located in a heritage building, this wet market is packed with locals looking for fresh produce. Expect no-frills stalls selling fruits, vegetables, flowers, live poultry, and seafood.
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Rua Cinco de Outubro
44 reviews
It is a street full of heritage and traditions. Chinese herbal stores, hand-made noodle shop, local food and coffee shop.
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Macau Fisherman's Wharf
363 reviews
This entertainment complex offers a selection of antique stores, boutiques, and restaurants in a quiet setting. The surrounding Roman replica architecture makes for an interesting shopping experience.
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T Galleria by DFS, Macau, City of Dreams
15 reviews
This bright and spacious shopping wonderland offers an endless stream of duty-free luxury cosmetics, skincare, alcohol, shoes, and accessories brands, punctuated by contemporary art installations.
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The Shoppes at Four Seasons
35 reviews
This indoor mall featuring prestigious luxury boutiques is just a five-minute walk from the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian. It’s a hot destination for top-end fashion and leather goods purchases.
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The Boulevard (Studio City)
62 reviews
With an opulent layout modeled after the streets of Hollywood and New York City, this indoor main street offers an all-star lineup of American and European designer brands.
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The Grand Canal Shoppes
303 reviews
Underneath a blue-sky ceiling, Macau's largest indoor mall has a variety of brands, from luxury goods to fast fashion. An artificial canal and Venetian Gothic architecture add to the charm.
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Rua de S. Paulo (Dasanba) Street
308 reviews
Always bustling with tourists, this street leads up to Macau's most well-known landmark. Expect souvenir shop owners to swarm you with free samples of beef jerky and almond cookies on your way up.
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Shoppes at Parisian
95 reviews
This shopping mecca is an imitation of Paris' most well-known streets and sights, including the Champs Elysees and Rue du Faubourg Saint Honore, replete with charming fountains and climbing vines.
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#1 of 55 Shopping in Macau
Went and very much enjoyed my first show like this at the city of dreams casino it is a must do if your visiting macau or the city of dreams casino such beautiful and well performed show with great talent performi...
The shopping center is nice to stroll around, but I missed some true vibe here.
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#2 of 55 Shopping in Macau
When you look up it looks like you look into the sky and the lighting is so genuine that sometimes you do believe you're walking outdoors in daylight - even in the evening :) The shops are mostly high-end and not...
Everything are quite expensive, because many Branded Shop, but you can find the food court for the reasonable price food ..
#4 of 55 Shopping in Macau
Rua do Cunha is a short street (around 100 metres long) with heaps of F&B outlets, Macau delicacies and also souvenir shops for you to savour.
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#5 of 55 Shopping in Macau
As we walked further down Senado Street, away from St Paul's Ruins, we were amazed to find many similar Koi Kee shops, the shops get less & less crowded as you walk away from St Paul's Ruins site.
You can see many shops selling Almond or Peanut cookies but Koi Kei is one of the famous shop there.
#7 of 55 Shopping in Macau
It is a good opportunity to see the production process before purchasing and enjoying your almond cookies.
The shop is a bit hidden away but it is worth the efforts to find it.

Gong Bei Port Plaza

Zhuhai 1.4 km away
#1 of 23 Shopping in Zhuhai
A fantastic place for almost everything you can imagine: shopping, eating (nice Japanese restaurants and Chinese dessert restaurants) hair and beauty saloon, fixing watches, buying dog or cat food, buying amazing...
For shopping at the plaza, you can get most things at every shop but the prices varies so really need to bargain.
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#9 of 55 Shopping in Macau
They have a good food court and price is reasonable.
#10 of 55 Shopping in Macau
Very beautiful and elegant compound that includes restaurants, hotels and shops with great sea view.
Lots of shopping and eateries too.
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#11 of 55 Shopping in Macau
Great services One of my favorite places to go shopping at.

Huafa commercial Plaza

Zhuhai 5.0 km away
#2 of 23 Shopping in Zhuhai
It has also an underground mall ohmygahhbh For the ladies ... SEPHORA is present in the Mall ground floor haha There are alot of shops like; H&M UNIQLO ADIDAS / ADIDAS NEO COMEBUY GONGCHA (with freshly squeezed ju...
great entertainment with shopping
#13 of 55 Shopping in Macau
This is our fourth time in Macau and we love to visit Cunha Street!
There is a famous Michelin starred restaurant just behind this street, good portuguese kitchen also serving cantonese food.
#14 of 55 Shopping in Macau
Go there and enjoy local food shopping.
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#15 of 55 Shopping in Macau
The food hall was nice with Portugese Egg Tarts, Pork chop Buns, Starbucks, and McDonalds amongst some of the options available.

Port Shopping Plaza

Zhuhai 1.7 km away
#3 of 23 Shopping in Zhuhai
#22 of 55 Shopping in Macau
We enjoyed shopping at Macau Creations lower level at Macau Tower for some unique souvenirs, bought some tees and pins from a local brand called "Loving Macau".
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