What's On in Macau: July 2019

By That's PRD, July 2, 2019

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That’s PRD takes a look at the best of the month in Macau: 


Jul 26: Feast of Kuan Tai 

feast-of-kuan-tai.jpgImage via Visitourchina.com

A quasi-religious custom to commemorate the birthday of Guan Yu, also known as Kuan Tai – a general of Shu Kingdom during China’s Three Kingdoms period – this feast sees locals come together in celebration, holding lion and dragon dances, banquets, sports competitions and more.  

Fri Jul 26, all day; free. Various Kuan Tai temples in Macau. 


Aug 1-4: 2019 Wushu Masters Challenge 

wushu-masters-challenge.jpgImage via Macau Bureau of Sports 

The Wushu Masters Challenge is where some of the world’s greatest martial art masters gather to demonstrate their kung fu skills. Held from August 1-4, the four-day spectacle will also feature the CKF International Combat Challenge - Macao, Wushu Summer Carnival as well as International Taolu Competition, among other themed events. 

Thu-Sun Aug 1-4, various time; price TBD. Tap Seac Multisports Pavilion


Until Aug 3: Fuerza Bruta 

fuerza-bruta-.jpgImage via Macau Ticket

Fuerza Burta is a show from Argentina that features jaw-dropping acts and performances enhanced with dazzling visual effects and stage lights. During the immersive 360-degree show, audiences will have a chance to interact with performers as they magically appear from above. 

Wed-Sun until Aug 3, 5pm/8.30pm; MOP488. MGM Cotai. Tickets.


Until Aug 11: Light Night Market 

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Image via Macau Fisherman’s Wharf/Facebook

Light Night Market features a traditional teahouse and nearly 100-meter-long food street, where various events are hosted. Visitors can expect a vintage toy exhibition, car display, fashion show, dragon and lion dance displays, as well as an inflatable castle for the little ones to play in.

Fri-Sun until Aug 11, 5-10pm; free. Fisherman’s Wharf


Ongoing: Legend Heroes Park 

legend-heroes-park.jpgImage via Macau Ticket

A tech-based entertainment park located in Studio City Macau, Legend Heroes Park offers high-tech games that will push the limits of your senses. Cutting-edge technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, holograms, motion-tracking and projection mapping are utilized to immerse you in car-racing, robot-fighting and zombie-killing games. 

Daily ongoing, 11am-11pm; MOP230-700. Studio City Macau


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[Cover image via Macau Ticket (1,2), Macau Fisherman's Wharf/Facebook, Macau Bureau of Sports]

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