What's On in Macao: November 2019

By That's PRD, November 1, 2019

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

Nov 8-24: Macao Food Festival

macao-food-festival.jpgImage: screengrab via Macao Toursim's website

It’s back, foodies: The annual Macao Food Festival returns this month and will be held in the public square next to Macau Tower. The event draws both local residents and visitors alike to savor delicious Southeast Asian, European and Chinese delicacies. In addition to exciting live entertainment, games and beer competitions, this food fest is popular for its relaxed and welcoming al fresco dining atmosphere. 

Daily Nov 8-24, free entry. Sai Van Lake Square

Nov 14-17: 66th Macao Grand Prix

macao-grand-prix.jpgImage: screengrab via Macao Toursim's website

Racing fans, the 66th Macao Grand Prix will be held this month from the 14th-17th. This annual racing event, as the only street circuit racing event in the world to feature both cars and motorcycles, has garnered a massive following among racing fans – and elite drivers – around the world. Expect world-class driving and fierce competition throughout the four-day event.

Thu-Sun Nov 14-17, various times; MOP50-1,000. Guia Circuit. Tickets

Nov 15-17, 22-24: Tap Siac Craft Market

craft-market.jpgImage via craftmarket.gov.mo

Started in 2008, this craft market has grown to become a popular event among local and overseas creatives, who descend on the market to browse unique items and showcase their creations. Over 220 stalls staffed by people from across Asia will display unique handicrafts, while workshops and stage performances will give up-and-coming performers a chance to shine. 

Fri-Sun Nov 15-17, 22-24, various times; free admission. Tap Seac Square.

Until Nov 30: 7th Latin American Cultural Festival


This year’s Latin American Cultural Festival will involve Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. An exciting array of activities are slated throughout the ongoing event, including photo exhibitions, cooking demonstrations, a gourmet food festival, coffee and tea festival as well as a Latin wine and spirits festival. 

Until Nov 30, various times and locations. Visit latinamericanfestival.org for more information. 

December 1: Macao International Marathon

macau-marathon.pngImage: screengrab via Macao Toursim's website

Calling all runners! Now in its 38th year, the Macau Galaxy Entertainment International Marathon consists of a mini marathon, half marathon and full marathon, and is a popular event for runners of all ages and skill levels. The full marathon course includes the Peninsula, Taipa and Coloane. So, what are you waiting for? Dust off those running shoes and head down to Macao this month.

Sun Dec 1. For more information, visit macaumarathon.com

For cool events happening in Hong Kong, click here.

[Cover image via Macao Tourism's website, Macao Grand Prix's website, craftmarket.gov.mo

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