Like Las Vegas, Macau is aiming to be known as a non-stop city with entertainment 24 hours a day. The old architecture in this small area, warm climate, and the parks and sea make for places to stroll at night, and the big casinos draw the world’s club entertainment performers and popular music groups.
The city of Macau has gardens and picturesque landscapes. You might enjoy seeing the Portuguese-style buildings lit up at night at Senate Square. A free night spectacle on weekends is laser and music shows at the beautiful Cybernetic Fountain. Located on the waterfront across from the palace, this amazing fountain sends jets as high as 80 meters, and hundreds of spotlights add color.
Thanks to the waterfront position, the area around this avenue has become a bustling nightly entertainment center. Large crowds of people go there for a drink, eat, watch live performances, and see the area at night.
With an area of over one million square feet (more than 9 hectares), this entertainment complex that officially opened in 2006 exhibits a variety of exotic western and oriental architectural styles. It is one of Macau’s big new hotel/casinos, and it is also a theme park. Entertainment, shopping, restaurants, hotels, docks and convention facilities are in one place with parking for buses and taxis. Main entertainment facilities in the park includes the Tang Dynasty Fortress, an imitation volcano that erupts called Vulcania with rides inside, Aladdin’s Fort, and Aqua Romanis that is a shopping center.