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The Ruins of St Paul's (Macao heritage feature)
Photograph: Courtesy The Ruins of St Paul's
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Time Out says

Hong Kong’s sister special administrative region connected by a short hour-long ferry.

From Unesco heritage sites to luxury casinos, our sister SAR Macau is a tourist haven and makes for a great day trip of Hongkongers on a lookout for an easy vacation. Aside from historic monuments and five-star hotels, Macau is home to many mega-clubs like Pacha and Cubic, as well as brilliant coffee shops tucked away through the cobbled streets.

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Yamashita Tomohisa Sweet Vision + Up Close 2024 Asia tour

  • Concerts

Following on from his Sweet Vision Japan arena tour last year, Japanese singer, actor, and TV personality Tomohisa Yamashita – affectionately known to his fans as Yamapi – will be coming to our shores for his new Asia tour, where he will be playing in Macau before heading to Shanghai. Catch a ferry to Studio City Macau to see this Japanese idol in the flesh. Ticket allocation by lottery is currently being held for members of Yamashita’s official fan club Club9, while general ticket sales will open on May 23. Tickets will run from $1,088 to $1,688.

Epik High The Pump Tour Asia 2024 in Macau

  • Rap, hip hop and R&B

Fans who missed seeing Epik High last year will get another chance this June as the three-piece hip-hop group returns to the Macau stage for another concert. Tablo, Mithra Jin, and DJ Tukutz will be kicking off this Asia tour with Macau before moving on to Taipei, Kuala Lumpur, and other cities that have yet to be announced. Tickets range from MOP $788 to $1,588, and will go on sale on June 7. All attendees can join the ‘Hi Bye’ session and will receive a photo card and official poster, while VIP ticket holders will additionally get a chance for a group photo, signed polaroid, and signed poster.

2024 Keyland On: And On Asia Tour in Macau

After holding a concert of the same name in January this year, the most flamboyant member of South Korean K-pop group Shinee, Key, embarked upon his Asia tour, and Macau is soon to be one of his stops. Key has always been a unique performer within K-pop, with a distinctive timbre, flashy fashion, and sharp sense of humour. In recent years, he has moved more towards television entertainment, but there’s no doubt that he’ll still be amazing onstage, and fans can likely look forward to hearing tracks from his second Korean EP Good & Great, which was released last year. Tickets run from MOP$738 to $1,688.

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