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What to do in Macau this month: Hypercars, summer parties and Le Petit Chef

Wine, dine and shop til you drop — plus spot a few of the world’s sickest supercars — this month in Macau.


Sip, Savour, Spa Summer Indulgence package at The Ritz-Carlton, Macau

What to do in Macau - The Ritz Carlton Bar

When: Through 31 August
Price: HK$2,988 for two persons
Voted the Best Spa Service of the Year since 2017, The Ritz-Carlton, Macau’s ESPA offers pampering services that are arguably second to none in our sister SAR. Book in for a luscious stress-busting weekend with a hand treatment and spa gift for two, with this package that also includes a decadent lobster meal and a bottle of Perrier-Jouët thrown in for free.

Take your pick of shellfish: from Lai Heen’s wok-fried Boston lobster with crispy garlic and spicy chilies, to a succulent, butter-poached variation at The Ritz-Carlton Café; Boston lobster tempura at The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge to a refreshing Boston lobster tian at the pool bar — perfect as post-dip nibbles.
The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, Estrada da Baía da Nossa Senhora da Esperança, s/n, Cotai, Macau, +853 8886 6608


A Feast for the Senses: Le Petit Chef

What to do in Macau - Le Petit Chef

When: 12 July–13 September, every Friday to Sunday
Price: MOP688 for six course dinner per adult, MOP388 per child aged 6–11.
One of the most talked about multi-sensory culinary experiences to emerge in recent years is none other than Le Petit Chef, now a traveling global phenomenon that brings a tiny animated chef to your plate. Combining rich 3D visuals and an endearing storyline, Le Petit Chef takes you through multiple courses inspired by the exploration of Marco Polo as he ventures through the Silk Road.

Le Petit Chef traverses halfway across the globe, beginning with a French seafood starter; followed by a tagine course filled with tastebud-tickling Arabian spices and an Indian curry dish; heading all the way up to the snowy climes of the Himalayas for a palate refresher; then Ancient China for mysterious mains, all before returning to Le Petit Chef’s homeland for a classic French dessert. The six-course menu is available for lunch only on weekends and dinner every Friday to Sunday.
Vista, MGM Macau, Avenida Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, Macau, +852 8802 2555


The Arsenale: The Most Insane Garage in the World

What to do in Macau - The Arsenale

The world’s foremost billionaire’s playground for esoteric motoring collectibles lands in Macau on 25 July. The Arsenale has been named ‘The Most Insane Garage in the World’ thanks to its creme de la creme collection of F1 race cars, private jets, submarines as well as legendary motorcycles, bicycles, skateboards and more. Motor enthusiasts will definitely want to pay a visit to the City of Dreams-exclusive, limited edition vehicles from Ujet, Geneinno, MV Agusta, Centauri, Viba and more.
The Arsenale, City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Macau



What to do in Macau - Banyan Tree

For an authentic taste of Thailand without needing to hop on a plane, Banyan Tree Macau’s Saffron offers two new menus cooked up by head chef Monnipa Rungthong — the only Thai female chef in the whole SAR. The new a la carte menu now spotlights Southern Thai cuisine; typically packing more heat, spices and colour, the dishes boast ingredients flown in from The Land of Smiles, including fresh turmeric, Thai small garlic and twisted cluster beans.

Try the Gaeng Kati Poo Alaska (MOP308), a piquant yellow curry with succulent king crab, spooned over rice vermicelli noodles to soak up the flavours. If you’re around for lunch, be sure to dig into Saffron’s Thai Tiffin Lunch, which starts with a bowl of fresh soup and a Chef’s daily starter before you open up and explore the three-tiered lunch box.
Saffron, Banyan Tree Macau, Banyan Tree Macau, Avenida Marginal Flor de Lotus Cotai, Macau, +853 8883 6888


DFS x Dior Summer Party

What to do in Macau - Dior DFS

When: Through 31 August
Kicking off at the T Galleria by DFS in Macau’s City of Dreams earlier in the month, the travel retail giant has partnered with Christian Dior Parfums to bring a summer-long pop-up experience tailored to beauty lovers looking to get pool-ready this July and August. Starting in Macau’s DFS branches at City of Dreams and the Shoppes at Four Seasons, the pop-up will travel through to other DFS stores worldwide. Shop your summer beauty essentials here — such as Dior Lip Glow trio exclusive to the DFS pop-up; enjoy a complimentary makeup and fragrance consultation and sip on a fresh Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet cocktail, fashioned after the iconic perfume flacon.

Meanwhile, every visit to the pop-up will feel like a summer vacation in itself — you’ll get to write a personalised postcard to your loved ones, snap your own live photo polaroid, as well as try your hand at a claw machine for a limited edition Dior Summer Party bracelet. Guests can also stand a chance to win a DFS x Dior Exclusive gift with any purchase.
T Galleria by DFS, Macau, City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Macau; Shoppes at Four Seasons, Macau, Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperança, Macau


Urban Kitchen: The Butcher’s Table

What to do in Macau - USDA at JW Marriott

When: 11 July–11 August
Price: MOP528 for adults, MOP259 for children on weekdays; MOP598 for adults, MOP298 for children on weekends.
Here’s a treat that any carnivore will be most happy to tuck into. JW Marriott Hotel Macau executive chef Marc Cibrowius teams up with guest chef Michael Rosenblum — named one of Food and Wine Magazine’s 100 most influential people in China in 2016 — to offer a mouthwatering feast of USDA Prime beef this July. The two will offer an array of western and Chinese-style dishes highlighting the prized specialty beef. There’s braised beef brisket paired with short rib au jus and ‘grandma’s potato apple mash’; poached beef cheeks in native olive oil; authentic chile con carne; West Texas-style brisket; Sunday Pot Roast and more, taking guests from the deep South to Hawaii to Mexico all in one meal.

Urban Kitchen, JW Marriott Hotel, Macau, Galaxy Macau, Estrada da Baía da Nossa Senhora da Esperança, s/n, Cotai, Macau, +853 8886 6888

Evelyn Lok
Managing Editor
When not trying out the latest beauty and wellness trends, Evelyn is likely enjoying a perfectly balanced negroni or exploring some of Hong Kong's best new places to eat and drink. At Lifestyle Asia she covers everything from the biggest events in town to interviews with Hong Kong specialists, with topics spanning art, food and drink, health, tech, and travel.
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