Macau emerged as a great shopping hub in this decade. There are many malls that attract a lot of visitors and also the local market adds to the beauty of the city.
•It is famous for its luxury items like gold, jewellery, antiques.
•Leather products are also a good buy.
•Due to its Duty free policy the taxes here are low. Thus one gets perfumes, clothes, cosmetics at relatively low prices here.
•Macau has a cotton textile industry so the clothes are available at cheap prices here.
•Portuguese bottled wines also are items of good purchase here.
•One also finds Chinese antiques in the Macau Market. Antiques include authentic antiques, reproductions of Chinese rosewood furnitures, lacquer ware, bronze ware, porcelain ware and Chinese paintings.
1. The Grand Canal Malls
It is situated in Vientiane Macao. It is one of the largest and best shopping centres of the city. It comprises of 350 shops. All fashion brands are available here at relatively low prices. The mall has a fake sky on top and looks extremely beautiful.
2. Fisherman's Wharf
If is located near the Macau Ferry Terminal. It was built in 2006. It was the first largest theme park in Macau which now has a shopping centre too. There around 150 stores in it which gives you various products. As it is near the port the prices are expected to be low as compared to other centres.
3. San Domingo Market
This is a lively street market behind Largo Do Senado. There are small stalls selling all sorts of things. It mainly sells women clothes. From beautiful stalls to wear around your neck to beautiful dresses one finds everything here. Kids clothing, shoes and bags are also good products to buy from here.
4. Senado Square
It is one of the historic places of Macau. The street market here is famous for all kinds of clothing. One can buy Macanese made T-shirts, jeans, caps and other clothes from here which are inexpensive with a great quality.
People who want to buy antiques can go down to red light district which is a few streets away.
5. Rua de Sao Paulo
It is a street market near Ruins of St. Paul. It is famous for its Chinese rosewood furniture, porcelain ware, Chinese paintings, bronze wares and all different kinds of antiques and artistic things. Delicious pastries and dim-sums are also avalanche here at a bakery which is a must to try. The market is a major artist hub.
Macau gives you various products at relatively low prices because of its no- duty policy. The clothes here have good quality and low prices. One must buy a small antique as a memento of your trip.