You’ve visited Senado Square, you’ve been up the Macau Tower, you’ve walked the canals of the Venetian and you’ve had your fill of Portuguese food and egg tarts, so what’s the next thing to do in Macau? Go to a show of course! shows and performances in macau, house of dancing water macau, macau show, macau performance

Macau offers an impressive selection of high quality shows and performances, both permanent and those passing through. Here, we have come up with a list of all the great shows and performances in Macau. The most highly acclaimed of them all, and the one we would definitely say was the most unmissable Macau show is the House of Dancing Water. And you’re in luck – if you book now, you’ll get a FREE ticket upgrade!

1. The House of Dancing Water

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Created by the famed show maker Franco Dragone, the show cost USD250 million to create and produce, and is only performed at the City of Dreams. The tale follows a classic story of love and villainy, involving a shipwrecked stranger, a beautiful imprisoned princess, and an evil stepmother. Take in astonishing feats of acrobatics and high diving, breathtaking dancing and costumes, and marvel at the spectacular, 3.7 million-gallon pool – bigger than 5 Olympic-size swimming pools! There are countless reasons not to miss this show – the visual stunts are only the beginning!

Ticketing:

Ticket TypeHouse of Dancing Water Price (HKD)Klook's Discounted Price (HKD)
A Reserve (Adult)$980$862
B Reserve (Adult)$780$717
C Reserve (Adult)$580$545

Show Times:

5pm and 8pm daily except Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Show Duration:

approx. 85 minutes with no intermission

Seating Chart: 

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Gold = VIP
Red = A Reserve
Blue = B Reserve
Green = C Reserve

 

Where to sit:

VIP and A Reserve tickets provide unobstructed views of the spectacular performance. If you want to be close to the action (and don’t mind getting wet!), we’d recommend B Reserve tickets. And for the cheapest tickets, go for C Reserve. We promise you won’t be disappointed wherever you sit!

How to get there:

  • Address: Dancing Water Theatre, Level 1 at City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau
  • Taxis in Macau are a cost efficient and convenient way to get to the City of Dreams
  • Alternatively, the complimentary Lucky Express service departs frequently from the following: Lotus Bridge, Taipa Ferry Terminal & Airport, Macau Border Gate Check Point, Macau Ferry Terminal, The Venetian Macau, Galaxy Macau, Hotel Sintra Macau, Macau Tower

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2. The House of Magic

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Indulge in the heavenly illusions of world renowned illusionist Franz Harary and his breathtaking magic tricks. Situated in Studio City, Macau’s largest entertainment spot, this magical performance literally transports you into another world with a three theatre performance arena and state-of-the-art sound and light systems.

Ticketing

Ticket TypeHouse of Magic Price (HKD)Klook's Discounted Price (HKD)
Per PersonHK$450HK$390

Showtimes:

Monday to Friday: 4pm, 6pm and 8:30pm

Saturday and Sunday: 2pm, 4pm, 6pm and 8:30pm

Duration:

90 minutes

Seating Chart:

Insider Tip: A free seating scheme is offered for the House of Magic so you should arrive before the scheduled start time in order to secure a prime view.

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Source: studiocity-macau.com

How to get there:

  • Address: Studio City, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau
  • Regular free Shuttle Buses from these locations to Studio City Macau

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3. Macau International Fireworks Display Contest

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Watch the Macau night sky burst into grand glittering fireworks in a show that is universally acclaimed as one of the best of its kind. Sit back and enjoy as the leading pyrotechnic specialists of the world such as Portugal, China and Switzerland and compete against each other for the trophy. Held annually, this amazing fireworks display can be viewed from many vantage points on the Macao Peninsula and the Taipa Island, including the Macau Tower. Find out where are the best spots to watch the fireworks here.

Showtimes:

ThemeTimeCountryPyrotechnic Company
Pyro Fantasia
Sept 3, 2016
(Saturday)
21:00ThailandThailand Fireworks
21:40PortugalMacedos Pirotecnia, Lda
Tribute to Bond
Sept 10, 2016
(Saturday)
21:00United KingdomPyro 2000 Limited
21:40SwitzerlandSUGYP SA
Mid-Autumn Harmony
September 15, 2016
(Thursday)
21:00JapanMarutamaya Ogatsu Fireworks Co., Ltd.
21:40KoreaDAEHAN FIREWORKS Co.
Stars from afar
September 24, 2016
(Saturday)
21:00ItalyOrzella Fireworks di Orzella Antonio
21:40CanadaFeu d'artifice Orion
Celebration in the Sky
Oct 1, 2016
21:00RomaniaPyro-Technic Transilvania Srl
21:40ChinaHUNAN JINGTAI FIREWORKS CO., INC

Duration:

Each fireworks show lasts for about 10-15 minutes

4. Taboo!

(Currently not showing)

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The newest creation from renowned theatre director Franco Dragone – of ‘The House of Dancing Water’ fame – to hit Macau, ‘Taboo’ is a mischievous indulgence of spectacular performers and provocative acts. Challenge your senses with a diverse array of interactive and innovative performances, featuring a cast of beautiful and talented artists from around the world. For a unique and sophisticated theatrical experience, exclusive to adults, there’s only one show in Macau that fits the bill.

Ticketing:

Ticket TypeTaboo! Price (HKD)
A Reserve$980
B Reserve$780
C Reserve$580
  • A & B Reserve include a complimentary TABOO cocktail
  • C Reserve is a standing ticket

Show times:

9:30pm Tuesday-Friday; 10pm Saturday

Duration:

75 minutes

Audience members must be age 18 or above to attend Taboo!

Seating Chart:

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How to get there:

  • Address: Club Cubic, Level 2 at City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau
  • Taxis in Macau are a cost efficient and convenient way to get to the City of Dreams
  • Alternatively, the complimentary Lucky Express service departs frequently from the following locations: Lotus Bridge, Taipa Ferry Terminal & Airport, Macau Border Gate Check Point, Macau Ferry Terminal, The Venetian Macau, Galaxy Macau, Hotel Sintra Macau, Macau Tower

How to get to Macau

Macau is easily accessible from Hong Kong by ferry. Ferries arrive at either Taipa or Macau Peninsula. If you are heading straight to the City of Dreams or The Venetian for a show, you should head to Taipa Ferry Terminal where free hotel shuttle services can deliver you to the hotel of your choice. A guide to ferry services to Macau is available here.

 

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