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Altira Macau has it’s own rooftop bar, 38 Lounge, which, with its indoor and outdoor space, great views and posh furniture, should not be missed. The bar in the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel has a great selection of wines and whiskeys, as well as cigars, water pipes and Portuguese tapas. Other than that, there are not any other bars within walking distance of Altira. However, rest assured, any place you would like to go — like, say, the pumping Club Cubic at City of Dreams or Lion’s Bar at MGM, with its live music and hip crowd — is just a 10-minute taxi ride away.
Explore Macau’s nightlife in the area’s chic lounges, dazzling clubs and fun bars. There are two major areas that attract the nighttime crowd — the stretch on Avenida Sun Yat Sen close to the Kum Iam Statue and the Fisherman’s Wharf on the Outer Harbour (where the bar Cubic at City Dreams is located). At Avenida Sun Yat Sen, you can drink, eat and watch live performances. The Fisherman’s Wharf is a unique themed boutique casino and only a five-minute walk from the Macau-HK Ferry Terminal. If you want to dance to the beat of a DJ, head to D2, one of the most popular nightclubs in Macau. This two-story club located in the AIA Tower downtown has a dance floor on the first floor and booth seats and a balcony on the second floor. When you want to spend the night sipping drinks in an upscale lounge, try the swanky Veuve Clicquot Lounge in the MGM Grand Macau. With low lighting and limited-edition “love seats” designed by Karim Rashid, you’ll experience the “champagne lifestyle” as you drink your glass of bubbly.