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Altira Macau’s rooftop 38 Lounge, which has unbelievable views of the Macau Peninsula across the South China Sea, features live entertainment six nights a week from a live jazz, pop, and R&B trio that performs from 9 p.m. every night except Tuesday. New performance groups from around the world change regularly, and though some may feel music trios at a rooftop bar are somewhat cliché, we think this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s approach to live entertainment is a hit.
The MGM Macau, located just across the Lotus Bridge, is another nearby option offering nightly live music from bands and a house DJ in the Lion’s Bar. Of course, entertainment of a different kind can also be had in Altira Macau’s ground-floor Mocha, which provides electronic gaming machines in a more private, membership-only setting.
If you like live entertainment, then you’re in luck. Here at Altira Macau, a live band performs at 38 Lounge on weeknights and on the weekends. It’s quite a treat to sip your cocktail overlooking Macau while upbeat, fervent music plays in the background.