Macau Red Market – Biggest And Best Wet Market

Authentic, Lively And Fresh

Wet Market Macau

A local favorite, Macau’s famous Red Market, is an historic art-deco building designed by local architect Julio Alberto Basto in 1936, and is also included in the Macao Heritage List.

Located in the charming backstreets of a bustling local neighborhood in the heart of Macau, visitors can witness local Macanese life and experience the Asian culture.

Inside find three busy floors of seafood, fresh produce, fruit and vegetables available twice daily from mainland China or locally. Surrounding the market, meander through the maze of shops and colorful food stalls selling flowers, clothes, bags, toys and household items.

Explore, have fun, browse and pick up a bargain! Whether there to people watch, buy or taste its worth a visit!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

Great place for bargains, local food and an authentic experience.

Who It's Perfect For:

A fun cultural experience for kids and families, to visit a local Asian market.

What Else:​

Why not try all sorts of local street specialties and snacks the area is famous for!

Where To Find It:​

  • Red Market
  • Corner of Avenida Almirante Lacerda and Avenida Horta e Costa Macau
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Additional Info:​

Want more: Nearby the Red Market, is another popular main shopping area known as the Three Lamps District. Find many alleys packed with a variety of shops that sell clothing, shoes, jewelry and small electronic parts at bargain prices. Opening Hours: 7.30am to 7.30pm Daily How to get there - Bus - From Senado Square and Macau Town Center Nos. 3, 3X, 4, 5, 26A and 33.

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