1. Surf’s up


Photo: Courtesy of Tria Spa, MGM Macau

Tria Spa Summer Workshops
Shake up your workout with two unique fitness classes offered exclusively at MGM Macau’s Tria Spa. Surfset offers a unique workout combining elements of aerobic fat burning, lean muscle build, and balance and core training in one routine, performed on top of a custom made unstable surfboard. Bogafit is a special workout on water that combines traditional fitness techniques, yoga, and Pilates moves with new adaptations utilizing the benefits of air and water.

Tria Spa, MGM Macau, Avenida Dr Sun Yat Sen, Nape
+853 8802 3838, mgm.mo

2. Go for the gold


Claude Lalanne, Clematis evening bag (Photo: Courtesy of Le French May)

A Golden Way of Life – Tres’Or exhibition
Gold is usually the first thing people think of when it comes to luxury, and visitors with an eye for glittering design should catch the closing weekend of an exhibition tailored for Le French May titled A Golden Way of Life – Tres’Ors. Curated by Anne Camilli from Le Musée à la Carte in Paris, along with MGM Macau, this exhibition offers the chance to discover how the perfection and richness of gold has inspired and fascinated French artists and craftsmen through time. The exhibition showcases an outstanding selection of more than 150 works, ranging from a gold embroidered clutch by Van Cleef & Arpels and an evening bag adorned with gilded bronze by French sculptor Claude Lalanne to gold embroidered vintage pieces by Yves Saint Laurent.

Until Sept 3
Free Admission
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 12pm9pm
Closed on Mondays (except public holidays)
MGM Art Space, MGM Macau, Avenida Dr Sun Yat Sen, Nape,
+853 8802 8888, mgmmacau.com

3. Get your thrills

 Photo: Courtesy of The Parisian Macao

Thriller Live
From pop to rock and soul to disco, Michael Jackson wowed his legion of fans with his innovative videos, mesmerising performances, and iconic dance moves, including his famous moonwalk. The West End spectacular Thriller Live, which celebrates Jackson’s musical legacy, is testimony to the fact that fans can’t get enough. As well as experiencing Jackson’s legendary live performance and innovative dance routines, audiences can expect to hear their favourite songs, including I Want You Back, ABC, Black Or White, Beat It, Billie Jean, Bad, Dangerous and, of course, Thriller.

Thriller Live, The Parisian Theatre, The Parisian Macao, Estrada do Istmo, Lote 3, Cotai Strip,
+853 2882 8818, cotaiticketing.com

4. Laugh out loud


Photo: Courtesy of The Venetian Macao

BOB’s Up Macao 2017
Instantly recognisable with his bald head and trademark round black glasses, Hong Kong radio host and actor Bob Lam will perform a stand-up routine at BOB’s Up Macao 2017, on September 2. Noted for his sense of humour and quick wit, the Hong Kong funnyman made his name hosting popular radio and TV programs, as well as in films such as S for Sex, S for Secret, Black Comedy and Lucky Fat Man. Fans can expect industry secrets, special guest performers, a few big surprises and lots of laughs from one of Hong Kong’s liveliest entertainers.

September 2
BOB’s Up Macao 2017, Venetian Theatre, The Venetian Macao, Estrada da Baia de N. Senhora da Esperanca
+853 2882 8818, venetianmacao.com

 5. Shake it up


Ferry Corsten, Pacha Macau
Ferry Corsten, the creator of Gouryella, is Macau bound this weekend. With a lustrous career exemplified by a passion for music that spiralled into a full-blown profession, the Dutch DJ and producer is one of the most prominent DJs in the industry with skills that lie in his outstanding ability to coax emotional impact from electronic dance music from trance to progressive-house and electro. Head to Pacha Macau and get infected with the good mood from his energetic sets.

September 2
Ferry Corsten, Pacha Macau Studio City, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai
+853 8865 6699, pacha@sc-macau.com, pachamacau.com

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