We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
it's a 8 storey shopping mall.
the products there are in the higher end (of course the price too) but extensive.
there's a famous cafe (Angela cafe) and bakery (Lao fo ye). I didn't try so can't comment.
went to their food court. it's central...More
The New Yaohan Department Store is BIG Multi Levelled Mall on the Macau side of Macao. Located across the street from The Grand Emperor Hotel - not to be confused with the The Emperor Hotel, and the mall is near the well known AIA building....More
The location is good, just a few minutes walk from the Lisboa, also there are shuttles nearby. The staffs are nice. It is one of the best shopping centre in the Macau peninsula. Their own ‘Kid’s cavern’ branding store, which is located in Cotai, is...More
In Macau, New Yaohan is a very popular shopping mall for the citizen. This shopping mall is a building which allow consumers to have fun up to 8th floor. It located in the center of Macau. It has many different brands in skincare. A small...More
New Yaohan Department Store has thirteen floor and I love the ground floor and the first floor the most. It is because women love beauty and there are many different brands of cosmetics in ground and first floor. Every time I go there, I will...More
New Yaohan was opened long time ago as a typical shopping mall. There are variety of products at different floor. For example, floor one is more likely to be selling some cosmetic stuff and there are majorly famous brands on the second floor. I love...More
Shop here only if you must. Otherwise, wait until you get back home.
It's really more of a consignment type store, each section of a floor managed differently, not really a modern department store.
The staff speaks only two words of English- "VIP Card?" So...More
Unknown by most visitors. On the top (5th) floor and unadvertised is the Yaohan food hall. Clean, relatively cheap and an oasis that the locals keep quiet about. If you fancy something more to a cafe, try the French inspired one on the 2nd floor!