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Get ready to explore an exciting new exhibition in town – well, Macau that is. For the first time ever, world-famous New York artist Keith Haring is bringing a never-before-seen maze exhibition to our neighbouring city. Yes, we said maze. Boasting a ton of fun games and activities along with his amazing artwork, it's the perfect opportunity to enjoy a little weekend getaway across the pond.
Showcasing close to one hundred pieces of Haring's stunning artwork, Maze Macao is laid out in a heart-shaped maze to highlight the artist's emphasis on the importance of living in the moment – something that is largely reflected in his work. The exhibition is on display at the The Venetian's Cotai Expo Hall from now until December 31, giving you loads of time to check it out.
Before you enter the maze, don't forget to grab yourself a stamp card. There are 20 stamp stations in total, and upon collecting all the stamps, you will receive an exclusive prize to take home. Be warned though, it's not as easy as you'd think as some stations are more hidden than others.
Don't forget to check out the interactive game rooms and art installations that are dotted around the exhibition too. From a virtual canvas of Haring's vivid artwork, to videos where you can learn all about the artist's colourful past, the whole exhibition is brimming with photo opportunities that are guaranteed to help you up your Instagram game.
And of course, a trip to Macau wouldn't be complete without some souvenirs to bring home. From boxers and t-shirts, to stickers and cameras, a majority of goodies and exclusive items limited to the exhibition will be on offer. Our favourite is the umbrella – if that's not enough to get you shopping, we don't know what is!
Tickets cost from $110 for students and seniors, to $150 for regular tickets, and it's best to buy them in advance as a limited amount are available for sale on the door. If you want to find out more about the exhibition, head over to the official Facebook page for more information.