Most people would recognize Macau as “Vegas of the East” since entertainment complexes and casinos are usually the main attractions of the island. Theses things bring people around the world to come experience its unique mix of oriental and western charm.
1. Studio City expect a new world of glamour in the already famously glamorous city of Macau. Studio City, a city within a city, brings the best of global entertainment and resort like experiences that cannot be found anywhere else, set against a backdrop of Art Deco styled décor architecture. Expect a two-tower hotel, entertainment venues from drinking to dining, shopping to extravaganzas. This thrilling, stylish entertainment complex is not to be ignored.
2. Galaxy Macau believed by many to be one of the most spectacular leisure and entertainment destinations in the world, Galaxy Macau Galaxy Macau has begun with introduction of Broadway Macau.
This new addition to the already world famous and much loved Galaxy Macau, Broadway Macau offers anew concept to Cotai as an entertainment and accommodation resort that pushes the boundaries on what people come to expect in mega-centres like these.
3. City of Dream the City of Dreams Macau is a one of a new breed of mega, casino resorts in the city and with its round the clock entertainment, high end hotels and gourmet restaurants it aims to be a destination for tourists looking to relax as well as gamblers. If you’re looking for a Vegas style resort in Macau, the City of Dreams Macau is a little more stylish than the faux cobblestones and gondoliers of the Venetian across the road.
4.The Venetian Macao is the largest integrated resort of its kind in Asia today, providing the most comprehensive collection of services, facilities, entertainment and shopping. The Venetian Macao is the flagship casino resort on Macau’s bustling Cotai Strip. Modelled on its sister property in Las Vegas, the Venetian Macao is themed on the romantic streets and canals of Venice. Naturally some of the romance is lost through the 3000 plus slot machines constantly flashing at you, but the gondola rides and replica St Marks Square are almost as jaw dropping as the real thing.
5. Lisbua Macau this is a Macau original. Before the Las Vegas imports arrived the Lisboa was the biggest deal in town. It has a refurbishment since the competition opened and the Michelin star restaurant, five-star hotel rooms are testament to its success. Yet, it still remains most attractive because the casino offers less glitz and more gambling. The warren of rooms here hide hundreds of tables and plenty of big rollers. The focus is on showing your cards rather than catching a show. The best place in town to enjoy the more classical Macau casino experience.