The Cotai Strip
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Built for the East Asian Games in 2005, Macao Dome is a world-class bowling center. Suitable for families, the first four of the center's 24 lanes feature raisable buffers, making life a little easier for beginners.
City of Dreams
Following the Venetian, City of Dreams opened in 2009, also featuring a giant casino and fashion shops, as well as three hotels and the world's most expensive theatre show. The stage for "House of Dancing Water" holds enough water to fill five Olympic swimming pools and the whole production cost US$250 million to build.
Visitors looking for thrills beyond the tables can fulfil their need for speed at the southern end of Cotai. Here, the go-kart track is ideal for families and groups looking for a little fun. All the gear can be hired at the center and the loop takes about a minute to navigate.
Based on its older sister in Las Vegas, Macao's Venetian cost 2.4 billion dollars and opened its doors in August 2007. The world's largest casino, it is also the fifth-largest building by area. Within its vast sprawl are canals lined with Venetian-style streets, designer and souvenir shops and, of course, gambling floors.
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Part of the Galaxy Macao, this exclusive resort comprises 246 suites, including the ultra-exclusive Presidential Suite and 10 pool villas. Banyan Tree Macao is the first high-rise urban resort in Macao to feature private indoor Relaxation Pools in all its expansive suites, and the only luxury hotel with full-sized resort villas amidst their own gardens complete with a private swimming pool. Located in the vibrant Cotai city, 15 minutes from Macao International Airport and a mere 10 minutes from Taipa Ferry Terminal and Macao Heliport, Banyan Tree Macao is a "sanctuary for the senses" for visitors to Asia's premier entertainment and gaming destination.
Reminiscent of the Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong, sharing its classic lines and restrained opulence, the Ritz Carlton in Macau is complete with little touches that will surprise and delight those familiar with the seminal home of Asian luxury. The all-suite hotel has over 250 large and supremely appointed accommodations, replete with floor-to-ceiling windows, marble bathrooms and high-tech entertainment systems. Echoing the abundance of gastronomic innovation found on the Cotai Strip, the hotel has four different dining options, presenting a choice of local delicacies, Western favorites and fine dining, to keep guests satiated day and night. To complete the indulgence, guests can lounge in the waters of the heated pool and jacuzzi, and be pampered with a myriad of rejuvenating treatments in the ESPA.
The largest property in the brand’s portfolio, The St. Regis Macao is one of the most impressive pieces of real estate in Macao. Standing 38 floors high, the hotel commands panoramic views of the striking luminescence of Cotai Strip, the entertainment hub of the city, presenting a cornucopia of shopping, leisure and dining choices, and compounding Macao’s reputation as one of the preeminent hot spots for the elite international traveler, and absolutely perfect for major events like the International Fireworks competition and Macao Grand Prix. All 700 rooms and suites equipped with the latest technology and swathed in the finest linens and soft furnishings, creating an atmosphere of refined opulence that is second to none. Days can be spent lounging in the opulent surroundings of the pool, or guests can treat themselves to one of a wide range of treatments in the Iridium Spa.
Macao Goes Well With
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
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- Phil Ingram
For nearly 500 years, after Portugal first established their colony on the western side of the Pearl River Delta, Iberian and indigenous Chinese traditions have evolved alongside each other, creating a way of life in Macao that is so utterly unique that there is no other like it, anywhere on Earth.
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