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  • The Venetian: Casino and serenades

    by helen_verheul Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Highly recommendable if you like to see the place where the turnover is larger then in Las Vegas, if you like to get serenaded in Italian in an actual gondola, if like to see the real gamblers of the world - the Chinese - go at it. If you like serious shopping, people watching and .... gambling.

    Dress Code: None

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    The Venetian Macao: Gondola Ride

    by yellowbell Updated Apr 16, 2008

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    This luxurious casino will leave you breathless and perhaps penniless with all the high-end shops and countless slot machines and card games.

    European paintings cover every inch of the lobby ceiling.

    Try the gondola ride to complete your Venetian experience. Nevermind the recreated blue skies and the smell of chlorine because the singing boatman will coax you to find your amore to share a gondola ride with.

    Gondola ride
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    Il Teatro: Dazzling Lights and Musical Fountain

    by yellowbell Updated Feb 14, 2008

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    Wynn is arguably one of the most exclusive casinos in Macau.

    If you must dine here, try the Il Theatro. The elevator by the front lobby will whisk you to the 2nd floor where there is a magnificient view of the musical fountain outside or what they call the 'performance lake'. The name Il Teatro is very apt because the fountain dances to the tune of Broadway and classical music.

    Food is great and of course service by Filipino wait staff is always friendly.

    Do catch the free Tree of Life Show in its lobby (show is every 20 mins).

    Dress Code: They will not turn you away for wearing jeans but you must dress smart so as not to feel out of place.

    Performance Lake - Wynn
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    LIFE IS A GAMBLE: *L*I*S*B*O*A*

    by RoyJava Updated Dec 10, 2007

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    Ask somebody about Macau and, they will give you the answer about the "Gambling City". So Macau got famous for its legendary A-MA Temple, and for its Casino's, maybe about 18 for now and still many, many more on the way!

    Macau and Las Vegas made of the gambling play a world-wide need for seeking folks after winning the big money. In an area which makes millions of dollars every day! That is funny, huh? No matter the game, the Casino enjoys a built-in mathematical advantage. In the short term, anyone can hit a winning streak... and you will go mad! But ... go ahead! The longer you play, the more certain it is ... that the odds will catch up with you! meaning ... you will lose!!!

    *L*I*S*BO*A* is famous because of its head, and tycoon, the legendary Mr. Stanley Ho, sometimes named "King Of Gambling". He made so much money you even cannot dream about! Sure enough he got the best shows in his Casino's and for a long time these included the only one that had dancing girls all naked!

    And ... a second *L*I*S*B*O*A* is on its way... a spectacular one!!!

    Which we will see in December 2007 !!!

    Dress Code: Men are not allowed to wear shorts, even the trendy, relatively short ones. No singlet or undershirt unless you have a shirt over it. Women wearing shorts are refused, too, and no sleeveless tops! And entry is refused for anyone wearing thongs (flip-flops) as footwear... bear in mind the last, 'cause we have seen a lot of people sening away for their thongs.

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    fishermans wharf: macau's very own

    by mickshe Written Apr 19, 2007

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    I have been living in Macau for 6 years now and i feel so bored and i thank them for creating this beautiful fishermans wharf(photos not yet uploaded but very soon). Macau is well know for its casino so its not good if my life will be exposed to gambling..so i am thankful that i can go somewhere else and spend some nights here..whenever i come to this place, i feel like i am not in macau nor in china, its like in europe, well for europeans, maybe you wouldnt like that feeling but would it be nice to see something familiar when you go to china? i guarantee and recommend that when you come to macau donot forget to visit this place and you'll never regret it.

    Dress Code: any clothes as long as you have something on..not your undies or footwear ok?

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    SANDS CASINO

    by relax47 Written Jul 17, 2006

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    IF U LIKE TO GAMBLE A BIT THEN THIS IS THE ONLY CASINO TO GO THE REST R QUITE DEPRESSING THEY R BUILDING SOME OTHERS AT THE MOMENT BUT THIS ONE IS THE MOST MODERN IN MACAU

    Dress Code: CASUAL AND THEY HAVE SECURITY AT THIS CASINO JUST LIKE GOING THRU THE AIRPORT

    SANDS CASINO

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    Sands Casino: Sands Casino

    by imstress Updated Jun 21, 2006

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    The Sands Casino has hit Macau and will be coming over to Singapore soon.

    Sands has the largest crowd of people at their casino. The casino occupies many floors and has a buffet restaurant, Chinese restaurant and fast food outlets.

    A great place to have your dinner at the Moonlight Market. We tasted one of the best roast pork and roast duck platter here in Macau.

    Sands is expanding and building construction has already began for another wing.

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    Hotel Lisboa: more than just casino

    by imstress Updated Jun 21, 2006

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    Hotel Lisboa one of the most famous hotel in Macau and is a trademark of Macau.

    The hotel was designed with "Feng Shui" beliefs. The entrance resembles the mouth of a tiger, which swallow gamblers money as they enter the casino. The main structure is a birdcage, which is meant to trap the money in.

    The jackpots machines are know as "Tiger Machines" here in Macau. Not all casinos has jackpot machines.

    At one entrance, you could see the private antiques collections belonging to the ownere of the hotel. It is like a mini museum.

    There is a lane where some pretty ladies will walk up and down non stop until they found their customer for the night. It will be interesting if you spend a few minutes there watching the ladies doing their catwalk show.

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    Lisboa Casino: Your Lucky Night??

    by myspices Written May 18, 2006

    So much has been said about gambling in Macau. It was originally Macau's casino gaming tables that have made Macau a tourist spot . Previously the casinos were related to a number of ciriminal incidents and triad gang acitivities but today it is different. Yes, the casinos in Macau are not so particular about the dress code but it is in no way a rowdy place. We have not planned to visit any casinos as we have heard so much stories about the triad gangs that were associated with the casinos. As we were walking along Lisboa and taking some snapshots, we kind of followed the flow of the people around Lisboa and "trar-lang' we were inside it......... There were lots of people, some serious gamblers and some just had a hand or two on the tables to try their luck. We walked by to watch the "games" - it was a good place to look at peoples' expressions during their "engrossed moments" at the tables.

    Dress Code: No specific dresscode. You can go in jeans and Ts and even with sandals. I guess as long as you are not "sloppily-dressed" - you are ok.

    Casino Lisboa - vibrant at night Reflection of Lisboa on opposite building Lisboa - active at night
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    Casino Lisboa Hotel

    by dmirebella Updated Aug 27, 2004

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    The legal age to enter the casino is 18 years of age.

    Do remember to bring your passport as proof of age - otherwise security WILL barr you from entering.

    Also remember that you are not allowed to take any pictures in the premises.

    Dress Code: No sandals, decently dressed.

    The Casino hotel
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    Casino Lisboa: Grandest Casino in Town

    by arni_ph075 Updated Aug 17, 2004

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    A visit to Macau will not be complete without dropping by a casino. Casino Lisboa is the largest casino in Macau as of now, and grandest with respect to its architecture.

    It is open 24 hours. Very beautiful at night, as its with huge multicolored lights..(In the morning its full with people having day tour @ Macau)

    Minimum bet starts at 50 patacas. For foreigners wishing to enter the casino you should be at least 18 years old and for locals they are more strict, should be 21 years old.

    If you run out of cash at casino, just go out of the hotel, as around it are many ATM machines,


    Dress Code: There is no dress code, but dress appropriately,

    lisboa @ night

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    The Casino!!!

    by dmirebella Written Dec 28, 2003

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    The casinos in Macau operate 24 hours a day.There are altogether 10 casinos in Macau and Taipa and the most obvious is the casino at Hotel Lisboa.One can basically `smell' the $$$$ in the air.. *kah-ching* :)

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    Venetian Macau: Venetian Visit

    by pres_16 Written Feb 26, 2009

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    Aside from playing in the casinos, you may opt to stroll around Venetian Macau and appreciate whatever you see in there. I myself enjoyed it very much, especially the Grand Canal...

    Venetian Macau the Grand Canal

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    Casino: Go for a Gamble

    by romanhighlander Updated Aug 18, 2007

    This place is full of Casinos and one is compelled to check the place out if you are in Macau!! Go ahead!!

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    Casino Lisboa, Macau: Nightlife in Casino

    by kimberly2000 Written Mar 8, 2007

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    To those traveller looking for nightlife in Macau -Lisboa Casino is one of the tourist attraction in Macau. Macau is the only place in China where Casino is legal.

    Casino at night

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