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If you do go casino hopping, make sure you check out The Venetian. One word that best describe the Venetian Resort Macau is ginormous. The Grand Canal Shoppes at the 3rd floor is worth a stroll as it houses a lot of exhibits, entertainment, and more. Many people come to the casinos for day trips and don’t stay at the hotels, so don’t worry if you’re in a tight budget. You can visit as many casinos as you want. The most famous ones are of course the Venetian, Wynn Resort, Grand Lisboa, and the MGM Grand. Anyway, I won’t bore you guys with words, enjoy the photos.
I think this is the Macau-Taipa Bridge. The bridge is meant to take the shape of a dragon.
Governor Nobre de Carvalho Bridge
Located at the lobby of The Wynn Hotel is the Dragon Show every hour. Smoke coming out from the background and the lights spectacularly lit the dragon which looks like fire was coming out.
The Grand Lisboa has a highly unique design, with the building looking like a blooming flower/bottle of perfume from afar.
I felt I was at the Resorts World Manila inside The MGM Grand Macau.
Infront of The Wynn Hotel.
Macau is a deeply fascinating place.
Cantonese is widely spoken in Macau. English Language is not popular except within hotels.
The Venetian Macau.
The facade of the Venetian Macau. The largest building in Asia and the second largest in the world! How’s that?
I freakin’ love Venetian.
All I see is gold, gold, gold.
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