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The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel

Located on Cotai Strip in Macau, The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel is home to Asia’s biggest casino. It is overwhelmingly huge and you really need to use a map if you don’t want to get lost!

The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel is a one-stop entertainment mecca. You can find a big casino, a shopping mall, spas, Venetian gondolas, and tons of restaurants. To give you an idea how huge this place is, the complex of the hotel is equivalent to 56 American football fields and can accommodate almost one hundred 747 jumbo jets! Woah. There are also more than 12,000 staff working at this glitzy resort.

It is worth visiting not just for leisure but as a tourist destination. Wandering around is such a visual feast. The hotel has been designed to replicate the splendid European architecture and designs in Venice, Italy. Its structure and interior decorations are to die for. The indoor canals and the artificial ceiling with very realitic paintings of skies and clouds look amazing.

Getting to this place is pretty easy. Once you reach the Macau-HK Ferry Terminal, you can take the free shuttle to Venetian. There’s also a hotel transfer in and out to the airport for free. For details, check out http://www.venetianmacao.com/en/

written by antibiotyx

1 comment

  1. myloveletter


    Looks fancy! I want that chandelier in my house!

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