Macau (also known as Macao) has long been Asia’s gaming capital. In the past the casinos were all owned by billionaire Stanley Ho but in 2002 a new era of Macau began. The Chinese government stepped in and halted the monopoly and has since opened its doors to many new investors including foreigners who brought billion-dollar establishments to the island (Macau now has at least 34 casinos). Venetian Macau Casino, the Sands Macau and Wynn Macau are among the latest mega operations where you can enjoy a variety of games from basic slot machines to poker, blackjack, roulette and baccarat. The casinos have also brought ‘big time’ entertainment, dining and luxury shopping to Macau with high-end brands as well as international names such as Cartier, Dior Chanel and Vivienne Westwood, Louis Vuitton and Rolex.
The World’s Largest Water ExtravaganzaCity of Dreams and Franco Dragone Entertainment Group proudly present the world’s largest water extravaganza – The House of Dancing Water. This breathtaking show is staged in the purpose-built Dancing Water Theater which features approximately 2,000 seats and is designed by world renowned Sandi Pei of Pei Partnership.A Must-see ExperienceThe House of Dancing Water is housed in a purpose-built theater designed with many breakthroughs including a stage pool that holds a record-breaking 3.7 million gallons of water, equivalent to 5 Olympic-sized swimming pools. This state-of-the-art theater provides the setting for an epic love story and spectacular journey through time, showcasing dazzling costumes, special effects and record breaking acts never seen before in a theater.The show is a must-see experience you’ll want to relive over and over again. Be sure to catch it, only at City of Dreams, Macau.