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Macau Land-based Casinos.Macau/Macao, Asia land casinos listed by area: (In the Macanese casino listings, gaming times, type of games, minimum bets, promotions, services, facilities etc., if shown, are indicative and may change.)
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Macao City - There are 10 listed land-based gambling casinos in Macao City.

  1. Casa Real Casino and Hotel,
    Automats & Live games casino.Avenida do. Dr. Rodrigo Rodrigues, No. 1118, Macau, Tel: (853) 2872 6288, Fax: (853) 2872 6726, Websites: www.casarealhotel.com.mo, www.goldenresortsgroup.com
    Nearest Airport: Macau International Airport (10 Mins)
    Opening Times: 24 Hours
    Gaming Currency: HKD
    Games to play: 123 Jackpot Slots/Video Machines; Live table games (71): Blackjack, Baccarat, Fan-Tan, and other popular table games.
    Facilities: 2 Resturants (1 Cantonese Cuisine, 1 International Specialties), Bar, Car Park, Free Shuttle Bus Service between Hotel and Macau Ferry Terminal, Border Gate or Grandview Casino, Foreign Currency Exchange.
    Remarks: All gaming tables are under the operation of Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A. (SJM). Casa Real Casino is situated nearby Macau's newest toursit districts such as the Sands, Macau Fisherman's Wharf, Macau Grand Prix Main Spectator's Stand, Macau Cultural Centre, and the New Yaohan Department Store. The hotel design is part of the Golden Resorts Group and is based on authentic Portuguese architecture. The newly upgraded and luxurious casino is housed on the ground floor and also extends to the 2nd floor.
    [September 2008 last update]
  2. Casino Macau Palace, Avenida de Amizade, Outer Harbour, Macau. Phone: +853 727 988 (Closed for redecoration)
    Awaiting update information
  3. Jai Alai Casino, Jai Alai Building, Avenida de Amizade, Macau. Phone: +853 726 086, Fax: +853 726 092
    Awaiting update information
  4. Hotel Casino Lisboa, 2-4 Avenida de Lisboa, Macau. Phone: +853 377 666 (General Information), +853 375 811 (Hotel Reservations), Fax: +853 567 193, Website: www.hotelisboa.com
    Awaiting update information
  5. Kam Pek Casino, 1/F, Centro Comercial San Kin Yip, Rua do Foshan, Outer Harbour, Macau. Phone: +853 780 168, +853 782 168
    Awaiting update information
  6. Kingsway Hotel Macau (with Casino), Rua de Luis Gonzage Gomes 230, Tel: (853)-28702888, Fax: (853)-28702828, Website: www.hotelkingsway.com.mo
    Awaiting update information
  7. Mandarin Oriental Casino Hotel, 956-1110 Avenida da Amizade, P.O. Box 3016, Macao City, Macau. Phone: +853 2871 3188, +853 793 3261, +853 567 888, Fax: +853 2851 5303, Website: www.mandarinoriental.com
    Awaiting update information
  8. Pharaohs Palace Casino,
    Automats & Live games casino.3-5/Fl., Macau Landmark, 555 Avenida da Amizade, Macau. Phone: (+853) 7975 330 Fax: (+853) 7975 336, Website: www.pharaohs-palace.com
    Nearest Airport: Macau International Airport (15 Minutes)
    Opening Times: Slots open 24 hours
    Gaming Currency:
    Games to play: Jackpot Slots/Video Machines; Live table games: Roulette, Blackjack, Cusses (Big-Small), Baccarat, Fish-Prawn-Crab Cusses, Stud Poker, Lucky Wheel, Three-Card, Baccarat.
    Facilities: Offers V.I.P. Club membership for a variety of benefits such as discounts, redemptions, and luxury transportation.
    Remarks: Pharaohs Palace Casino is situated on Avenida Da Amizade (adjacent to the Taipa Bridge) and is approximately 3.3 km from the Casino Lisboa Hotel.
    [September 2008 last update]
  9. Star World Casino Hotel,
    Automats & Live games casino.Avenida da Amizade, Macau. Telephone: (853) 2838-3838, Website: www.starworldmacau.com
    Nearest Airport: Macau International Airport
    Opening Times: 24 hours
    Gaming Currency: HKD
    Games to play: (two main gaming halls and a high limit gaming area) 500 Jackpot Slots/Video Machines; Live table games (260): Roulette, Blackjack, Caribbean Poker, Baccarat, Sic Bo
    Facilities: Restaurants, Bars, Entertainment, 5-star slot game zone, Salle prive, VIP clubs, Hotel
    Remarks: StarWorld Hotel & Casino on Avenida de Amizade is right at the heart of Macau’s gaming and entertainment district. Standing 38-storey tall, it is the first 5-star hotel and casino of Galaxy Entertainment Group.
    [Nov 2008 last update]
  10. The Sands Macau Casino Hotel, Largo de Monte Carlo, No.203, Macau. Phone: +853 2888 3388, Website: www.sands.com.mo
    Awaiting update information

Taipa - There are 4 listed land-based gambling casinos in Taipa.

  1. Pousada Marina Infante Hotel (with Casino), No Aterro Cotai, Marina da Taipa, Taipa, Macao/Macau. Phone: +853 833 623, +853 838 333, Fax: +853 832 000, +853 844 022, Website: www.pousadamarinainfante.com
    Awaiting update information
  2. Grandview Casino and Hotel,
    Automats & Live games casino.142, Estrada Governador Albano de Oliveira, Taipa, Macau. Tel: (853) 837 788, Fax: (853) 837 777, E-mail: info@grandview-hotel.com, HK Reservation Tel: (852) 255 99 035, HK Reservation Fax: (852) 255 99 835, Websites: www.grandview-hotel.com, www.goldenresortsgroup.com
    Nearest Airport: Macau International Airport, 10m drive
    Opening Times: 24 hours
    Gaming Currency: HKD
    Games to play: 77 Jackpot Slots/Video Machines; Live table games: 51 gaming tables in the mass market gaming hall of the Grandview Casino, 4 VIP rooms with a total of 14 gaming tables
    Facilities: Outdoor Swimming Pool, Chinese and Western Restaurants, Internet Café, Entertainment Lounge, Kiosk, Holistic Spa, Fitness Centre, Childrens Care Room, Business Centre, Conference Rooms and Reading Room.
    Remarks: All gaming tables and slot machines are under the operation of Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A. (SJM). Grandview Hotel is a four-star Hotel with 407 Guest Rooms situated in Taipa, Macau. Located across from the Macau Jockey Club and racetrack, it is close to the tourist attractions of the Four Faced Buddha and the Macau Stadium. Although not on the Macau Peninsula, it is only 5 minute-drive from the Macau International Airport and 10 minute-drive to the Macau Ferry Terminal.
    [Oct 2008 last update]
  3. New Century Casino Hotel,
    Automats & Live games casino.Av. Padre Tomas Pereira No.889, Taipa, Macau. Phone :00853-28831111, Fax: 00853-28832222, E-mail : nch@macau.ctm.net, Website: www.newcenturyhotel-macau.com
    Nearest Airport: 5 minutes from the Macau International Airport, 10 minutes away from the Macau-Hong Kong Ferry Terminal and 15 minutes from the China Border gate.
    Opening Times: 24 hours
    Gaming Currency: HKD
    Games to play: Jackpot Slots/Video Machines; Live table games: Roulette, Blackjack, Poker, Punto Banco
    Facilities: Restaurant, Bar, Entertainment, Hotel, Private transfer for limousine or shuttle bus can be arranged at the front desk concierge.
    Remarks: Hotel to/from Pier: 24 hours Hotel scheduled shuttle (every 15mins on peak hours), Public bus 28A. Hotel to/from Airport: Public bus AP1.
    [Oct 2008 last update]
  4. The Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel, Estrada da Baía de N. Senhora da Esperança, s/n, Taipa, Macao SAR, P.R. China. Tel: +853 2882 8888, Email: inquiries@venetian.com.mo, Website: www.venetianmacao.com
    Awaiting update information

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Useful Information. Useful information on Macau Map of Macau.
General: The Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) is one of the two special administrative regions of the People's Republic of China, the other being Hong Kong. Portuguese traders first settled in Macau in the 16th century and subsequently administered the region until the handover on December 20, 1999. Macau was both the first and the last European colony in China.
Economy: Macau has become the lates victim of the credit crunch. Work that ground to a halt recently was that of a huge casino development for which the Las Vegas Sands Corporation had borrowed heavily. Funding problems mean the future of the complex is in the balance. Macau has thriving industries such as textiles, electronics and toys, and a notable tourist industry that boasts a wide range of hotels, resorts, stadiums, restaurants and casinos. This makes it one of the richest cities in the world. In anticipation of the growth of Macau's tourism industry, numerous infrastructure improvements and expansions are already in place; or are at various stages of development, including:

  • Expansion of the Macau airport terminal
  • Construction of a new airport ferry terminal directly linked to Hong Kong International airport
  • Recent opening of the third bridge connecting the islands of Macau and Taipa
  • Proposed Hong Kong - Zhuhai - Macau Bridge that will reduce road travel time from Central Hong Kong to Macau from 4.5 hours to only 40 Minutes
  • Proposed Macau Light Rail Project that will link the ferry terminal with key locations in Macau
  • Guangzhou-Zhuhai High Speed Railway that will reduce travel times from 2 hours to between 40 and 50 minutes.

About Cotai Strip: Cotai Strip will offer an exciting new line-up of luxurious hotels, prestigious brands and sensational live entertainment. Between the islands of "Coloane" and "Taipa" in Macao, Cotai Strip is Asia's up-and-coming entertainment and business capital, a trademark of the Las Vegas Sands Corp. When complete, Cotai Strip will offer 20,000 guest rooms across 14 world-class hotels, more than 550,000 sq m of meeting and retail space and 25,000 seats for live, world-class entertainment. The Venetian Macao was the first to debut at Cotai Strip on August 28, 2007. The fully integrated resort-hotel features 3,000 all-suite guest rooms. When Cotai Strip is complete you will be able to walk seamlessly from one property to the next via interconnected walkways through 14 world-class hotels. These prestigious hotels are all designed to house shopping, conference, entertainment, dining and gaming areas for you to explore at your leisure.
Getting there: You can reach Macau mainland, Taipa and Coloane by ferry boat and by air. Cotai Strip CotaiJet ferry boat departs from the Hong Kong-Macao ferry terminal in Sheung Wan every 30 minutes throughout the day from 7:00 a.m., and every hour on the hour after 7:00 p.m. Other ferry services also depart to and from the Hong Kong International Airport and Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon regularly. If you are traveling to Macau from Shenzhen, take a ferry from the Fu Yong Terminal near Shenzhen's Bao'an International Airport.
Airport: Macau's International Airport provides direct air services to all major cities in Asia including Shanghai, Beijing and a number of other cities across China as well as direct flights to Bangkok, Manila, Hanoi and Taipei.
Public transportation: Macau has a well-established public transport network connecting the Macau Peninsula, Cotai, Taipa Island and Coloane Island. Buses and taxis are the major modes of public transport in Macau. In Macau traffic moves on the left. The Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal provides cross-border transportation services for passengers travelling between Macau and Hong Kong, while the Yuet Tung Terminal in the Inner Harbour serves those travelling between Macau and cities in mainland China, including Shekou and Shenzhen. Most hotels and casinos operate their own shuttle bus service between the Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal or Porta do Cerco (Macau's border to mainland China) and their premises.
Currency: Macau's official currency is the Macau Pataca (MOP). The largest bill denomination is MOP 1000. Hong Kong dollars are also freely accepted throughout the city, usually on par with MOP. China's RMB is increasingly being accepted as well. Macau has no currency restriction policies and currencies may be exchanged freely. Travelers may exchange foreign currency cash or travelers' checks in banks, hotels, and business establishments.
Approximate exchange rates (Nov 2008): 1 GB£ = 12.5 MOP; 1 US$ = 8 MOP; 1 Euro (€) = 10 MOP
Taxis: There are two types taxis - one black with cream color top (the black cab) and the other is all yellow (the yellow cab). Radio taxis are available, and there are two hotlines for the black and yellow cabs respectively. Taxis are plentiful near Macau's airport, the Hong Kong-Macau ferry terminal, and major gaming venues and hotels in the city.
[Nov 2008 last update]

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