Introduction to The Venetian Casino Macau

There is no doubt that the most successful hotel/casino in Macau is the flagship Venetian Macao Resort of Las Vegas Sands. It is the largest single-structure hotel building in Asia, the sixth-largest building in the world by area and the largest casino in the world. The Venetian Hotel is basically the same as the original hotel in Macau. It is the first hotel in Macau that truly focuses on resort experience and entertainment, featuring a Cirque de Soleil performance six nights a week and a packed slate of concerts at the Cotai Arena.



When dealing with Macau’s largest casino, it may be easier to write about games you don’t have than to write your own games. I think the only thing missing is Pai Gow, Yee Hah HiM and EZ Baccarat. The Venetian can also use all other table games, electronic table games or live game machines known in Macau, as well as more than 2,000 slot machines. The minimum bet for 300 gaming tables ranges from $200 or $300 all the way to the highest limit of Ruby Room’s $2,000, while the minimum bet for slot machines is 0.02 and finally $100. As for various game consoles and Live Baccarat (including Live Roulette and Live Sic Bo), the lowest price will not exceed $50.



By far Macau’s largest hotel, the Venetian offers 3000 suites, at rates much lower than I expected. It only costs US$1,757 midweek, which is the price you need for inferior hotels such as the Grand Emperor or Star World Hotel on Macau Island. In these two bars, adult activities are almost limited to games and drinking, so the Venetian may be the most family-friendly resort in Macau. Brochures around the property always remind parents to take care of their children.



Zaia– the 90 minute Cirque du Soleil stage performance was the headline news for the Venetian. It tells the story of a young girl entering space and learning about the beauty of humans. I haven’t seen it yet, but I should check it next time. When I do, I will provide a complete report. Ticket prices range from $388 to $788 for adults and $194 to $394 for children.


Qube– Designed for children aged 1 to 17, this 9000 square foot playground offers rainbow slides, over under barriers, zig zag net climbers, Chuck E Cheese pool ball areas, as well as PCs and video units. Themed birthday parties are also available.


Gondola Rides-51 serenade boatmen will take you through the Grand Canal Mall or around the hotel in the outdoor lagoon. Ticket prices are $108 for adults and $58 for children.


Coronavirus  Epidemic

Due to Coronavirus Epidemic, Macau ordered all casinos in the region to halt their operations for two weeks amid concerns about the deadly coronavirus spreading in China and other countries. However, this has not affected the casino lovers at all because the recent online live casino Malaysia platforms has successfully attracted them. There are no different between online casino and a land-based casino. You can play all the land-bases casino games through online casino. For example: Blakjack Malaysia, Roulette Malaysia, Baccarat Malaysia, Sic Bo Malaysia, and others. Apart from this, online casino Malaysia also provide others betting games such as Malaysia Live Casino, Sportsbook Malaysia, Slot Malaysia, 4D lottery Malaysia, Poker Malaysia, and so on. Winning online casino bonuses is definitely easier than you think, and you don’t have to worry about getting coronavirus.

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