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Sands Resorts Macao is presenting Art exhibitions, Coca Cola 70th anniversary pop-up exhibition and more for this summer
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Sands Resorts Macao is presenting Art exhibitions, Coca Cola 70th anniversary pop-up exhibition and more for this summer

An exciting time to visit the integrated resort

This summer the Sands Resorts Macao is presenting a range of leisure activities including Aqua World and swimming pools, entertainment, a major ceramics exhibition as part of Art Macao, Coca Cola® pop-up exhibition, Parisian Privé Styling Suite, Parisian Neon Light Decorations and more.

Leisure and Entertainment for All Ages

Sands Resorts Macao offers families and leisure travellers with a variety of entertainment, dining, shopping and sightseeing options. For Children, there are Aqua World water park at The Parisian Macao and outdoor pools at seven hotels, outdoor carousel with a view of The Parisian Macao along with Qube KingdomQube 1, open concept space Qube 2 play areas and Planet J, a role-playing space with over 200 interactive and virtual reality games.

For arts experience, there is All That’s Gold Does Glitter – An Exhibition of Glamorous Ceramics, an art exhibition from now until Oct. 9 featuring over 90 masterpieces by 27 first-class ceramic artists at The Venetian® Macao, The Parisian Macao, Sands® Macao, Four Seasons Hotel Macao and the Macao Museum of Art. The museum-quality ceramics exhibition is being held in support of Art Macao 2019.

To be pampered, one can enjoy French skincare, luxury massage and nurturing treatments at The Parisian Macao’s Le SPA’tique or newly-opened V Retreat at The Venetian Macao.  It offers 18 well-equipped treatment rooms, V Retreat specialises in massage and facials.

Meanwhile upcoming concerts include Taiwanese Singer Lo Ta You and international stars Westlife, and the celebrated adult cabaret Crazy Horse Paris “Forever Crazy in Macao”.

A Culinary Adventure Awaits

As featured in the recent “Sands Golden Chefs” micro-movie, there are over 150 international dining options and a wide range of chefs available at the Sands Resorts Macao. There are Portuguese dishes at celebrity chef Henrique Sá Pessoa’s new Chiado restaurant, with new set menu at MOP 688 (prices are subject to 10% service charge) per person, Saturday brunch at The Venetian Macao’s Portofino trattoria at MOP 488 (prices are subject to 10% service charge) per person, dim sum and hot pot at The Parisian Macao’s Lotus Palace, as well as Portuguese egg tarts, available at the lobby of The Parisian Macao. 

Duty Free Shopping Experience

There are approximately 850 duty free outlets at Sands Shoppes Macao and 100,000 square-foot retail extension in Shoppes at Cotai Central, providing duty free shopping experience for travellers. 

A new service exclusive to Shoppes at Parisian, Parisian Privé Styling Suite is now available. It provides a space where guests can enjoy personalised styling consultation with a fashion stylist for the latest looks as well as make-up and gift recommendations for special occasions. There are styling service designed to meet different needs. Service would be available at Shop 310D, Level 3, Shoppes at Parisian, 12–8 p.m. daily (except Tuesdays).

This summer, Shoppes at Parisian also presents Neon Light Decorations, a series of lighting installations. From now until Feb. 2020, there will be new decorations in four themed sections: Love, Fashion, Music and Food at Parisian. 

To celebrate the 70th anniversary of Macao Coca-Cola, a series ofpop-up booths featuring giant sleek Coca-Cola cans will be on display at Shoppes at Venetian’s St. Mark’s Square and Lion Street between July 5-31. Telling the stories of Macao Coca-Cola in different decades, visitors can take photos, and also redeem a Anniversary Aeroplane Chess set and a 500ml Coca-Cola bottle personalised with their own photos.

Enjoy a Suite Stay

There are a selection of suite accomodation to suit every budget and style travllers. This includes rooms at The Parisian Macao and The Venetian Macao. 

Arrive in Style

Getting to Macao and Sands Resorts Macao is now easier. The newly opened Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge makes travelling to Macao from Hong Kong a breeze, while free shuttle buses run from all Macao ferry terminals, border gates and Macau International Airport directly to Sands Resorts Macao.