Sands Cotai Central is a luxurious casino resort located on Cotai Strip in Macau. The multi-million-dollar resort plays hosts to world class accommodations, casinos, dining, shopping and entertainment facilities which attract visitors from all over Asia and the rest of the world.
There is much to see and do at Sands Cotai Central. One checked in, visitors can enjoy relaxing drinks by the poolside, a revitalising massage or indulge in some retail therapy. Take a stroll in Paradise Gardens and discover the bronze and gold “God of Fortune” statue before venturing into the casinos. There’s a variety of gambling tables and slots to play for huge prizes. The gardens host a variety of free entertainment during the daytime where visitors can enjoy exhibitions, performances while unwinding in the lush indoor garden. Alternatively, after a long journey, indulge in one of the luxurious spa treatments on offer or dive into an aquamarine pool. Families travelling together will be mesmerised by Kung Fu Panda Academy where they can join in with the panda’s incredible adventures. The DreamWorks Animation Character Meet and Greet introduces children and adults to all their favourite characters from Shrek, Madagascar and more popular movies. The All-Star Parade means fun for all, with stilt walkers, puppets, characters and dancers, it’s a wonderful way for a family to spend the day together. If shopping is high on the itinerary, The Shoppes offer a diverse range of duty-free options and designer brands all under one roof. Stroll the boutiques in a picturesque Venetian setting, climb on a gondola or break for coffee in a delightful canal side location. There are several dining options for visitors in the resort. Lounge bars serve traditional afternoon tea, or guests can enjoy delicious Chinese, Japanese or International Cuisine. Visitors who fancy a flutter can join in with the fun and games at one of the world-class casinos.
Sands Cotai Central is easy to reach on foot from all areas of the Cotai Strip. If arriving from Macau International Airport, shuttle buses run every 15 minutes and take less than half an hour to reach Cotai Strip. Visitors arriving from Hong Kong can do so via Cotai Water Jet. It’s a comfortable, high-speed service with many daily sailings. The journey time between Hong Kong and Macau averages around one hour.
Sands Cotai Central phase one opened in 2012. The site hosts 11 dining establishments 9,800 square metres of gaming areas and 1.2 million square metres featuring non-gaming facilities. Cotai Strip is popular with visitors from all over the world with people arriving in their thousands each day to gamble and enjoy world class shopping and entertainment facilities.