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Las Vegas Comes to Macau, and Macau Comes Back. 2005-07-26
In the last few years, Macau has started to look more like Las Vegas along their Pearl River Delta. Early next month, they will come to Southern Las Vegas for a one week exhibition. Aug. 8-14, more than 100 representatives from the Macau Government Tourist Office will be in Las Vegas, to promote their new ventures, and their country.
Las Vegas Sands Corp., owner of The Venetian, opened in May 2004 a $265 million Sands Macau, a first of its kind in Asia. The company also developed the Cotai Strip, a 200-acre area that will eventually be space for seven hotel-casino projects, including Las Vegas Sands' $1.8 billion Macau Venetian. This is not the only Vegas companion is Asia.
MGM Mirage also has an Asian footing. They recently built territory on a $975 million MGM Grand Macau with Pansy Ho Chiu-king. Wynn Resorts also is in the process of building its $1 billion Wynn Macau. Both the Venetian, Mirage, and Wynn projects are scheduled to open in 2007.
Wynn Las Vegas will start off the Macau Week with a special piano concert set for Aug. 9. MGM will have a photo exhibition of Macau to round out the week. While an art exhibition, with over 50 pieces, is set for The Venetian. All three resorts will offer Macau cuisine at their selected restaurants.
Additionally, a fashion show will host a VIP gathering with Chui Sai On, Macau's Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture. Dancers and artists will also put on cultural performances inside the Great Hall. Most of these events will be free to the public. The reason for this is to encourage Macau tourism, as if people were coming to Las Vegas itself.
(By Andrea)