Saturday, October 19, 2019

The Venice River inside a hotel in Macau

On the 3rd floor of the Venetian Hotel, Macau, visitors can experience gondola sailing on the Venice River under the artificial blue sky.

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The Venice River and the boat called gondola are familiar images of Italy. However, there is no need to go to Europe but even at the Venetian Hotel, Macau, visitors can experience this feeling.
There are 3 artificial canal segments located on the 3rd floor of the hotel including San Luca, Marco Polo and Grand Canal. Each channel section is several hundred meters long and there are gondola parked waiting for guests.
Visitors can try the experience sitting on gondola surfing in the middle of this artificial Venice channel for 98-128 MOP (VND 260,000 - VND 350,000) per person.
A tour around the canal usually lasts 15 minutes and you can listen to the songs performed by the boatman himself. Boats in each channel segment have different operating times. Marco Polo and Grand Cana are open from 11:00 to 22:00, and San Luca from 11:00 to 19:00.
Around the channel, segments are hundreds of shops with many world famous brands. All are located in houses simulating European architecture with slender iron fences and arches.
Especially, the ceiling is designed to look like a real blue sky with clouds and light by the lights. The sunrise or sunset effects are all controlled by a computer system. Therefore, it will be difficult for visitors to determine the time when coming here regardless of day or night.
San Luca, Marco Polo, and Grand Canal are named after famous channels in Venice, Italy.
The Venice River inside a hotel in Macau
Because these 3 artificial channels are interspersed with shopping shops, amusement parks and casinos, visitors can sit around a gondola tour before deciding to visit somewhere.
The Venice River inside a hotel in Macau
Although shops and boats operate until 10pm, the Venetian is open to visitors day and night.

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