Macau’s City of Dreams is Simply Unreal!


On our list of places to visit this year is Macau; the Asian island off the southern coast of China where tropical beauty blends with glitzy nightlife. Not only is the island home to the best luxury hotel spa in the world, but it also offers an insane shopping experience and some glorious shows, starting with the House of Dancing Water.

The House of Dancing Water


The City of Dreams is hosts the largest water entertainment show in the world, where a stage pool holding 3.7 million gallons of water is used as the ultimate prop for top level theatre events. With over 2,000 seats, the water theater showcases some of the most dazzling performances and every year they produce internationally recognized shows.

There’s more to the City of Dreams’ evening program than water fountain theatres, and you can also enjoy the lavish casino life that Macau is most famous for!

City of Dreams Casino


If glorious water shows and fountains just aren’t for you, you can stay dry and entertained at the City of Dreams casino, which is home to the annual Asian Championship Poker tournament as well as some of the highest quality gambling facilities in the world. Brimming with famous faces and a massive array of money games, the City of Dreams Casino also offers incredible cuisine at Ru Yi Noodles and Ju Xiang Yuan restaurants.

Fine dining goes hand in hand with wellness, and you can rejuvenate your body after the long night out at the casino or just a day of shopping at three of Macau’s top notch spa centers.

But if you can’t make it to Macau, but still want to experience the high-roller lifestyle, head over to any of these sites for a VIP bonus and thrilling casino games.

Crown Spa, Rock Spa or Isala Spa – Your Choice!


Another reason why Macau is on our future list of vacation hotspots is that not only can you experience some thrilling entertainment shows or casino events, but you can just as easily get a rejuvenating holiday experience in three of the best luxury spas on the planet.

The Rock Spa can be found at the Hard Rock Hotel Macau, and is best known for its state of the art gym facilities as well as a massive variety of massages and beauty treatments. Whether you decide to mix up the nightlife with some spa recovery time is up to you, and the Rock Spa isn’t your only option.

The Isala Spa is yet another fantastic venue, and includes 15 suites for visitors who want to the relaxation to be nonstop. The blend of traditional treatments with Chinese medicine makes it the ultimate wellness experience, second only to the Crown Spa.

Winner of the Forbes Five Star Spa Award in 2014 and named Best Luxury Hotel Spa in the world by the Luxury Spa Awards for 4 years in a row, this wellness center combines modern design with exquisite wellness remedies including a multitude of saunas, showers and steam rooms. What more of an argument do you need to visit this tropical paradise?

Some About Macau

Macau is an autonomous region on the south coast of China, across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong. A Portuguese territory until 1999, it reflects a mix of cultural influences. Its giant casinos and malls on the Cotai Strip, which joins the islands of Taipa and Coloane, have earned it the nickname, “Las Vegas of Asia.”

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