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Test Your Luck in the Gambling Capital of the World – Chicago or Houston to Macau starting at $595

Venetian Macau

Flights To Macau On EVA Air Starting At $595

DEAL:  Special Offer
CABIN: Economy Class
FROM:  Chicago, Illinois or Houston, Texas
TO:  Macau, China – MFM
PRICE: from $595 roundtrip*
BOOK: through August 15, 2018
DEPART:  2018/08/16 – 2018/11/30 and 2019/02/01 – 2019/04/30

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Macau Hotel Deals

About Macau

Macau (also spelled Macao, traditional Chinese: 澳門 simplified Chinese: 澳门) is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People’s Republic of China. One of the world’s most densely populated spots, Macau generates more revenue from gambling than anywhere else on the planet, including more than seven times the revenue generated by “The Strip” in Las Vegas.

Macau has a separate immigration regime from mainland China and Hong Kong. All travelers from mainland China and Hong Kong and all foreign countries have to go through immigration and customs checks on arrival. Therefore, if you want to re-enter the Mainland, you will have to re-apply for another Chinese visa unless your existing one is a multiple entry visa.

Foreign nationals of the following countries/territories can enter Macau visa-free for up to 30 days: Australia, Belarus, Canada, Chile, India, Indonesia, Kiribati, Malaysia, Monaco, Namibia, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, Samoa, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, the United States and Uruguay.

Gambling is the country’s biggest industry, and busloads arrive daily from mainland China to try their luck. In addition, many Hong Kongers arrive on weekends with the same aim. North of the Lisboa is a strip with many smaller casinos, a number of hotels and bars, and quite a few restaurants. New casinos have also opened in the area called NAPE south of Avenida de Amizade, including Wynn Macau and Sands Macau. All this is going to be overtaken by the new development on the Cotai Strip, which is being made into “The Las Vegas Strip of the East”. The biggest casino in the world, Venetian Macao, opened its doors in August 2007. (source)

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