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Macau 2009

A collection of images taken in May & June 2009 by Gaming floor's
editor Ian Sutton before, during, and after G2E Asia.

2009 YouTube videos
City of Dreams - Solarised time lapse
G2E Asia 2009 - Part 2
G2E Asia 2009 - Part 1
Wynn Macau May 2009 - Dragon, Lake & Tree
City of Dreams Macau - opening fireworks
City of Dreams - Bubble presentation and red carpet
City of Dreams and Hard Rock Macau opening

Turbojet from the Shun Tak Centre to the Macau Ferry Terminal.

Bet Markets Asia Conference. Held a week before G2E Asia attendance was poor.

The City of Dreams shortly before opening.

Looking over the Venetian lake to the CoD's.

What happened to the 5th tower ?
The design changed significantly from the original artists impressions to the unveiling on 1st June.

City of Dreams sign looking towards the Venetian.

CoD's sign with the Four Seasons in the background.

The Food Colloseum at the City of Dreams with it's panaramic view of the Cotai Strip.

The mostly/partly finished Plots 5 and 6. LVS have stated that they hope to resume construction shortly.

When finished the three units (Sheraton Macau Hotel, St. Regis Macau & Hilton/Conrad Hotel Macau* ) will add thousands of hotel and apartment rooms to the Cotai market. * Name check required !

First edition of the Cotai Style Magazine published by LVS/The Venetian.

Opening ceremony for G2E Asia that also saw Dr. Ho (at the podium) receive the Visionary Award.

AGA President and CEO Frank Fahrenkopf speaking at the G2E Asia press briefing.

G2E Asia graphic.

G2E Asia official publications, supporters and event sponsors.

The unfinished Galaxy Mega Resort - still no scheduled opening date.

View from outside the Venetian over the Cotai Strip and unfinished units 5 & 6.

Opposite direction - City of Dreams and the newly built crossing which took only 3 or 4 days for it to be completed.

MGM Macau promotion at the Shun Tak Centre in Hong Kong.

The MGM Macau. Not the busiest property in Macau but IMHO it's certainly one of the most attractive.

MGM Macau facade.

MGM Macau check-in.

Attractive drummer girls performing outside the Starworld Casino.

Religious statue in Taipa.

Gaming floor goof up. Taken from the mezzanine level in the Venetian's Great Hall.

The Packer's shortly before the opening of the Hard Rock..
Blew the photo opportunity but I've got the guitar smashing on video :)

Construction at SJM's L'arc de Triumph casino which is scheduled to open late 2009

Bamboo scaffolding held together with plastic ties. How do they do it ?

Hotel Lisboa (The Birdgage). The property originally opened in 1970 - 8 years after SJM took over the gambling concession.,_Macau

Part of Macau Businesse's interview with Dr. Stanley Ho in which he discusses VIP commision rates.

Presentation to the winners of the Macau Gold Cup.
Dr. Ho as Chairman of the Macau Jockey Club was on hand to do the honours.

View from in front of Wynn Macau facing Hotel Lisboa.

Part of Wynn Macau's collection of Roller's.

Not quite so glamorous. Casino shuttle busses waiting at the Border Gate.

Bars on windows in Taipa.
The bars I believe aren't for security but so washing (and kids) don't end up at street level.

The Ruins of St. Pauls which must still be the most photographed structure in Macau.

View over Macau from the Museum of Macau at the Monte Fort. Ponte 16 casino in the background

Amusing sign in a tunnel linking the Grand Lisboa with the parking garage.

Gamingfloor's editor at the Grand Lisboa.


and finally...

The transport home... €270 return to Heathrow and I certainly hope I can get the same price again in 2010 :)
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