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View of Cotai Strip

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Sands Cotai Central Paradise Gardens

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Shoppes Cotai Central

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Senado Square

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Macau - Taipa Bridge Night View

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Penha Church

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Hong Kung Temple

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Old Macau's Portuguese Influence

Uncover the extraordinary treasures of Macao. Situated on the western bank of the Pearl River Delta, just an hour’s ferry or a 15-minute helicopter ride from Hong Kong, this unique region combines a vibrant Portuguese heritage with colorful Chinese roots. Designated as a Special Administrative Region of China, Macao is known for its premier shopping, dining and entertainment.

The Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central is located in the middle of it all on Cotai Strip, a bustling area famous for its shopping, thanks to landmark malls—Shoppes Cotai Central, Shoppes Four Seasons and Shoppes Venetian—and over 600 designer stores.

Discover additional shopping options and famed sites in the city’s historic center near Senado Square, part of the city’s UNESCO World Heritage site. Stroll along the paved streets, stopping at diverse boutiques offering regional handicrafts and Chinese restaurants housed in historic Sino-Portuguese buildings. Marvel at the historic ruins, mystical temples and impressive fortresses, which illustrate the evolution of dual Western and Chinese civilizations spanning over four and a half centuries. On festival days, you might even catch a spectacular lion or dragon dance.

Extreme guests head to Macao’s highest point, the Skywalk X, for a spectacular view or adrenaline-inducing bungee jump, while athletically inclined but more grounded visitors enjoy a round at either the celebrated Macau Golf and Country Club or Caesars Golf Macau.

Steps from the hotel, dynamic nightlife draws year-round revelers. Start off the evening with a drink at Palms. Then, navigate the unparalleled dining scene, including destination restaurants serving top local and international cuisine. But don't miss the 3D movies and world-class theatrical shows, plus renowned multimedia spectaculars and stage shows featuring global stars, at the CotaiArena™ or a memorable ride in an authentic Venetian gondola with singing gondolier at the Shoppes Venetian.

The official languages of Macao are Cantonese and Portuguese, with English widely spoken. Macau Pataca (MOP) is the official currency for Macao, but Hong Kong Dollars (HKD) are also accepted.