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The grand canal shoppes has all your jig end brand shops of the world. You will have to do allot of walking to navigate your way around the shops. The Venetian,the parisan and four seasons and Sheraton are all interlinked to the shopping.
Only complaint is that there are so many great shops, a little confusing to go shopping. Also other hotels are connected, making this shopping venue, HUGE. Shops range from food courts, mid range clothing/shoe/souvenier shops, to fancy designer stores with prices to match. Something for...More
Famous landmark in macau with lots of things to shop. But it turn out most disappointing place to visit, huge but full with tour group and people. Cut queue, push away from the line and No Clear Signage or Direction.
NO path for Walkers at...More
Interesting place to visit if it’s raining or you need some retail therapy!! We went as it was a rainy day. Plenty of places to eat, all your favourite shops including a marks and Spencer’s food hall (typical brits)! Easy to find the taxi drivers...More
Very large area and very easy to get lost. It’s hard to shop inside the interconnected resorts here, because of the hordes of visitors. Lucky I found an app called iGoMacau, it has an indoor map with complete shop directory, just search for the shop...More
The Grand Canal Shoppes is a wonderful experience but I think its a once only visit. I went on a Sunday and it was very crowded - mainly tourist and wind shoppers. So many well known shops are here but the prices seemed a little...More
This is a must-do thing for tourists to Macau. There is a nice food court and a decent (by Macau standards) bookshop. There are other shops but they are high end and unless you are loaded with cash, it is just for window shopping and...More
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Hi, we arrived at the Macau Ferry Terminal and from there you have many shuttles to all the hotels. There are people to help and the bus to the Venetian, if I do remember well, is on the left side when you exit the ferry... More
Hi, we arrived at the Macau Ferry Terminal and from there you have many shuttles to all the hotels. There are people to help and the bus to the Venetian, if I do remember well, is on the left side when you exit the ferry terminal. It's anyway very easy to find, no worries to have even if you arrive late in the evening. I hope this will be of help.