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The newly launched online platform allows home cooks around the world to play a part in preserving the city’s unique culinary heritage.
This ostentatious resort unabashedly and unapologetically displays its appreciation for all things European.
Here are our top picks of Chinese restaurants in the city where gambling and dining reign supreme.
Move over, City of Lights: a glitzy new
Parisian has surfaced on Macau’s Cotai
casino strip, right next to The Venetian.
Upping the ante with 400 rooms, the property nonetheless exudes the refined opulence for which the brand is known.
As part of its Enchanting Eco-friendly Christmas campaign, the hotel is gearing up for the holidays with a series of recycled decor pieces.
With casino revenues on the slide in China’s gambling mecca, city officials and developers are looking to win over visitors with non-gamin...