Tauck Partners Compagnie Du Ponant For Southeast Asian Cruise

American travel and river cruise operator Tauck has teamed up again with French small-ship cruise line Compagnie du Ponant to offer a new 16-day Southeast Asian land and sea itinerary in October and November 2013. Taking place aboard the new Le Soleal, scheduled to launch this summer in Italy, the journey explores the metropolises of … Continue reading

Marina Bay Sands Celebrates Grand Opening

Singapore’s second integrated resort, the USD 5.5 billion Marina Bay Sands, celebrated its official opening yesterday in style. Guests strutted down the red carpet as the champagne flowed freely. Just after 1500 hrs, Las Vegas Sands chairman Sheldon Adelson struck a gong to officially open the property, watched by his family, invited guests and staff, … Continue reading

Playboy Enterprises To Enter Macau With Las Vegas Sands

Playboy Enterprises has entered a licensing agreement with Las Vegas Sands subsidiary Sands China Ltd. to expand its location-based entertainment business in Macau. Under the agreement, Sands China Ltd. will open 2 Playboy-inspired clubs at its integrated resort properties in Macau, with the first establishment set to be launched by end 2010.   Playboy Club Macau Located … Continue reading

Marina Bay Sands Opens Its Doors

Singapore’s second integrated resort has opened its doors to visitors, following a series of delays and round-the-clock preparation work. The first phase of the USD 5.5 billion Marina Bay Sands was declared open at 1518 hrs, with 963 hotel rooms, selected dining outlets, part of the convention center, casino and event plaza operational.   Situated on … Continue reading

CotaiJet To Begin Ferry Services To Kowloon

Travellers commuting between Macau and Hong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula now have greater flexibility when making the hour-long journey. CotaiJet, the high-speed ferry service owned by Las Vegas Sands, is launching a new route between Taipa temporary Ferry Terminal in Macau and the China Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui.   Beginning 7 February 2010, the … Continue reading