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Paris here we come!


It seems the whole world loves Paris and a French theme.

We're in Macau a Special Administrative Region on the southern coast of China

Famous for it's Portuguese tarts (both the edible and the not so savoury!) 
and gambling.

Macau is bigger than Las Vegas for gambling,
becoming the world's largest gambling centre in 2006.

 At the time I was working for US casino giant Las Vegas Sands. 
Our work was all about bringing Venice in the shape of the Venetian to Macau.



Fast forward a decade and Macau has changed big-time.
It is a vibrant resort destination that never ceases to amaze and impress.
Since we were last here, a half scale replica of the Eiffel Tower has appeared.

This Paris-themed casino is at the heart of Sands, China
newest developments. Ultimately Macau will be a 100 billion market.

It's exciting to think that by Wednesday we will be able to wander along 
admiring real Eiffel Tower!
Linking with My Sunday Photo thank you Darren

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