Five gaming areas offer 1,500 gaming machines and 650 table games. There are plenty of nongaming options as well. A multitude of dining and shopping options will delight foodies ad shopaholics, while three spas offer pampering and relaxation. The massive Grand Resort Deck is an exciting water park that features the Skytop Adventure Rapids, the 53,820-square-foot (5,000-square-meter) Skytop Wave Pool, and a white-sand beach.
Things to Know Before You Go
The minimum age to gamble in is Macau is 18.
The Grand Resort Deck is a family-friendly area, and even offers a special kids zone.
Hotel guests enjoy free access to the Grand Resort Deck; nonguests can purchase day passes for access.
The Fortune Diamond and Laserama shows are free of charge.
How to Get There
Galaxy Macau is located on the Cotai Strip, approximately 4.6 miles (7.5 kilometers) from the Macau Ferry Terminal and 2.2 miles (3.5 kilometers) from the Macau International Airport. The resort offers free shuttle buses to and from the ferry terminals from 9am to midnight.
When to Get There
Galaxy Macau offers plenty of entertainment options at all times of the day and night. To catch the Laserama show, which runs eight times daily and lasts about 10 minutes, visit at night. The Fortune Diamond show takes place every 20 to 30 minutes.
Fortune Diamond and Galaxy Laserama
The Fortune Diamond show is a multimedia experience that takes place in the Diamond Lobby. Watch as a giant diamond emerges from the water, rotates, and then disappears again into a roulette-themed fountain. The Galaxy Laserama, meanwhile, projects lasers into the sky for one of the largest laser shows in the world, which is visible across Macau.
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