In Macau, head of local casino operator Sands China Limited has reportedly announced that the first phase of his company’s $ 2 billion project to transform its giant Sands Cotai Central development into the new look of London’s Macau is expected to end by the end will be completed in September.
According to an Inside Asian Gaming report, Wilfred Wong is president of the Hong Kong-listed company and announced that the related construction and renovation work is progressing prematurely after it has continued throughout the recent corona virus pandemic.
Sands China Limited is a subsidiary of the American casino operator Las Vegas Sands Corporation and is responsible for the nearby properties The Venetian Macao, The Plaza Macao, Sands Macao and The Parisian Macao. Wong has reportedly told Inside Asian Gaming that the completion of The London Macau is to clad the huge venue with a facade that mimics the architecture of the United Kingdom Westminster Palace Complex complete with a replica of the Elizabeth Tower and its iconic clock.
Wong reportedly said …
“Our construction progress has not been postponed was even faster than expected as there were no tourists. Macao in London will open in phases in 2020 and 2021 Most of the construction work has been completed. Only the facade is still waiting for government approval. “
The finished The London Macau is also meant to come completely a new arena with 6,000 seats, a virtual reality experience and a redesigned mall alongside a collection of regular street shows. The source said that the refurbished facility will also work a variety of fresh restaurants and a British-style gastropub run by the celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.
Wong has reportedly stated that his company’s redesigned property in Macau will continue to host renowned West End music productions and be littered with a multitude of cultural features such as London double-decker buses, old-style British phone booths and a dailyChange of guardPower. However, the source said the casino in The London Macau is not going to change, but could potentially house an expanded collection of up to 2,000 slot machines and 450 gaming tables.
Wong reportedly stated …
“We hope that the pace of the opening of Macao in London will be in line with the government’s policy to reopen the borders. Once we have enough visitors, We could open The London Macau anytime. ”