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Published on : Thursday, May 28, 2015
Today, the new chapter of Galaxy Macau™ and Broadway Macau™ opened its doors witnessed by government officials, high profile dignitaries, socialites and celebrities. The resort, billed as the Most Spectacular Entertainment and Leisure Destination in the World, has doubled in size in just four years, now standing at a total of 1.1 million square meters. It is also the first major resort to open in Macau since 2012, marking a new milestone for the city.
Queues of enthusiastic guests began forming outside in the early hours of the morning, eagerly waiting a chance to explore and experience the greatly expanded resort in particular the non-gaming facilities, such as dining outlets and shopping and to discover the
new and unlimited world-class attractions and entertainment on offer. Galaxy Macau and
Broadway Macau marks HK$43billion of a HK$100billion planned investment by Galaxy
Entertainment Group in Macau and over 95% of the total floor area covers non-gaming
amenities and entertainment, fulfilling its potential as a ‘World Center of Tourism and
The grand opening was officiated by Dr. Chui Sai On, Chief Executive of Macau Special Administrative Region; Mr. Edmund Ho, Vice-Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political
Consultative Conference; Our honorable guests Mr. Li Guan, Director of the Liaison Office
of the Central People’s Government in the Macao Special Administrative Region; Mr. Hu
Zhengyue, Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of
China in the Macau Special Administrative Region; Mr. Leong Vai Tac, Secretary for
Economy and Finance, Macao Special Administrative Region; Mr. Tam Chon Weng,
Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Macao Special Administrative Region;
accompanied by Dr. Lui Che-woo, Chairman of Galaxy Entertainment Group, Mr. Francis
Lui, Vice-chairman of Galaxy Entertainment Group and Dr. Jorge Neto Valente, Group
Advisor and Galaxy Casino S.A.’s Managing Director marking a new chapter for Galaxy
Macau and Broadway Macau.
During the ceremony, a traditional lion eye-dotting was performed by the officiating guests
to symbolize a future of prosperity and good fortune for the new chapter of Galaxy Macau
and Broadway Macau, followed by a spectacular and colorful display of two 138 foot long
beautifully crafted dragons, along with 16 lions which set off 888,000 firecrackers across the entire resort. A procession of jugglers, acrobats, ribbon dancers and drummers entertained the crowd before the officiating guests cut the ribbon to signal the official opening of the brand new chapter of Galaxy Macau and Broadway Macau.
At the grand opening ceremony, Dr. Lui Che-woo, Chairman of Galaxy Entertainment Group, said: “Being a Chinese company, GEG is rooted in Macau. We are committed to
nurturing local talent and promote local culture to support the economy. We fully support the Central Government’s goal towards the stable economic development of Macau. We also firmly believe that as long as all walks of life in Macau are united, Macau will have a better and brighter future.”
The event was attended by A-list celebrities, including reigning Miss Universe from Columbia, Paulina Vega Dieppa, Canto pop legend Andy Hui, popular artist Chi-lam
Cheung and singer Linda Wong. At the gala dinner, dignitaries and VIP guests were
entertained by the first and only Chinese singer to perform at the Academy Awards, Coco
Lee. The doors to the world’s most spectacular entertainment and leisure destination then
opened to welcome guests from all over the world. Colorful performances burst to life
simultaneously across Galaxy Macau and Broadway Macau. Celebrations also kicked off at
The Promenade where guests enjoyed unlimited style with champagne tastings, retail
showcases, live model window displays and fusion jazz music from live band Siu2.
Guests then made their way to Broadway Macau across the air-conditioned Skybridge –
just a 90-second walk from Galaxy Macau. The Broadway, a first-to-Macau vibrant street
and entertainment district and new landmark destination for the city, showcased the very
best in Macau and Asian cuisine. Performers provided up-close-and-personal entertainment supported by local entertainers to the assembled VIPs and guests on the unique ‘Band on the Run’ stage – a mobile performance venue and another first for Macau.
The guests were also treated to starring acts including Korean girl group T’ARA and DJ stylings of the Ministry of Sound. Broadway Macau, which boasts the brand new Broadway
Hotel and the 3,000-seat Broadway Theatre, will showcase the best in up-close-and-
personal entertainment, including a live performance from Alan Tam, whose 40th
anniversary concert this weekend is a sellout.