Benjamin Li
Apr 29, 2013

Venetian Macau extends annual carnival into month-long extravaganza

The Venetian Macau has extended its annual carnival, formerly a three-day event, into a month-long celebration from 25 April to 26 May. After focusing on Brazil and New Orleans in prior years, the resort brings this year's theme back to its roots: Italian art and culture. Event highlights include a 10-minute ‘Magical masks of Venezia 3D light and sound’ show and a 'magical' carousel.

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