The Shoppes at Cotai Sands Central

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The Shoppes at Cotai Sands Central

The Shoppes at Cotai Sands Central
3.5
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Another of the 'Shoppes' series of luxury end malls, this one is also located on the Cotai Strip in Macau: With its addition of nearly 100 intimate boutiques and galleries, Shoppes Cotai Central, as part of Shoppes Cotai, Macao’s Ultimate Luxury Duty Free shopping experience, joins Shoppes Grand Canal and Shoppes at Four Seasons to offer a staggering 600 stores to choose from, the most in any one single location in all of Macao! This shopper’s paradise includes some exciting new first to market brands in Macao and is set in a refreshing environment abundant in natural light, with cascading waterfalls, green vegetation and rocky cliff sides.
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Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴
Macau, China2,248 contributions
The most casual and relaxed of the Shoppes properties on the Cotai Strip
Feb 2019 • Solo
Shoppes is a large joint shopping complex spread across Venetian, Four Seasons and Sands Cotai Central, each connected by covered walkways and corridors in between the four properties.

The Shoppes at Sands Cotai Central is the most relaxed, traditional shopping mall of the four properties. This is a 400,000 square foot area with 150 shops. There are some high-end retailers but most of what you find are mid-range as well as boutique shops. Sands Cotai Central also has a hand full of restaurants, food court and Starbucks Reserve.

Families will find a nature and rainforest like theme and decor in the main hall area, a large toy shop on Level 3 and a Qube 2 Kid's Play Zone on Level 2. The new Apple Store on Level 2 is creatively designed and quite impressive to see if nothing else.

Overall, The Shoppes at Sands Cotai Central is where you will find the most reasonably priced and functional shopping of the four Shoppes locations. It is probably the most family friendly of the malls as well.
Written April 15, 2019
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

TJJINDI
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia101 contributions
Just like any other mall, but the casinos are huge.
Feb 2019 • Family
Visited this place on 24.02.19. It was okay, alot of high end shops (obviously). Checked out the casino and it was huge! Thankfully not many people on the day we visited.
Written March 27, 2019
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China139,100 contributions
The most relaxed and casual of the Shoppes properties on the Cotai Strip
Mar 2019 • Couples
All of the large hotel and casino properties along the Cotai Strip having shopping malls including the Shoppes at Sands Cotai Central. This is one of four Shoppes properties along with what you find at Venetian, Four Seasons and Parisian.

The Shoppes a Sands Cotai Central is a large area 400,000 square feet with over 150 shops comprised of a handful of luxury brands mixed with mid to mid-high range retails and lesser known brand/boutique shops.

You'll find a handful of restaurants (inc. Cheesecake Factory later this year), food court, coffee shops (inc. a new Starbucks Reserve) as well as a nice range of clothing, cosmetics, accessories, department stores, lifestyle and electronics shops. The new Apple Store here is pretty neat as well.

The mall has a green and jungle theme with artificial waterfalls and other created nature spots. This helps creating a more casual and relaxed setting, matching the more accessible range of shops here compared to the sister Shoppes at Venetian and Four Seasons.
Written March 26, 2019
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pAmyq
Hong Kong, China60 contributions
good location
Aug 2018
there're shuttle bus terminal underground which has many routes.
ceiling is high which made the shopping experience great.
same brand as others hotel, i guess. but not that crowded
nice place to take a break
Written November 25, 2018
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John R
Pinellas Park, Florida, USA317 contributions
Great Koufu Food Court on Level 3
Jun 2018 • Business
We stayed here during a conference and I didn't feel like spending a lot of money to eat. Most fine dining places in the casino district run around $40-50 per person. (My rough calculation of the exchange rate.) So instead we found this food court (which we could get to without going past all the shops - there was a hidden winding hallway from the elevators in the Holiday Inn), which had many spots of different styles of Asian food (each with its own name, but all are owned by Koufu).

We really loved this place, eating meals from multiple booths, but our favorite turned out to be the Taiwan Braised Pork stand. My wife enjoyed a fried noodle dish and we visited several more times, getting to know the lady who served us. She was very nice and helpful, and we missed her on our last day there!

We also ate dishes from the Mecanese Portuguese style, the main stand in the center (where I got a fruit cup, which was very nice), and several others that escape my memory. It was a way to save money and just enjoy the mall.

We also walked the mall, buying some chili pork from Bee Cheng Hiang. They gave you free samples to taste the various flavors, and we bought some to take home. It was really good! They had a sale going, which saved us some money, too.

The shops were fun to window shop at, but we didn't go in because we don't own designer label things. Still, some of the items for sale were very extravagant and fun to look at.
Written October 15, 2018
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bcheong
Singapore, Singapore25,752 contributions
Typical casino mall
Jan 2018 • Solo
Smallish mall next to sheraton with a mix of mass market and luxury brands. Stores are not large and carry limited stock
Written January 21, 2018
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WyeTan
Johor Bahru, Malaysia10 contributions
Planet J
Jan 2018 • Family
This is especially for those with elementary school kids who are just bored tagging along with adults. We chanced upon this mystical world located right beside the food court on level 3 or directly opposite Kids' Cavern (Sands Cotai Central). You may find a fairy or two with an equally mysterious ball of a creature at the entrance of Planet J ready for your Instagram. My 2 kids enjoyed themselves so much we visited Planet J 3 days in a row. And once they are in, the 10,000 square feet enclosure is safe enough for you to leave them on their own, and you with an hour or two for a breather. Inside, the children are provided with an electronic scroll tasked with 7-9 levels to complete, battling evil creatures and casting magical spells along the way . If your kid is below 8, YOU will need to fight alongside with them.
Entrance fee is MOP150 for each person (child or adult), and another fee for the scroll depending on the time you can spare (60 or 90 minutes). More time can be added if required. Opens 10AM - 7PM. Adventure can be continued right from where you last ended should you wish to visit Planet J another day.
Written January 7, 2018
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Pivotalguy
Gold Coast, Australia132 contributions
Food Court on Level 3 at Shoppes At Cotai Sands - First Class & Great Value for Money
Oct 2017 • Friends
Visited the Cotai Strip recently and enjoyed a number of great meals at this venue.

Imagine a food court were you can buy live seafood and have it prepared by great friendly staff and served piping hot in quick time for a quarter of what it would cost at a restaurant.

There is a huge selection of food and drink - meal prices are not cheap by local standards but were about the same as a cheap meal in Australia.

We had steamed Garoupa (Coral Trout) and on another visit live Rock Cod steamed with Ginger Shallots and soy sauce - simply delicious.

Another time we had Clams with chili paste and Mantis Shrimp with chili paste.

Food was great.

They have a bar and serve alcohol and also have a trolley which brings drinks to the tables.

Give it a try - but it is very busy and sometimes takes a bit of time to get a table - an unavoidable consequence of serving reasonably priced good food.
Written November 9, 2017
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HW08
Port Macquarie, Australia313 contributions
Has a Food Court
Aug 2017 • Solo
Like most of the shopping centres I have seen on the Cotai strip, most of the shops are so expensive, they are just for window shopping. However they do have a McDonald's on a lower level and food court on level 3. Don't expect western food, it's virtually all Asian with some different dishes. Food is quick and quite reasonable. The shopping centre is best for being active and staying out of the weather be it cold or hot.
Written August 25, 2017
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TheWholeTruthES
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL578 contributions
Poor food selection
Jun 2017 • Couples
For a mall of this standing and location, it has a surprisingly limited restaurant selection, specially compared to the other nearby malls.
Written June 17, 2017
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