Sands Resorts Macao has launched an advertising campaign entitled “Sands Golden Chefs” to promote the range and quality of dining available across its restaurants.
The short film, which parodies classic kung fu movies such as “18 Bronzemen” and “God of Cookery,” is a light-hearted take that showcases The Venetian Macao, The Parisian Macao, Sands Cotai Central and Sands Macao as must-visit culinary destinations.
Produced by creative agency Saatchi & Saatchi Shanghai, “Sands Golden Chefs” shows the journey of 12 renowned Sands Resorts Macao chefs to “The Golden Chef Academy,” where they endure arduous training and endurance tests before attaining “Golden Chef” status, the gaming operator noted in a statement.
Artfully drawing comparisons between the skills required for both martial arts and the culinary arts, the short film utilises cinematic effects to show how Sands Resorts Macao chefs combine multiple disciplines to achieve their power over food.
Twelve shorter versions focusing on each individual chef will also be released.
The ritz-carlton receives forbes awards
The Ritz-Carlton, Macau and ESPA at The Ritz-Carlton, Macau have achieved top marks in the publication’s annual Star Awards, receiving five stars for excellence in service and facilities from Forbes Travel Guide for the third consecutive year.
Lai Heen, The Ritz-Carlton, Macau’s Chinese restaurant, also made the prestigious list.
Rauf Malik, vice president of operations at JW Marriott Hotel Macau and The Ritz-Carlton, Macau remarked, “We are delighted that our efforts to deliver such experiences have been recognized once again by a leading authority like the Forbes Travel Guide.”
The Ritz-Carlton, Macau was awarded five stars for its “quality facilities, outstanding culinary experiences, world-class spa and unsurpassed views of Macau,” the gaming operator said in a statement.
Calling ESPA “a calming retreat amid the lights and liveliness of action-packed Cotai,” Forbes Travel Guide cited the spa’s unique signature treatments, natural products and luxurious facilities when bestowing its highest rating of five stars.
Forbes Travel Guide gave Lai Heen an impressive four stars for its Cantonese delicacies.