Wynn Palace Dragon SkyCab: Wynn Palace to Cotai Leste LRT Station by Cable Car

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As I was running short of time, I had a short trainspotting session at a lookout point in Wynn Palace, followed by a short walkaround in the shopping area before heading back to the Wynn Palace Dragon SkyCab to head back down to Cotai Leste LRT Station to continue my Macau transport exploration.

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Queuing up for the Wynn Palace Dragon SkyCab.

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The Wynn Palace cable car station is angled 90 degrees.

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A large LED screen above the platform.

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Boarding can commence the moment a cable car empties out.

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Following the instructions of the Wynn Palace staff to get to the next available cable car. Again, due to the never-ending demand, all cable cars are shared.

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The air-conditioning unit in the Wynn Palace Dragon SkyCab.

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Departing from Wynn Palace cable car station.

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Heading down to another golden dragon.

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The journey from Wynn Palace to Cotai Leste is a lot shorter as the line only goes about a quarter of the round around the Performance Lake.

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The rail-“air” transfer at Cotai Leste.

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Turning sharp right at this “angle station” at the mouth of the golden dragon.

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Goodbye Wynn Palace.

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Descending into Cotai Leste cable car station.

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Approaching Cotai Leste cable car station.

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Interestingly, the platform is slightly concave curved, probably to allow the running cable to pass through the station smoothly as the cars get detached into the station.

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Disembarking from the Wynn Palace Dragon SkyCab.

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This Doppelmayr cable car looks the same as the Mount Faber one, except with a different colour scheme and additional air-conditioning.

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Heading out of Cotai Leste cable car station. You can see from here how near the steps are up to Cotai Leste LRT Station.

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The stunning views of the Wynn Palace Dragon SkyCab from Cotai Leste.

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Hopefully, there will be a sheltered link connecting Cotai Leste LRT Station to Cotai Leste cable car station in future. It’s quite wasted to have the two transit stations barely 2 meters beside each other at the nearest point, yet have no physical connections.

Overall, a nice short ride back to the outside world with the Wynn Palace Dragon SkyCab. The ride out of Wynn Palace is shorter, but I guess that’s what the guest would want, with a scenic ride towards the place of interest and a quick ride out after losing it all at the casino to get home (or back to the hotel) quickly.

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