Casinos in Asia aren’t just big they are some of the best in the world, and they are giving Vegas a run for its money. Places like Macau and Singapore are overtaking the traditional gambling scene with their lavish and highly rated casinos. If you are heading off to Asia and your gambling skills are a little rusty why not check out a guide on how to learn roulette from the start or any other classic casino game you’re looking to try your hand in.
The City of Dreams
This casino is one of Macau’s newest addition to their casino scene it had a grand opening with fireworks included in mid-2009. The City of Dreams isn’t just made up of a hotel, in actual fact it has three, as well as designer brand shops, restaurants and bars. A water theme links the hotels that rise up from a huge casino base which is over 420,000 sq.ft. The casino itself features over 520 gambling tables and 1,350 gaming machines which offer every game.
Studio City Macau
Last year the Cotai strip saw the new arrival of Studio City Macua which features a 500, 000 sq.ft. casino along with a hotel and the highest Ferris wheel in the world at a staggering 130 metres above the ground.
The Venetian Macao- resort currently holds the title as one of the grandest hotels and casino on the Cotai strip. It is a concept flown in from Las Vegas, as it has the famous gondola filled canals and a Chinese sampan. The casino at The Venetian boasts a 546,000 sq.ft gaming floor with roughly 6,000 slot machines and over 700 different table games that has all the classics and then some.
MGM Grand Macau
If baccarat is your game of choice then when in Macau head down to the MGM Grand as you will be spoilt for choice. As well as baccarat there are over 300 table games to keep you entertained as well as more than 1,000 slot machines. MGM also features a special ‘Robocon’ series of slot machines which visitors from Hong King, Mainland China and Japan who have grown up with the cartoon figure will find it great fun to play. If that doesn’t keep you satisfied then you’re in luck as the MGM PR machine does have luck draws where few winners can get cash prizes.
This casino is also located in Macau and the resort opened in 2008. It is placed at the centre of the inner harbour on the west side of Macau, right at the water’s edge, before the resort it was actually a fisherman’s port. But now stands a casino area of about 270,000 sq.ft which players now have accessed to 150 table games, 5 exclusive VIP rooms and over 100 different slot machines.
Wynn Macau features more than 600 hotel rooms, 2 restaurants, a bar, 3 retail stores and a spa. It doesn’t just stop there though this resort in Asia is basically paradise. As those looking to have some fun and maybe win some extra cash can check out the casino too. Wynn Macau casino has 10,000 sq.ft of gaming tables, in total the casino is over 200,000 sq.f t which features 501 table games, and over 375 slot machines.