Another establishment that we couldn’t miss off the list of must see casinos, is the Venetian Macao. Macau overtook Vegas in terms of gambling revenue collected around six years ago. It seems like it’s only now though that the world is beginning to take notice of such a goldmine industry in such an emergent part of the world.
The Venetian Macao is one of the world’s largest buildings and would fit right into the Vegas Strip. Indeed the Venetian Macao is nothing short of the world’s largest casino, projecting into the sky in a pale silvery gargantuan arc. It has 3,000 hotel rooms and all the trappings of a modern super casino.
The Sands Macao is owned by the Sands Corporation like the Marina Bay. It has a huge amount of gaming tables, so is very practical for the kind of tourist who wishes to see actual gambling action rather than just the glitzy shows, which are also abundant ion Macau. Such choice is important for casinos nowadays, as they are being rivaled by mobile casino sites that have a huge amount of choice.
Singapore and Macau are the two gambling capitals of the Asian world, so any tourist looking to visit the casino should make these destinations top of their list.
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