Macau also passes through “Monte Carlo in the East”, but my favorite is “Las Vegas on steroids” – so eloquently, no. Macao’s growth began in 2002, when it began investing huge sums of money in the tourism and gambling industry. And for the short time since 2002, Macao has not only become a gambling mecca in Asia, but has completely surpassed its Las Vegas counterpart. Macao’s gambling revenues are 3 times higher than in Las Vegas.
As in Vegas, there is a casino boulevard and here it is called the Cotai Strip. Unlike Vegas, consumption is strictly forbidden, but smoking is allowed in dedicated areas. Not surprisingly, you can’t take pictures in casinos and you should be smartly dressed. A big advantage of gambling in Macau is that you don’t have to pay any tax on your winnings, while all the lucky winners in Sin City have to pay around 30% tax on their jackpots.. All 49 Macau casinos are open 24 hours a day.
Its extremely futuristic architecture makes it an easily recognizable building. As an integrated resort, Marina Bay Sands has a hotel, a mall, an art science museum, 2 theaters, a convention exhibition center, 2 floating pavilions, an ice rink, a spa, a casino with 350 tables and 2300 slots and the famous SkyPark with an infinity pool overlooking the city skyline.The casino offers over 250 game titles and over 20 table games, including various types of Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette, Poker based games, Craps, Sic Bo, Pai Gow etc. The resort is home to a casino, an Adventure Cove water park, a SEA Aquarium, a Universal Studios theme park, 5 hotels (including Hard Rock Hotel), 12 famous fine dining restaurants, a spa and a shopping mall.
Speaking of numbers, Macao is certainly the winner of the title of “best performing casino resort”. But when it comes to popularity, Vegas can’t be closed. Let me explain this in detail. Yes, Macao earns more money, but the reason is not that there are more players and tourists. It’s because the players there are big players. People go to Vegas and spend a slot on a slot just to get free drinks. This is not going to happen in Macao – let me say it again – don’t drink in casinos. People go there only for gambling and gambling. That’s why minimum bets are significantly higher – starting at about $ 36 for most table games, while in Vegas, the minimum is around $ 3.…