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Top casinos to visit when travelling to Asia

January 29, 2014

Asia has really made a name for itself as a place to travel to if you want to play at some of the world’s finest casinos in the last decade or so – and these are just a few of the best ones it has to offer.

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The Wynn Macau
There is no more spectacular Far East casino than the Wynn Macau, from the remarkable Dragon of Fortune semi-animated show, to the high stakes gambling and the high end clothing boutiques. Certainly not a casino complex to visit if you are strapped for cash, the Wynn Macau is a rich man’s playground, but there are casinos in Asia that will suit those with less weighty wallets. The games at sites like http://www.jackpotcity.co.uk have definitely made this a more popular destination.

The Grand Lisboa
This is one good example, and it is a great one to spend time at if you are serious about enjoying the best casino gambling experience possible. If you love poker you will find the most sizeable poker room of any casino in Asia here, but if you prefer dice or slot games there is no shortage of either here as well. Furthermore, with impressive entertainment attractions like Crazy Paris alongside the games, you don’t have to spend all of your time there gambling.

The Venetian Macau
Like the Wynn, this Macau casino is based on the Vegas Venetian, and it does not disappoint in comparison with its more famous Sin City namesake. The Venetian Macau is actually the biggest casino of the 33 on offer in the Chinese resort, and is just as spectacular as the one in Vegas – complete with recreation of Venetian architecture and canals.

The Marina Bay Sands
While Macau may still dominate the Asian casino industry, Singapore is now hot on its heels, thanks to large-scale casino complexes like the Marina Bay Sands. This is one of two giant ones in Singapore, alongside Resorts World, and is of such quality that Macau could find itself with a genuine competitor.



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