Planning your next trip to Asia? Be not be discouraged by the talk that Asia is a conservative continent. You can still quench your thirst for gaming even if you find yourself in the supposedly ‘conservative’ continent as there are dozens of destinations that offer the best when it comes to gaming facilities and the games on offer, the game selection you will find here equate to the game selection available at huge online casinos such as NetBet Live. The following are some of the top gaming destinations in Asia.
Macau is a small country in Asia that has risen largely due to its gaming industry. The economy of Macau is based on the success of the gaming industry, even the country’s tourism figures are all inspired by the country’s magnificent casino resorts. As the country base its survival on gaming, it’s no surprise that it recently surpassed the revenue figures generated by Las Vegas. In Macau, there are games for everyone, from the classics such as Fan-tan to modern day’s Texas hold-em. There are a number of great casino resorts in Macau with arguably the most impressive being the Casino Lisboa. The casino was officially opened in 1970, the same year that the Stanley Ho Hotel was opened. Casino Lisboa and the Stanley Ho Hotel are connected to each other by a footbridge. The Galaxy Macau casino comes a close second but in general, all the casinos in Macau (over 30) are simply majestic.
Visitors who love gaming do not leave out Singapore even though it only has two casinos. However, the lure of these two casinos lies in the sheer scale of each of the casinos. The Marina Bay Sands Resort is simply stunning more so if you catch a glimpse of it at night from a distance or from an aerial view. The resort has three standing towers that illuminate the country at night with glowing colours. There are innumerable designer boutiques in addition to a nightclub, restaurants, an ice rink and a canal that runs through all the boutiques. Resorts World Sentosa is the other casino and it is equally impressive as the Marina Bay Sands Resort. The one thing which separates it with other casinos is the Universal Studios theme park, the first of its kind in Asia.
If someone can ask you to name one similarity between South Korea and the Principality of Monaco, what would you say? Probably a lot of interesting answers have come up but the one similarity is that South Korea like Monaco forbids its citizens from using the country’s casinos. However, if you are a foreigner, you can enjoy the many beautiful casino resorts South Korea has to offer, most of which are found in the capital, Seoul. The Paradise Casino Walker Hill is arguably the most popular among tourists, a modern casino with state of the art facilities. The casino overlooks the Han River and offers a great viewing spectacle for visitors. If you want a more quiet and peaceful environment, the island of Jeju-do offers a more peaceful environment. There are several casinos on the island including the Kangwon Casino, the only casino where foreigners are permitted to use.