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Gambling across the world has become a luxury experience, with many hotels building their own casino as a way to appeal to tourists. Asia especially has some of the best casinos in the world that connect to sprawling buildings, beaches, and spacious suites. Let’s take a look at some of these top Asian casino resorts that have their homes in Malaysia, China, Korea, and Singapore.
Goa, India – The Zuri White Sands
The Zuri White Sands holds true to its name, as it’s a beautiful casino resort located at the edge of white sandy beaches. With over 154 well-appointed rooms, a swimming pool, and a casino full of slots and table games, you’ll never run out of things to do. Hungry? Try out one of the six dining establishments ranging from sheltered eateries to poolside bars.
Along with gambling, there are multiple other forms of entertainment, like body massages, healing therapies, and yoga packages. However, since you may not be able to visit The Zuri White Sands to check it out anytime soon, you can play at an online casino in the meantime. If you are interested, cheap rooms start at $150 – $200 a night.
Seoul, South Korea – The Paradise Walkerhill Casino
Primarily inspired by other Asian casino establishments, particularly The Venetian Macau, The Paradise Walkerhill Casino in South Korea was built to improve tourist numbers in the country. It’s actually an exclusive casino specifically for foreigners that want to play baccarat, blackjack, table games, and slot machines as well as indulge in entertainment.
Since opening in 1968, Paradise Casino Walkerhill has gained a longstanding reputation for its comfortable facilities and its ability to satisfy customers. This casino truly looks like it came straight from Las Vegas, especially when you look at its VIP rooms, which are completely decorated with gold paint and rose carpets.
Singapore, Singapore – The Marina Bay Sands Resort
The Marina Bay Sands Resort is an instantly recognizable building because of its equally tall massive skyscrapers and an extended deck that runs the length of the three. This integrated resort sits within the Downtown Core district of Singapore and is billed as the most expensive casino property valued at $8 billion.
With over 2,500 rooms, 160 thousand square feet, and filled with shops, museums, a large theater, and multiple restaurants – there’s a lot to do in this land-based casino. The Marina Bay Sands Resort also has the world’s largest atrium casino with 1,600 slot machines and 500 tables that feature poker and blackjack.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Resorts World Genting
Whereas The Marina Bay Sands Resort is noticeable from the ground, Resorts World Genting is noticeable from space due to the way the resorts decided to decorate. Not only that, but the resort is massive, with over 200 thousand square feet, 10466 rooms, and filled to the brim with shopping malls, theme parks, and casinos.
It has a fantastic location, as it sits at the summit of the beautiful Titiwangsa Mountains. You will need to reveal outside of Kuala Lumpur to see it, but it’s a great place to relax if you’re willing to make the trip. While Resorts World Genting is accessible by car, it’s common for patrons to use cable cars as it’s safer than driving through the mountains.
Macau, China – The Grand Lisboa
The Grand Lisboa is an architectural marvel because it resembles ancient Chinese architecture but gives it a modern, window laden twist. The casino offers 1,000 slot machines, 800 gaming tables, and contains 430 hotel suites and rooms. It’s the tallest building in Macaus and is the most distinctive part of the city’s skyline.
Interestingly, this casino is the first casino in Macau to offer Texas hold ’em poker ring games, craps, and several other games that were previously omitted from Chinese casinos. With 52 floors and a list of over 14,600 wines, you can stay at Hotel Lisboa for less than $100 dollars a night – really cheap for a luxury hotel.