When it comes to casinos most people automatically think of Las Vegas. However, a location far away from the city of Sin has overcome the ‘gambling Mecca’ in terms of annual gambling-related revenue.
Macau. A place that probably sounds unfamiliar to many people, but you might want to memorize it if you’re a true gambler. Macau is the only place in Chine where you can gamble legally. Therefore millions of tourists make a pilgrimage to the former outpost of Portugal’s. Its gambling revenue in 2014 reached $45 billion for 2013, while Las Vegas only “made” $6.5 billion.
Considering these measurements it’s easy to see why you need to twirl the globe to find the biggest casino in the world.
Venetian Macau holds this prestigious title with its 546,000 square feet floor area, 4200 slots and table games – supplemented by 53 bars and restaurants. Good news for those who attend to visit that the building is impossible to miss with its 39 stories. The setup of the casino will probably be familiar since it also conjures up the milieu of the fabulous Italian city – just like its sister casino in Las Vegas.
When you get tired of playing, you can also find many opportunities to relax. The 15,000 seat indoor arena is the home of major, music, sport and television events as well as Cirque Du Soleil shows.
Whether you’re a low or a high roller you can always find the stakes which suit your expectations. Venetian Macau also offers an exclusive VIP club for their premium players. The club is open 24/7 – with private restaurants and gaming rooms for the members.
The casino is a great choice for families as well thanks to ‘Kids at Venetian’ with plenty of features such as a 6-meter-tall climbing course, speed and rainbow slides to entertain children.
The Venetian Casino Resort Macau makes guests fall in love immediately thanks to the luxurious and expanded treats they offer. It is a must-visit casino for every gambler in the world.