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Top 3 casino to visit in Asia

Online casinos have made it possible for more and more people to access casino games.

Once they become confident playing casino games online, they often like to try out a land based venue. .

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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This casino is the world’s largest atrium style casino with over 500 table games and more than 1600 gaming machines. The casino is part of a larger complex that includes a mall, museum, two theatres, seven restaurants, an ice skating rink, and two floating Crystal Pavilions. The top of the resort is comprised of a sky park which can accommodated 3,900 people and includes an infinity pool with a breathtaking view of the city.

Paradise Walker Hill Casino, South Korea

Visitors to South Korea will want to visit the Paradise Casino Walker Hill. Located in the capital of Seoul, the casino resembles a Vegas style casino. Do not expect to meet up with the local residents while gambling here as they are forbidden to play here. The casino is designed with the visitors to the country in mind. There are numerous table games with a wide range of limits to appeal to many different gamblers.

The Venetian Macau, Macau

The Venetian Macau photo

Dubbed the new Las Vegas, Macau has surpassed that city in terms of gambling revenue. If you plan a trip here you will definitely want to visit the Venetian Macau which is the largest casino in the world. The casino floor measures over half a million square feet with an impressive number of gaming choices.

For those gamblers wanting to test out their skills in a land based casino, one of these casinos would be ideal or some of the other top casinos in Asia.

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