Las Vegas is always the first destination you think of when you want to party hard and gamble throughout the night. This destination has become famous with the Las Vegas strip of sparkling lights, superior hotels, fantastic entertainment and gambling opportunities. However, you don’t have to travel to Vegas to have fun; there are many alternative destinations to choose from.
Gambling has been legal in Macau, China since the 1850’s and this area is now known as the “Monte Carlo of the Orient” with thirty three casinos for you to choose from. Gambling is now the biggest revenue source for this area.
The Venetian Macau is the biggest casino and there are 23 casinos located on the peninsula with a further ten on Taipa Island. Most of these are luxury hotels offering guest rooms, restaurants, shops, entertainment and fantastic casinos.
When you are not sightseeing on the streets of London you can enjoy the resort style casinos, similar to those you would find in Las Vegas. London has twenty four casinos with the Hard Rock Casino being the largest with 18,000 square foot of gambling space, closely followed by Aspinalls.
Anywhere you travel within the UK you will find these super casinos. Manchester has won the super casino location in the past. However, if you want to see Buckingham Palace or visit Big Ben, then staying within the city limits and enjoying the gambling opportunities there, is the best option.
Monte Carlo is a known seaside resort area with breath taking views and home to the Monte Carlo grand prix. But there are many superior gambling opportunities in this area with four large casinos to choose from. Le Café de Paris is the largest, followed by Le Grand Casino, Monte Carlo Sporting Club and Sun Casino.
This area gives you the opportunity to party late into the night, play some slots until the early hours of the morning and then lie of the beach and soak up the sun during the day.
Singapore is home to some of the best large casinos with Marina Bay being the leading resort investment in the world. Then there is the Sands Casino Singapore which is set on a peaceful riverside offering a choice of games while the new Resorts World at Sentosa is an ultra-modern area filled with sparkling lights and ringing bells.
Singapore has become one of the top destinations when you are looking for a good night out with some fun gambling and a choice of superior restaurants.
Nassau in the Bahamas offers picturesque views, clubs, awe inspiring architecture and a choice of gambling opportunities. Paradise Island is home to the Atlantis where you can enjoy all your favourite casino games from the slot machines to poker twenty four hours a day.
The Bahamas has always offered a resort island ambience with sparkling blue waters and long sandy shore lines, great shopping and superb restaurants. Now you also can add some fun into your island holiday by visiting some of the finest casinos available.
Jon Dennis is a travel and gaming fanatic who currently writes for Ladbrokes Games.