When travelling across the continent of Asia, there are many casinos found throughout the region. Many of them are fairly new as many nations have made increasing tourism a top goal for themselves. Of all the places in Asia, Macau is probably the best choice for casino gambling. After all, it is the top grossing country in the world in terms of gaming revenue. Some of the casino built in Macau are quite grand and should not be missed. Many of these casinos have been developed by Vegas entrepreneurs who sought to expand their influence by building sister casinos in Macau to their Vegas venues.
For instance, the Sands located in Macau is definitely a casino to visit. While it is owned by the same company who owns the Sands in Vegas, the Macau Sands was built to be much grander. When it first opened, the casino floor only measured 165,000 square feet. However, two years later this space underwent an expansion project which resulted in a total of 229,000 square feet. This seems like a natural progression, but due to the advent of successful online establishments such as Gaming Club, who can offer many games without having to purchase floor space and other expenses, it is also essential in today’s economy.
Another Vegas developer built the MGM Macau here as the sister to the MGM Grand in Vegas. As is the trend, the MGM Macau is much larger. The gaming floor is about 300,000 square feet of gaming space. When it first opened in 2007, it was known as the MGM Grand Macau. However, three years later the Grand was dropped from its name.
The Venetian Macau was also inspired by another Vegas Casino. The result this time is the largest casino in the world and the largest hotel in Asia. The entire resort sprawls out over 10.5 million square feet of land. The casino itself offers 550,000 square feet of casino space. For entertainment and sporting events, the Cotai Arena was also built here providing 15,000 seats for guests.