Galaxy Macau Casino, Asia’s Answer to Vegas


Vegas, be scared.
Galaxy Entertainment has opened their all new casino and resort in Macau, May this year. Built over a huge space that can cover more than 67 football fields, Galaxy Entertainment has spent $1.9 billion to build this wonder which can outshine any casino in Vegas on any given day.Owned by Chinese cement billionaire, Lui Che-woo, Galaxy also has a man-made beach of 350 ton, a 7 screen state of the art multiplex cinema and much more. The casino is the only one scheduled to open in the southern Chinese city this year. It will have room for up to 600 gambling tables and 1,500 slot machines. Three hotels will have more than 2,200 rooms while a 40,000 square-foot (4,000 square-meter) wave pool will generate waves splashing onto an artificial sandy beach.
It’s the 34th casino to open in Macau, the only place in China where gambling is legal. The betting industry in Macau is far bigger than Las Vegas, estimates suggest Macau betting industry stands at $24 billion.