Let’s not forget the gambling. At over 550,000 square feet this is the largest gambling floor in the world, and it’s well executed. Spacious and brightly lit, the floor is less intimidating than many in Macau, and much more similar to the sprawling complexes in Las Vegas. On the other hand, it is incredibly easy to get lost inside this behemoth.
870 gaming tables and 3400 slot machines offer ample opportunity to pour money away, yet despite its size and being open 24 hours the floor is perpetually busy, particularly the gaming tables. This buzz of people contributes to that uniquely exciting Casino atmosphere. Around the sides are numerous restaurants, often transplanted from Hong Kong, as well as several entertainment shows and cabarets – the casino has already been hosts to the Black Eyed Peas and a tennis match between Roger Federer and Pete Sampras.