The Top 5 Gambling Cities in the World For Tourists

Stroll into any casino on the planet after 12 PM. Truly, bookmark this and just keep pursuing once you’re inside. Glance around. You’ve entered the blend for the entirety of society’s different characteristics, outsiders, whimsy and nonconformists. These individuals are your new companions for the following hours. It resembles The Breakfast Club, just with unendingly more bitterness. Take that person playing blackjack in smoky cloudiness. He doesn’t address anybody with the exception of the seller, and, after its all said and done – like a drowsy sadomasochist – he murmurs ‘hit me’ softly to connote he needs another card. Homeboy doesn’t gaze upward from the table, nor does he look at his chips. He realizes precisely the amount he has consistently, a blackjack craftsman. Betting is a great deal like being robbed by a huge, amicable man shrouded in neon lights that gives you a 25% possibility of recovering your cash with premium.  

Macau, China

The moment we all have been waiting for. The top of the list for the most famous gambling cities is marked by none other that the city of China, Macau! Since Macau has its own legal system, monetary system and immigration policy it is distinct from the laws of China. This is due to the fact that Macau was a Portuguese colony and while being returned to China a law stating an autonomous status for the next 50 years for the city was passed. Macau brings in about 50% of the income of its economy through gambling tourists. Along with its development, Macau brought in western-style casino games. Mainly four types of games are found in the city: casino games, greyhound racing, sports betting, and lotteries. It is the highest revenue generator and a place filled with gamblers. People from every country tend to hit this city for its great fortune and variety of games. Catch the next flight as soon as possible!

Best Casinos in the World – Macau

Las Vegas, U.S.A

Vegas! I know you’re wondering why Las Vegas, THE city of gamblers, isn’t at the top of the list. It’s a fair question but let me assure you, there’s no other place like Vegas. This is the city you’re looking for. The one where you can visit the peak attractions all wrapped into one incredible city! You name it. Eiffel Tower, London Eye, Sin City having hundreds and hundreds of casinos waiting eagerly just for you. Don’t waste any more time and rush to Vegas. Maybe head into the popular casinos: Caesars Palace, Casino Royale, Lucky Dragon, Bellagio, Cosmopolitan and many, many more.

Things to Know Before Visiting Las Vegas Casinos, USA

Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA

The only problem you’ll ever face in Atlantic City is probably which casino to spend your night in. With variety of options starting from high-stakes poker to a penny slot machines you can choose any place to develop your skills in gambling. Since Atlantic City is famous for its gambling itself, it’s a known destination for all the gamblers. Though it is a bit overshadowed by Vegas, it never fails to provide you with an amazing time. Some of the must-visit casino resorts are Caesars at Atlantic City, Harrah’s Resort, Resorts Casino Hotel and Bally’s Atlantic City

Monte Carlo, Monaco

I backpacked the small country of Monaco and loved my time in Monte Carlo. Here there is not just a class, state of the art casino, but a huge harbour, some swanky bars and restaurants plus a load more. You should try your luck in the main casino, used in manys a movie or TV show, like James Bond in Casino Royale, and If They Could See Us Now from Only Fools And Horses, both of which were set and shot in Monte Carlo.

Outside the famous Monte Carlo Casino in Monaco.

Backpacking in Monte Carlo in Monaco

London, England

Although the stereotypical image of London conjured up in the minds of most North Americans involves fresh pots of tea and Big Ben looming over the city, London is one of the most important cities on the planet, for both economic and cultural reasons. While there are a plethora of casinos open to the public that are well worth your time, London is also noteworthy for the casinos that aren’t open to the public. Exclusive establishments like the Ritz and the Crockfords Club have a stricter policy about who’s allowed inside to gamble, but the average person probably wouldn’t want to sit down at a poker game with a £10,000 buy in anyhow.

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