Often Macau and Las Vegas are called the interchangeable destinations. But the fact is, both the gambling destinations are the two major pillars that are worth exploring!
Macau, also known as Macao Special Administrative Region of the Republic of China, is one of the regions situated on the opposite of Hong Kong.
It was earlier known as Portuguese Macau and managed by the Portuguese Empire from the 1500s until 1999. Due to this, the influence of Portugal is still seen and you will find a great fusion of Chinese and Portuguese influences all over the region.
Macau is one of the richest cities in the world and the most densely populated area as well. At present, Macau serves the heavily populated Asian world that includes Australia, New Zealand, and the Island countries, and also visitors from Europe and North America.
As per estimation, in 2014 Macau earned a gaming revenue of 44 billion dollars, almost seven times of Vegas.
Gamblers Expectation from Macau
Gamblers expect all the glitz, pizazz and glamour of Las Vegas even three times larger. In its food that is served, to the amazing international shows to the grand casino action. There are many travelers to Macau who just shop and play. It can be easily said gambling revenues are also larger than life as Macau is the gambling den of the world.
For many gamblers all over the world, Las Vegas will remain the center of high action casinos and casino hotels. It is an oasis in the center of the desert. This otherwise tough area of the western United States has been made suitable for living and progressive by sourcing water from the nearby Colorado River.
With the very first casinos began in the 1930s, by the 1960’s Las Vegas become a modernized area suited for investments, businessmen and Hollywood stars to retreat for a gambling getaway. Being one of the 28th largest city in the US, by early ‘90s Las Vegas became the great resort town and has interestingly built up the strip into a gambler’s paradise.
Although it also witnessed the time of financial crunch, it did not stop investment and development. Many say that the financial crisis in the US contributed to the huge growth in Macau. In 2014 Las Vegas had over 41 million visitors and only 31 million visitors to Macau. It is tough to decide which casino stacks up best but both are equally large, vibrant and welcoming when it comes to entertaining their visitors with all pizazz.