Casinos in Singapore to Try Your Luck


Best Casinos in Singapore

Although Singapore isn't Vegas or Monte Carlo, it is definitely not a place to be ignored when it comes to gambling. Although there aren't many casinos in Singapore (first one was built in 2006), some of them offer glitz and glamour that is incomparable to any other. As the Lion City is one of the world's leading banking capitals, there are a lot of high rollers and high stakes every night of the week! While the children have their attractions to look forward to, the adults have something to be excited about too!

Here is the list of 3 Casinos in Singapore to Try Your Luck

1. Marina Bay Sands Casino

Marina Bay Sands Casino is located in the 10 Bayfront Avenue in Singapore. It is spread in an area of 15,000 square meter and can accommodate around 15,000 patrons across the four levels of the Casino. It offers its customers with a lavish space along with 500 gaming tables, 1600 slot or jackpot machines, 30 private gaming rooms, and an area for non-smokers too. Not only this, but it also has the world’s largest chandelier made of Swarovski crystals. The Casino hosts a vast selection of new, popular electronic gaming machines and around 20 table games like Black Jack, Pontoon, Craps, Sic Bo, Baccarat, etc. Usually, the bets at the Casino start from SGD 25.
Entry Fees: Daily Entry for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents: SGD 150 (INR7798)
Annual Entry for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents: SGD 3000 (INR 155960)
Rules & Regulations: Valid ID proof is required for Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents, and Non-Residents. Some of the valid proofs can be Driving License, Passports, NRIC, Immigration Pass, Student Pass, Work Pass, etc. Other forms of ID proofs can be checked in the website of Marina Bay Sands.
Dress Code: Smart casual attire is required and flip flops, slippers, casual short pants, and sleeveless shirts are not allowed.

2. Resorts World Sentosa Casino

Resorts World Sentosa Casino is the first Casino in Singapore. It is located in Resorts World Sentosa which is an integrated resort off the southern coast of Singapore. With a jaw-dropping interior design, entertainment, and food junctions, it has been attracting a huge crowd of people every year. This Casino is owned by Asia’s largest gaming operator Resorts World Sentosa and has been acclaimed as one of the most sophisticated Casinos in the world. Here, you will get an unrivalled experience with games like Baccarat, Blackjack, Slots, and other electronic game machines.
Entry Fees: Daily Entry for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents: SGD 100 (INR 5198)
Annual Entry for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents: SGD 2000 (INR 103973)
Rules & Regulations: Foreign Nationals will be permitted entry only if they produce any identification proofs which involves: a foreign passport, short-term immigration pass, long-term visitor pass with photo ID or a foreign passport, student pass, work pass, or an identification card issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Also, people aged 21 and above are only allowed to enter the Casino.
Dress Code: Casual attire, but shorts and flip flops are not allowed.

3. Aegean Paradise Cruise Casino

Aegean Paradise Cruise Casino is counted in the list of best casinos in Singapore having full day and night gambling session. It is located at 50 Tanaj Mereh Ferry Road. Known as one of the few cruise casinos of Singapore, it aims to provide the finest facilities to its onboard passengers. With around 40 live tables you will find games like Poker and Black Jack to play. Also, one unique feature about this Cruise Casino is the minimum level of bet (as low as SGD 2) by which you can start your game.
Entry Fees:  Entry fee for the Cruise Evening Trip: SGD 25 (INR 1299)
One-night stay in a private cabin: SGD 40 (INR 2079) on week day and SGD 80 (INR 4158) on weekend
Rules & Regulations: For entry into the Cruise, one must have a passport with six months of validity. For foreign nationals, PR IC/re-entry permit/Employment pass/S-pass/Visit Pass/Work Permit or Student Pass which has 14 days of validity is required.
Dress Code: Casual outfit

Visiting a Casino in Singapore should be on your list. However, be responsible, and safe, and gamble only in the spirit of fun!

This post was published by Abhijit Sreepada

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