The Hottest Casinos in Asia

In Asia, you can find plenty of places to gamble and have a good time. Our listings include some of the most glamorous casinos and resorts to date, and are compiled via the feedback we’ve received from our clients and thorough research. For your convenience, the lists below have been broken down into major countries and their respective destinations.



City of Dreams Resort

Address: Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau, China
Phone: (853) 8868 6688
Website: City of Dreams Resort
Right off the bat, the City of Dreams Resort has a gaming experience that blows the competition away. Its gaming floor spans across 420,000 square feet, possibly the largest casino in the world to date. City of Dreams offers over 450 gaming tables and more than 1500 machines. The tables cover many of the classics – Baccarat, Roulette, Blackjack, Texas Hold’Em Poker, and others. If you manage to find your way out of the casino, there is also plenty more to do: enjoy some Asian cuisine, go shopping, relax in one of three spas, or attend an event.

Grand Lisboa

Address: Avenida de Lisboa, Macau
Phone: (853) 2828 3838
Website: Grand Lisboa
The tallest building in Macau, the Grand Lisboa is compromised of 58 floors, and has been making waves since the casino was opened in 2007. Being the first in the city to hold Texas Hold’Em games, and the first to offer craps, many play at the Grand Lisboa for its originality. Four floors of the resort are taken over by the casino, with more than 200 gaming tables and over 700 electronic games to keep you entertained. For the VIPs, there are areas dedicated to you alone, featuring over 100 Baccarat tables and unsurpassed service. Before you leave, if you’re looking for a souvenir, Grand Lisboa has an entire gallery for gifts and other items.

Ponte 16 Resort

Address: Rua das Lorchas and Visconde Paco de Arcos Street, Macao, China
Phone: (853) 8861 0016
Website: Ponte 16 Resort
The Ponte 16 Resort is mostly focused on the gaming one can do in a casino. There are several restaurants for eating, three bars, and only a little over 400 hotel rooms available. The gaming floor itself takes up 270,000 square feet, housing 109 gaming tables, two halls for VIP players, and has over 300 slot machines. With the players in mind, Ponte 16 has one goal: provide an enjoyable gaming environment. When not playing, there is a fitness center and a sauna room, as well as a lovely swimming pool to relax and revitalize.

Starworld Hotel & Casino

Address: Avenida da Amizade, Macau, China
Phone: (853) 2838-3838
Website: Starworld Hotel & Casino
Starworld Hotel and Casino definitely know how to treat their guests, be they visiting on business or for pleasure. Offering only suites and executive rooms, businessmen and those who like luxury come to Starworld. During your visit, you can try the cuisine of several different restaurants, or something a little more intoxicating at their “Whisky Bar.” Their casino is split up for mass gaming and the VIPs, with a gaming floor of 140,000 square feet, filled with nearly 500 tables and slots, and plenty of entertainment on an 855” mega LED screen. The VIP rooms are 556 square feet each, complete with a dining area and space to rest if you’re looking for a more laid back game.

The Venetian Macao

Address: Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca, Macau, China
Phone: (853) 2882 8888
Website: The Venetian Macao
Being one of the few districts in China that allows gambling, Macau has to go all out when it raises a new casino. The Venetian Macao has taken this literally and is practically its own complex within the Macao District. The Venetian Macao is a shopping mall, a spa, a place to chow down, and a casino all-in-one. There are over 200 places to shop, restaurants serving several types of cuisine, and a health and wellness center to keep your head straight and your mind relaxed. The headliner of this casino however is its 374,000 square foot gaming space, complete with 500 gaming tables and 2,000 slot machines.

Wynn Macau Resort

Address: Rua Cidade de Sintra, NAPE, Macau
Phone: (853) 2888 9966
Website: Wynn Macau Resort
Modeled after its Las Vegas sibling, the Wynn Resort in Macau, China looks and operates in a similar fashion. The casino takes up 205,000 square feet, but have just under 600 gambling festivities with slot machines and game tables. Most people come to the Wynn in Macau to find the hottest and most famous fashion stores in the shopping space of the resort, visit the art galleries, or enjoy some of the finer things in life in one of its many spas. Plus, it has several attractions within and surrounding the resort.


Marina Bay Sands

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956, Malaysia
Phone: +65 6688 8888
Website: Marina Bay Sands
If there is any destination where you can feel like you’re on top of the world, it’s definitely at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, Malaysia. An entire floor is dedicated to a park on top of the resort, with restaurants, parties, an observation deck, and the infinity pool – a pool literally overlooking the Singapore skyline. If that alone hasn’t piqued your interest, perhaps the high-end productions or the casino will. The casino has three levels dedicated to it, and has over 2300 slot machines, from the one-armed bandits to popular electronic gaming machines, and over 500 tables with more than 20 different games to play. However, classical Poker is not at this casino, only Poker-esque card games.