Nearly a decade old this is one of the landmarks of Singapore. It is located at the Marina bay Sands Hotel, and is more than being just a traditional casino. Activities here surpass just the conventional play of gambling and making some prize money. It is well-equipped to become a hot shot entertainment destination in the whole of Southeast Asia. You place your bets, as you play cards, the machines, the roulettes, and then wait until the lady luck charms in your favour. The ambience is such that will leave you awestruck and make you want to stay more. Even if you are not the playing kinds, there’s ample of things to look at as you take a stroll around just to experience the place. Some lucky patrons in the past have been proud owners of the premium cars that were given away as a prize of the ‘Mystery Car Jackpot’. If you are not the gambling kinds or you have run out of luck, then you may take the elevator up to the 56th floor to enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of the city. You may even go chill at some buzzing rooftop clubs and sip on to some drinks. So, even if it’s your bad day at the casino, there is some entertainment always around to keep you occupied and cheer you up.
Location: Marina Bay Sands Hotel
Known for: The most expensive casino with newest electronic devices.
How to reach: The nearest spot to get to the Marina Bay Sands by metro (MRT) is Bayfront. Once you reach Bayfront, you can stroll down through the mall, thereby reaching the hotel’s lobby area to access the casino. One can also avail of bus services and water taxi to get here.
Cost: Foreigners entry is free for casinos in this hotel, however, an entry is levied for Singaporean and permanent residents of Singapore. There are two types of levy; 24 hours costing INR 30000-35000 approximately and an annual entry levy that costs INR 100000-250000 approximately
Operating hours: Open 24 hours
Any precautions/ must carry items etc.: Carry a photo ID and persons entering the casino should be 21 years and above