Casinos & gambling in Macau

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Casinos & Gambling in Macau

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  • UOtterTravel
    Port Saint Lucie, FL1,285 contributions
    This was the first stop on our day tour of Macau and we were given some time to wander around and explore. It’s like the original in Vegas, just bigger. There are many shops, gondola rides, and of course the casino. Photography isn’t allowed in the gaming area, but our guide told us to take the escalator up and turn around for a view into the gaming area and to snap photos that way. The gaming area isn’t as open as it is in Vegas.
    Written March 22, 2020
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  • ROCruiser
    Claremont, CA4,533 contributions
    We made good use of their free shuttles from the ferry terminal which was quite convenient although crowded. We waited in line but it moved quickly. Coupon books were given when boarding the bus and we were able to receive a free umbrella each using one of the coupons inside. This is probably the most popular and oldest casino in Macau. It's much more like any other casinos in Las Vegas comparing to the time I came here forty years ago.
    Written April 7, 2020
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  • Irina M
    Macau, China22 contributions
    My children loves to come to MGM to see fish at their aquarium. They also have the seahorse/dolphin show lately. It is the most quiet towards night time, with almost the whole lobby to ourselves. It is now very convenient to visit MGM as we can park in One Central with purchases from MGM.
    Written December 28, 2020
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  • Fakhruddin A
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia330 contributions
    I have never been to any casinos in my life before and never gamble. This casino was my first casino I visited while in Macau.

    Before I was allowed to enter the casino, a bouncer requested an ID or passport from me. They just needed to ensure that I was more than 21 years old. Okay, should I take that as a compliment? Hehe

    Oh there was no specific dress-code to go in, so that was kind of cool.

    For a first-timer, I found it very interesting to see the scene, like exactly in a movie (except no action/fighting scenes hehe). I did not even understand how to play as they were written in Chinese characters.

    Anyway it was a nice experience though.
    Written May 12, 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • SBTarrant
    Hong Kong, China3 contributions
    Unfortunately the dog racing is apparently closing soon, a victim of animal rights campaigners and declining interest. Consequently it is all rather run down and shabby, but well worth a visit. Catch it before it goes later this year.
    If it was properly done up, marketed and the animals were humanely cared for after their racing career was finished I'm sure there would still be a place for the dog racing in Macau.
    Written June 3, 2018
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  • TjoekFie
    Jakarta, Indonesia34 contributions
    Stay in this hotel as part of tour package. We arrive at night and suddenly the whole lobby is overcrowded by us waiting to get into the elevator to our rooms. It took me about 20 minutes to my room (at last). Room was nice, spacy, clean. Bathroom have both shower and tub with mirror in the middle (so it is quite big). Clean towels. Breakfast was good (I like it 😊). Across the street there is a Seven Eleven nearby. Check out was also take a while because apart of from our tour group there was also another tour group doing check out.
    Written June 15, 2017
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  • awhw
    Beijing, China858 contributions
    Nick-named 'the pirate boat', the old casino boats retain their old world charm and atmosphere of the bygone age, when most of the new (or not that new) casino hotels were noy yet built. The name 'pirate boat' was according to losers. It is worth a look as if to see the beginning of the entertaimnet age of Macau, at no cost for a visit.
    Written December 31, 2017
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  • Baldwin_Mr
    Singapore, Singapore337 contributions
    The Babylon Casino is not as flash as the big places around Macao, but it's ok for a flutter when you're at Fishermans Wharf.
    Written September 19, 2015
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  • Rob R
    Melbourne, Australia14 contributions
    Unfortunately the Roulette table wasn`t freindly enough to us however we won a little bit on the pokies.
    The drawback, (pardon the pun) is that smoking is still allowed in the Casino.
    Written June 21, 2012
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