You need to bring your passport to get in for free as a foreigner. Locals have to pay, presumably to deter them from gambling, but I guess some love it enough that they are willing to fork over the fee.
I didn't think it was appropriate to take photos inside, so I don't have any pics of this place. Looks similar to Bellagio or any other large casino in Las Vegas though.
They have dispensers along the sides for free hot water, Chinese tea, coffee, and hot Milo, yum! I can't even count how many cups we downed because we were so cold from all the air-conditioning.
I'm not a huge gambler, so we just walked around to check out the surroundings and see how large the hands were. I'll occasionally play slots, but I couldn't find my favorite game--Wheel of Fortune.
I finally spied a few small banks along one side, but several of the machines were under repair. I did try my luck on another game, lost it all, and then gained it all back and then some. But it was a $0.02 machine, so even if you strike gold, your total winnings are still miniscule. But I see it as entertainment value for low stakes. It was fun to show my skeptical bf that slots could be fun by only playing $10 or $20. Hey, in Singapore, my winnings were enough to pay for a nice meal! :)
I didn't like how the ground floor was smoking, as it's always a bit annoying for non-smokers. But upstairs, the non-smoking section was just around the room in an O formation and didn't seem as impressive as the massive layout on the ground floor.
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