Gambling is viewed differently by countries. Some rely on it to boost their economy but some forbid it entirely. In recent years, however, more and more casino cities are flourishing, much to the delight of people who like to spend their time in casinos while traveling outside of their countries.
If you are a new gambler looking for casinos to try out, or a hobbyist who no longer fancy Vegas and Macau, here’s a list of alternatives for you:
1. Nassau & Paradise Island
Paradise Island in Bahamas is slowly becoming well-known as a casino city. Its neighboring Nassau, the capital of Bahamas, also boasts of a state-of-the-art casino situated within the luxurious Caribbean resort of Baha Mar.
2. Baden Baden
The small alpine town of Baden Baden in Germany it is where you can find the Versailles castle-looking Spielbank Casino. Spielbank has been catering to European upper class since the 1800s and is considered the world’s classiest casino.
After the Soviet Union collapses in 1991, Tallinn in Estonia became a popular destination in Europe. The influx of visitors paved the way to the construction of a complex in the city that features various casinos with thousands of slots.
There’s no question about Prague’s popularity as a European destination. But up until today, many people are still unaware that this city in Czech Republic has over 14 major casinos and has hosted various World Poker Series.
Located in the coast of England, this city known for its Victorian architecture and a long fine seashore is also famous for its nightlife, nudist beaches, and a variety of casinos that are open from day to night.
Gamblers who visit Pilanes in South Africa are in for a big adventure when because a safari spot sits beside its casino.
Fourways is home to Montecasino, a gambling facility in South Africa with a Tuscan village ambiance and a multitude of gaming tables.
The Casino De Genting is the sole casino in Malaysia. It can be found in the mountains and has an area of 200,000 square feet and consists of thousands of gaming machines.
9. Ho Chi Minh
Gambling only became legal Vietnam in 2017. At present, there are already a hundred casinos in the country, ten of which can be found in the city of Ho Chi Minh.
Despite its disjunct location, Perth is a flourishing casino city. Crown Perth, the largest casino complex in Western Australia, is found here.
Trilenium casino complex is the largest of its kind in South America. It is located in Tigre City, Argentina.
12. Panama City
In Panama City, you can find the largest casinos inside the city’s most famous hotels. When you go to Panama to gamble, keep in mind that tipping is not a usual practice in casinos of this city.
Reno, Nevada gives you the luxury and allure of Vegas for a more inexpensive price. Aside from gambling, the city also offers a lot of interesting activities like skiing in Mt. Rose.
14. Niagara Falls
Apart from its natural tourist spots, Niagara Falls is also a great destination for casino tourism. It features a total of casino complexes.