Marina Bay Sands Casino - Singapore
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Housed in its own building within Marina Bay Sands, Marina Bay Sands casino offers fours levels of gaming in a luxurious setting. Patrons can enjoy a plethora of games: over 2500 slot machines, 600 table games, and electronic games in nearly 15,000 square meters casino space ensuring a stimulating time for everyone.
The casino boasts nearly 500 tables spread on 4 levels including one non-smoking level. And to make sure the entertainment keeps you awake the whole night, a rich variety of 13 games are available: Baccarat, No-Commission Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette, Sic Bo, Singapore Stud Poker, Money Wheel, Pontoon, Three Pictures, 7UP Baccarat, Power Baccarat, Texas Hold'em Bonus, Progressive, Three Card Poker, Craps and Mini-Dice.
Additionally, 200 games are on offer in the High Limit, Ruby and Paiza areas.
Premium players and Paiza members can enjoy exclusive gaming and dining privileges in one of the 35 private gaming rooms on the casino's upper two levels.
Singaporeans and Permanent residents need to make a levy payment to access to the casino. Day levy: S$100; Annual Levy: S$2000 online casino levy payment
Walk outside the Marina Bay Sands and the three towers, Theatre Block, Casino Block, Convention and Exhibition Facilities Block will each greet you.
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