Vegas style tourism arrives in Danang

Vegas style tourism arrives in Danang

Could this be the next big destination to explode onto the gambling scene

HONG KONG, 3 November 2017: A massive so-called integrated resort project will transform the tourism landscape of central Vietnam when it opens in 2019.

Located between Danang, Vietnam’s third-largest city, the HOIANA project is destined to become the nation’s largest integrated resort appealing to family leisure travellers golfers and gamblers.

Described as mega-tourism, entertainment and leisure developments that combine hotels, restaurants, convention centres, casinos, theme parks, and shopping centres, integrated resorts are established economic winners in Singapore, Macau and the Philippines.

Following the business model of the Venetian and Palazzo in Las Vegas, Disneyland/Disneyworld, Melbourne’s Crown Entertainment Complex, South Africa’s Sun City, Mauritius, and the Atlantis in the Bahamas, Asia is also home to mega, profitable IRs, such as Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore and Okada in Manila.

In the 10 years since the Venetian Macao opened in 2007, Macau’s casino revenue has quadrupled, from HKD55 billion to HKD217 billion last year. Despite a downturn in gaming visitors from China, revenue remains nearly five times the Vegas Strip. Macau visitor arrivals have expanded from 22 million to a projected 32 million this year.



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