Dazzling Photos of the Best Casino Cities in the World

Dazzling Photos of the Best Casino Cities in the World

Located about 35 miles west of Hong Kong, Macau is regarded as Asia's gaming capital. It's referred to as the "Monte Carlo of the East," and rightfully so. The city boasts more than 30 casinos. The Venetian Macau is a re-creation of the Vegas property (but at twice its size).

Monte Carlo, Monaco

Princess Caroline had the idea to open a gambling casino in Monaco. In 1863, her vision became a reality. Since then, Monte Carlo has been considered one of the glitziest gambling establishments.

Las Vegas, Nevada

The strip has turned this casino powerhouse city into much more than slots and table games. Between the main strip and the downtown scene at Fremont street, there are almost endless options for hotels, restaurants and entertainment during your visit.

San Jose, Costa Rica

After a day exploring the museums and parks that San Jose is famous for, visitors can enjoy one of the 40 casinos in Costa Rica, many of which are adjoined to hotels. The most popular game is rummy, the Costa Rican version of blackjack.

Atlantic City, New Jersey

Similar to the strip, most of Atlantic City's casinos lie on the boardwalk, a long stretch bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Tourists flock to the beach in the summer and then enjoy the nightlife that A.C. offers. Several casinos also overlook the nearby marina, off the boardwalk.

London, England

Big Ben and Buckingham Palace are on everyone's must-see list in London, but tourism doesn't end there. The Hippodrome Casino, located in Leicester Square, is one of the many properties offering slots, tables and nightlife in London.

Tunica, Mississippi

Located near the Mississippi River, Tunica's popularity and economy has grown since gambling was introduced in 1990. Gamers come from near and far to enjoy the offerings at Hollywood Casino, Horseshoe Casino, Gold Strike casino, and more.

Paris, France

Despite many closures in recent years, visitors are making use of the casinos that are still up and running. You can try your hand at Le Multicolore (better known as roulette). If slots are more your speed, you'll have to travel about seven miles outside of the city to Casino Barrière Enghien-les-Bains & Hotels, shown here.

Marina Bay, Singapore

Although there there are only two casinos in Singapore, Marina Bay Sands Casino is one of the biggest in the world. The luxury hotel and rooftop infinity pool entices visitors who are looking for a truly unique experience.

Shreveport and Bossier City, Louisiana

Ever gambled on a riverboat? The casinos in Louisiana offer this experience, as well as table games slots, fine dining and buffets. The casinos along Louisiana's northern rivers offer another fun activity after a day at the aquarium, museums and breweries.

Paradise Island, Bahamas

After a day swimming in the clear blue waters of the Bahamas, what better way to unwind than a night out? Two of the largest casinos in the Caribbean, Baha Mar and Atlantis, are located within hotels of the same name.

St. Louis, Missouri

Don't miss the Gateway Arch in St. Louis—or the casinos! There are six popular casinos located in and near St. Louis for gamblers to enjoy in the Midwest. Located on the banks of the Missouri River, the Ameristar is the area's largest casino.

Oranjestad, Aruba

Located in the downtown area of the capital city, Wind Creek Aruba (formerly known as Crystal Casin0) is situated in the Renaissance Aruba hotel. There are 12 casinos in Aruba, which has often been referred to as the "Las Vegas of the Caribbean."

Melbourne, Australia

With five casinos in Melbourne, the Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex is one of the most popular spots in the area. Located on the south bank of the Yarra River, the mega-resort has three hotels, 37 restaurants, a bowling center, arcade and more.

Niagara Falls, Canada

With more than 80 casinos across the entire country of Canada, Quebec and Ontario have the most gaming venues. Canada's betting industry is estimated to generate over $15.5 billion per year, according to casino.org. We're partial to the Fallsview Casino Resort, which boasts amazing views of Niagara Falls.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

There are three popular casinos in San Juan, located in La Concha Resort, Sheraton Puerto Rico and Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort. Aside from the beaches, nightclubs and bars, the casinos are one more spot for visitors to see in the capital city.