Singapore casinos trump Macau as playground for Asia's rich and famous

Reuters UK, 24 Sep 2013
The city-state has become a playground for Asia's rich and famous, with attractions ranging from fancy clubs and restaurants helmed by Michelin-starred chefs to the world's only night-time Formula One race.
Las Vegas Sands Corp, which owns the Marina Bay Sands (MBS) casino in downtown Singapore, says its 2,500-room hotel is packed and it is eager to expand its holiday accommodation and convention facilities near its three iconic towers. Full story
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