The Marina District on Sentosa Island will see a new three-tower resort opening in March 2010. The Las Vegas Sands is a state of the art complex which will cater for conventions and tourists alike. The Las Vegas Sands group is based in the US and is the world's leading casino, recently announcing a market capitalization of $10.12 billion as of December 2009.
An Integrated Experience
The resort will cater for 2,500 guests and includes classy restaurants and hotel suites as well as top class entertainment in two new theaters. The swanky casino will be a real crowd-puller with lavish surroundings and state of the art games that are bound to create a real buzz.
For those still looking to fill a spare moment, 300 retail outlets are due to open. The pièce de résistance of the complex is a 60 meter 'sky park' that sits on top of the three hotel towers. According to Sheldon Adelson, Chairman of Las Vegas Sands, they are the only company building integrated resorts and Singapore will showcase the very best elements of both planning and design.
A Local Attraction
This well thought through project gives Singapore much kudos. It has the support of the Government who aim to make Singapore the newest and most dazzling addition to the gaming market in Southeast Asia.
Confidence for 2010
Sheldon Adelson was recently interviewed on CNBC interview about the final stages of the building of the Singapore Las Vegas Sands. He confirmed that the planned launch in March 2010 is completely feasible, with only slight delays possible if rainy weather arrives.
When asked about the massive investment made, Sheldon Adelson, said he was confident of market recovery as the nature of business would take its course.
"Nothing keeps me awake at night because I believe in the cycle of business... and I got to make sure I'm prepared to go forward."