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Title: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michaelch on May 30, 2017, 10:13:30 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: tabas on May 30, 2017, 10:16:01 PM
It's my dream to be in Macau but when I go there I'm not really going to for the casino's instead I want to have time to relax for myself and have some tour with that good country. I know it's like the Vegas of the Asia and there are a lot of gamblers that are visiting there just to try their luck and have fun with those casino's. Dreaming of going there someday.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: noodle_dam on May 30, 2017, 10:40:34 PM
I have heard of Macau but never been there before.

Where is it exactly?
If it is a small island I would imagine it is kind of tucked away somewhere then. :-\

I have always thought it was near turkey or monaco.
Somewhere where there is a lot of money. :D


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: jossiel on May 30, 2017, 10:50:35 PM
I have heard of Macau but never been there before.

Where is it exactly?
If it is a small island I would imagine it is kind of tucked away somewhere then. :-\

I have always thought it was near turkey or monaco.
Somewhere where there is a lot of money. :D

If I'm not mistaken Macau is a part of China from the past the same as China and Singapore.

Yes it is a small island and that's why the country isn't that big but it is rich as other small countries and it's main industry is gambling (correct me if I'm wrong).

I have a friend, a woman gambler and she loves to visit that place. I wish she will invite me for a tour there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: channingwilmer on May 31, 2017, 01:29:22 AM
yes, i do. But i was very your do that I do not remember anything. I can not even join the casino because I was under 18


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: HCP on May 31, 2017, 01:33:39 AM
This is why they invented google maps :P

https://goo.gl/sxTsYb

Macau is a former Portuguese colony that was handed back to China in 1999 (2 years after the English gave back Hong Kong)... it is about 60 or 70 km to the west of Hong Kong. I've visited on a day trip from Hong Kong back in the late 90's before it went back to China... stopped by a couple of Casinos... the volume of money being gambled was phenomenal... and that was just what I could see being wagered on the main gaming floor by "ordinary" gamblers... so the amounts that were likely being wagered in private salons by the "high rollers" would be massive.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: ufaiz50 on May 31, 2017, 06:12:51 AM
I've never been there I think only really rich people can go there. I don't refuse if anyone invites me there  :D kidding I like to gamble with anonym but imagine it might be a very pleasant stay in a small island.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: milewilda on May 31, 2017, 06:18:50 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
Its a gamblers paradise knowing that there are lots of casinos on that place. Im not a hard type kind of gambler but i do know that place is and yet its famous regarding on many casinos.I think next to Las Vegas. How i wish i can experience to go inside on a casino on where i didnt even tried it once in my life.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: boyptc on May 31, 2017, 06:28:53 AM
I haven't been to Macau. If I'm not mistaken you need to have big amount of money before going there so that you will not be down easily when you experienced lose. This is a sure paradise for those gamblers and I have read some articles that there are gamblers out there that are into online gambling which makes me think that there are some gamblers that are aware of bitcoin gambling there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: btcney on May 31, 2017, 07:43:28 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

It is indeed a gambler's paradise. However i'm pretty sure that you need to be 21 to go into a casino legally so if you are above 18 but below 21, then it's probably not worth a visit there. Everything is also pretty damn expensive there which means if you are not a highroller it's probbaly not worth a visit there. The house edges are obviously higher, so no point buying a plane ticket and going there just to gamble.

However the experience is great so go there for your honeymoon/or organise like a group trip there with friends. But stay in hong kong as well for a bit as there are more tourist attractions there and the places are very close together.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: olubams on May 31, 2017, 07:57:51 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

I have not been there before and I don't even know it existed until I got involved with bitcoin which led me to the gambling section of the forum where I have read that several licences is from that end. But at the same time I would really want to visit sometimes in the future which might be difficult since I have not come across their embassy or something that relates to tourist activities concerning them anywhere yet but will start looking into it.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: USSENT on May 31, 2017, 08:39:46 AM
No, but the description is quite tempting.. I am surprised it's this crowded though. Been to LV before and even though it's clearly gambling-oriented there are plenty of other things..
I guess I better forget my wallet when I go there, rather than losing it :P


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Buerra on May 31, 2017, 08:46:14 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

For the first time i heard that place. Interesting  info for gamblers like me. I  am going to google it.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: passwordnow on May 31, 2017, 09:00:31 AM
No, but the description is quite tempting.. I am surprised it's this crowded though. Been to LV before and even though it's clearly gambling-oriented there are plenty of other things..
I guess I better forget my wallet when I go there, rather than losing it :P
It is very tempting once you went, though I haven't went there. Reading a lot of tempting feedback from the people who went there is really attracting. A small paradise that is built for gamblers. I will not go there having a pack of my wallet because I know what will be the negative result to me.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: raymond541 on May 31, 2017, 09:17:52 AM
I never been there but I hear Macau is paradise for gambling.I wish I will go there and play gambling.Macau is a very small country.Macau's 50% GDP comes from tourism and gambling .so think how big their tourism and gambling industry.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: LFC_Bitcoin on May 31, 2017, 09:31:11 AM
I've never been, no. I have been to Vegas twice but maybe Macau needs to be on my bucket list. I will see you all there if bitcoin hits $10,000 per coin ;)


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: ethereumhunter on May 31, 2017, 10:05:17 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

i have not been to macau and actually i am curious about that and i think in future, if i have money, i will visited macau with my friends. i read some info that in macau, we can playing gambling by free, i mean we can play without any prohibition and every people can play gambling every day.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: gabmen on May 31, 2017, 12:00:54 PM
well it is considered a gambling mecca in asia and I almost got there myself one time during a vacation. sadly my plan didn't push through  as my wife knew what I was thinking. i'd love to go there sometime but this time with friends and run through all the casinos there


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: lienfaye on May 31, 2017, 12:25:52 PM
Ive never been in macau but if i have a chance i would love to, i also heard about macau having many casinos through my uncle whose working there and also had the chance to play in one of popular casinos. since its rare for me to go out of the country, im spending my time enjoying with the beautiful places and its not in my plan to gamble.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: bering on May 31, 2017, 12:26:57 PM
Macau and vegas both of place are paradise of the gamblers because plenty of the physical casinos at there and maybe most gamblers in the world dreamed playing at those place but unfortunately i never been there before


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: MinerHQ on May 31, 2017, 12:38:18 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

For the first time i heard that place. Interesting  info for gamblers like me. I  am going to google it.

It is famous gambling hub in Asia. A lot of casinos are located in that small place. But so far I didn't go to that place but been to Las Vegas couple of times. Anyway, even in Las Vegas I didn't gamble but just visited few casinos to enjoy my time. So far I only gambled online and never gambled in real casinos.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Xenrise on May 31, 2017, 02:31:35 PM
I haven't been to Macau but my cousin's sister that is basically also my cousin works at Macau at a casino. I heard so much paradise lands in Macau wow I think Macau is could be the capital of gamblers. Many casino really existed in Macau and all of it are open 24 HRS. So non-stop poker non-stop gambling on any games. Well if you've been addicted to gambling I think Macau is the best place to visit. If you want to search casinos' that existed in Macau you can see many lights and luxurious places. Those are the casinos and when I gain a lot of money I think I could probably visit Macau. One of the places I dreamed to visit one of those is Macau. But I really need to bring a lot of bullets(money) in their and prepare myself to earn and lose.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: iluvbitcoins on May 31, 2017, 02:43:43 PM
I was always wondering which is a bigger gambling resort Macau or Las Vegas

LV is definitely more popular, but Macau isn't far either.

I haven't been there  :'(


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: maydna on May 31, 2017, 02:49:25 PM
i haven't been to macau and i think i don't have any planning to go macau. but i think i want to go into other country because i think we need to explore into other country and not just going into any country which we can playing gambling without worries. but i am agree that macau is like a paradise for the gamblers because they can playing gambling without restriction and they can enjoy their stay in macau and playing gambling every time they want.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: noodle_dam on May 31, 2017, 03:15:24 PM
This is why they invented google maps :P

https://goo.gl/sxTsYb

Macau is a former Portuguese colony that was handed back to China in 1999 (2 years after the English gave back Hong Kong)... it is about 60 or 70 km to the west of Hong Kong. I've visited on a day trip from Hong Kong back in the late 90's before it went back to China... stopped by a couple of Casinos... the volume of money being gambled was phenomenal... and that was just what I could see being wagered on the main gaming floor by "ordinary" gamblers... so the amounts that were likely being wagered in private salons by the "high rollers" would be massive.
Oh wow!
Good history lesson. Thank you for that!
The Portegeuse people have created most of what the european big empire were built on.
Including Ancient Rome and Greece.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: YuginKadoya on May 31, 2017, 03:43:00 PM
This is why they invented google maps :P

https://goo.gl/sxTsYb

Macau is a former Portuguese colony that was handed back to China in 1999 (2 years after the English gave back Hong Kong)... it is about 60 or 70 km to the west of Hong Kong. I've visited on a day trip from Hong Kong back in the late 90's before it went back to China... stopped by a couple of Casinos... the volume of money being gambled was phenomenal... and that was just what I could see being wagered on the main gaming floor by "ordinary" gamblers... so the amounts that were likely being wagered in private salons by the "high rollers" would be massive.

Someone is really know their history, or you are doing a little research, I haven't even gone to Macau yet but I am hearing things about this place and economy is based largely on tourism. and clothing industry was a thing in export when it comes to Macau and about the gambling in Macau it is monopoly license by Stanley ho the monopoly lasted up to 2002 then other casino owners from Las Vegas started to enter in the market. and then gambling industry have boom and grew.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: emberbekas on May 31, 2017, 04:48:58 PM
I've never been there I think only really rich people can go there. I don't refuse if anyone invites me there  :D kidding I like to gamble with anonym but imagine it might be a very pleasant stay in a small island.

I heard about this place long time ago and have no intention to go there. I prefer to do online gambling to keep anonymous just like you. Even though if someday I got lucky and have more money, I won't go to that place!


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: iram3130 on May 31, 2017, 04:54:28 PM
I was always wondering which is a bigger gambling resort Macau or Las Vegas

LV is definitely more popular, but Macau isn't far either.

I haven't been there  :'(

Yes, I have visited Las Vegas once and it's a heaven for gamblers, I'm not a regular Gambler so it was fun for me seeing my friends play and they won big.
Planning for Macau in the next summer hope it'll be better than Las Vegas as most of my friends said it's wonderful.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: serjent05 on May 31, 2017, 05:38:56 PM
I have been planning to go to Macau for past few years but I always end up cancelling my plan due to stuff that I need to do with my works.  I am very much interested on its landscape and now that you mention that it is a gamblers paradise, now I am intrigued on how true OP's statement is.  I so want to go there and experience playing in Casino there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Hydrogen on May 31, 2017, 06:24:11 PM
I would like to visit someday. Vegas Dave claims he bet near to $1 million on Miesha Tate when she fought Amanda Nunes for the 135 lb woman's MMA title. Macau could have higher betting limits than Las Vegas, that could be one advantage it has going for it. Also travel through asia to macau is good for cultural enrichment.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: gentlemand on May 31, 2017, 06:28:08 PM
I'd love to go there to see the car and bike racing. You wouldn't catch me setting foot in a casino for any reason other than curiosity. And I do love visiting geographical and political oddities.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Jody.Drummer on June 05, 2017, 05:31:15 PM
An island I really want to visit to play gambling, I hear a lot of interesting casinos for me to come ;D


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: maxpowerzz92 on June 05, 2017, 09:15:54 PM
I would love to visit Macau someday.  I hear that it's similar to Vegas, but the casinos are generally not within walking distance of each other.

I also understand that Chinese love to play table games more than slot machines.  I think it's reverse in Las Vegas as there are many more people at the slots, when compared to the table games.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Schuyler on June 06, 2017, 12:27:47 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

I've never been there,but as far as I know Macau is the only place in China where gambling is legal, other than two state-sanctioned lotteries.  It is a special administrative region of China and is home to the some of the world's most incredible casinos built using superb architecture and all complete with fine dining, exciting night life and luxury accommodations. It looks good to go to Macau and I was interested to see the casinos there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: crwth on June 06, 2017, 03:32:37 AM
I have been to Macau, but I didn't go there to gamble. I went there with my family and just enjoyed the shows and see how much people there are really wealthy and I'm curious how much money they have and that's awesome. It is really a gamblers paradise there, and I would like to try out some games, but definitely just for entertainment, not for profiting reasons.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: ClaraLuV on June 06, 2017, 01:54:20 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
I did not know that a communist country like China will be having a gambling heaven just like Vegas. So have you been to that island and if so how are the things over there,since there are so many casino squeezed into it,it might be damn cheap,just like to have some reviews from persons who actually visited that place.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: maxpowerzz92 on June 06, 2017, 02:33:33 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
I did not know that a communist country like China will be having a gambling heaven just like Vegas. So have you been to that island and if so how are the things over there,since there are so many casino squeezed into it,it might be damn cheap,just like to have some reviews from persons who actually visited that place.

China was smart not to change the former Portuguese (Macau) and British (Hong Kong) economies after the handover in 1999.  They saw no reason to kill the cash cow.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michaelch on June 11, 2017, 12:08:25 AM
China was smart not to change the former Portuguese (Macau) and British (Hong Kong) economies after the handover in 1999.  They saw no reason to kill the cash cow.

Good point. I believe they have some sort of agreement in the handover not to interfere with their economies for a certain time period. Even if they didn't, they'll probably let the economies flourish on its own as they're doing well.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: yellow1 on June 19, 2017, 02:47:11 AM
I haven't go to Macau i will plan to go if i have a lot of money and extra more money. I heard most of wealthy people go to gamble there and more casino is there and they have a biggest casino. If ever i will have lot of money i save i will planning go to Macau and i try to play in their casino so that i will experience the way they gamble and their environment as well and i will visit their places. I know Macau is very interesting place to visit gambling is serious there. Plenty of free things in Macau especially in casino they have much of gambling.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: szpalata on June 19, 2017, 03:43:44 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
I did not know that a communist country like China will be having a gambling heaven just like Vegas. So have you been to that island and if so how are the things over there,since there are so many casino squeezed into it,it might be damn cheap,just like to have some reviews from persons who actually visited that place.

China was smart not to change the former Portuguese (Macau) and British (Hong Kong) economies after the handover in 1999.  They saw no reason to kill the cash cow.

I think that's a smart investment and even though I've been to hongkong and the mainland china I've never been to Macau it sampling comments on this thread has given me enoug reason to visit one day.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: izanagi narukami on June 19, 2017, 03:57:30 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

If Asian people want to cheaper place to go than Macau is cheaper than Las Vegas
Actually they both are paradise for who are addicted or whale gambler , AFAIK
Imagine that one day about 33 casinos accept bitcoin .... Big Bubble incoming !!


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: RealPhotoshoper on June 19, 2017, 04:16:37 PM
I haven't go to Macau i will plan to go if i have a lot of money and extra more money. I heard most of wealthy people go to gamble there and more casino is there and they have a biggest casino. If ever i will have lot of money i save i will planning go to Macau and i try to play in their casino so that i will experience the way they gamble and their environment as well and i will visit their places. I know Macau is very interesting place to visit gambling is serious there. Plenty of free things in Macau especially in casino they have much of gambling.
Macau and vegas only for those people who have a lot of time and money to spend , yeaaa a high roller.
A small player can only to keep dreaming flight there.
Also for me personally really afraid to come to a real casino , i afraid to lose control , lost money in a far away place like macau or vegas , a lot of consequences.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: johnwest on June 19, 2017, 04:40:53 PM
I haven't go to Macau i will plan to go if i have a lot of money and extra more money. I heard most of wealthy people go to gamble there and more casino is there and they have a biggest casino. If ever i will have lot of money i save i will planning go to Macau and i try to play in their casino so that i will experience the way they gamble and their environment as well and i will visit their places. I know Macau is very interesting place to visit gambling is serious there. Plenty of free things in Macau especially in casino they have much of gambling.
Macau and vegas only for those people who have a lot of time and money to spend , yeaaa a high roller.
A small player can only to keep dreaming flight there.
Also for me personally really afraid to come to a real casino , i afraid to lose control , lost money in a far away place like macau or vegas , a lot of consequences.

Controlling your emotions is near to impossible thing if you are too much addicted to gambling in real life. First of all its not that easy to fly to Macau or Las Vegas and gamble, you need to have a lot of money and time. Only the upper-class people can take this kind of holiday nowadays. So I guess its better to gamble online.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: btc_angela on June 19, 2017, 05:07:04 PM
Never been there. But from what I saw and read before, it was a safe haven for gambling. I'm thinking of going there for vacation with my families in the next couple of months and our target is in December. So hopefully I can play and gamble there just to get the feel of it.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: bhadz on June 19, 2017, 05:09:27 PM
I haven't tried to get a side trip to Macau. But I've seen it's establishments from a friend of mine. She's a businesswoman and she keeps on travelling from Singapore back to Macau. And she's inviting me to go to Macau just for a visit but I know it will cost a lot because when I can't control myself. I will make myself stay there for better.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: flower1024 on June 19, 2017, 05:23:48 PM
I haven't tried to get a side trip to Macau. But I've seen it's establishments from a friend of mine. She's a businesswoman and she keeps on travelling from Singapore back to Macau. And she's inviting me to go to Macau just for a visit but I know it will cost a lot because when I can't control myself. I will make myself stay there for better.

I had been Singapore many times but not visited Macau, and My friends told me to come, but I did not get a chance to visit that place. Yes, this place is very famous for gamblers, and I think very dangerous area. We can not go alone that place, and with family, it is not a good place to visit. That is why I am waiting for my friend's response once they tell ok I will visit once this place.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: The_Dark_Knight on June 19, 2017, 06:26:14 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
It will be nice to go there someday, but at the moment I donít have the funds, Las Vegas is a lot closer to me so I will probably have to make do with Las Vegas instead of Macau.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: blockman on June 19, 2017, 06:37:21 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
It will be nice to go there someday, but at the moment I donít have the funds, Las Vegas is a lot closer to me so I will probably have to make do with Las Vegas instead of Macau.

It is a very nice place to go but I don't want to put myself at risk on other country. It's better to gamble on your very own native country, I'm not comfortable to gamble on other countries without having a big pocket money. I just want to go there and witness other's fortune.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: V1saya on June 19, 2017, 06:43:20 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

If Asian people want to cheaper place to go than Macau is cheaper than Las Vegas
Actually they both are paradise for who are addicted or whale gambler , AFAIK
Imagine that one day about 33 casinos accept bitcoin .... Big Bubble incoming !!

Actually Macau is the largest gambling market in the world. Yes, larger and bigger than Las Vegas. The largest casino in the world is also located in the small island of Macau. And there are already some business entities there that accepts bitcoin.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: hovrah on June 19, 2017, 07:17:07 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

If Asian people want to cheaper place to go than Macau is cheaper than Las Vegas
Actually they both are paradise for who are addicted or whale gambler , AFAIK
Imagine that one day about 33 casinos accept bitcoin .... Big Bubble incoming !!

Actually Macau is the largest gambling market in the world. Yes, larger and bigger than Las Vegas. The largest casino in the world is also located in the small island of Macau. And there are already some business entities there that accepts bitcoin.
I can only say that he has found a way to earn and raise his state in a very good way. The fact is that the gambling business has a very huge profit for casino owners, but this does not apply to gamblers. The fact is that a gambler is resting and relaxing in the casino, can have fun, Just do not start getting carried away and making money. This can be a very bad step in the life of a gambler.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Pettuh4 on June 19, 2017, 09:08:44 PM
Not yet but it seems it will be fun to go there because I'm learning from th comments hatvthe Chinese government has spent a fortune to set it up for gambling and pleasure. It's definitely appealing and hopefully I will go there one day.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Barcode_ on June 20, 2017, 12:56:19 PM
Nope, I have not been to Macau yet, but I do have plans to go visit Macau in the future, my plans would be to go to HongKong for a few days on a free and easy trip first before taking the ferry to Macau. The ferry takes about one hour to reach Macau, so I supposed I could spare a few days staying there and trying my luck at the casino  :)


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: ASHLIUSZ on June 20, 2017, 01:40:03 PM
Macau is one among the best place that gives similar experience to the developed cities as well gives a better casino experience. As an user stated Asian country people consider it an Las Vegas of Asia, as well it's not that expensive​ if a person from Western nation visit it.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: dunfida on June 20, 2017, 01:51:02 PM
Macau is one among the best place that gives similar experience to the developed cities as well gives a better casino experience. As an user stated Asian country people consider it an Las Vegas of Asia, as well it's not that expensive​ if a person from Western nation visit it.
I do believe the same thing on which it isn't to expensive compared to Las Vegas itself. I haven't been on macau since travelling on other places is very expensive that's why I do decide rather to play casino online but if I do have the chance on going there and play then why not, I think this is every gamblers dream on which they would like to experience actual casinos.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Noctis Connor on June 20, 2017, 02:18:17 PM
Not yet but im planning to go there with my friend who are using to go there every time he wants to gamble and yes he manage to win and if he is loosing he can control his temper and control his emotion not to play too much this is why i like him and i want to adopt that sportmanship of him when he actually playing gambling.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: bhadz on June 20, 2017, 09:22:46 PM
I haven't tried to get a side trip to Macau. But I've seen it's establishments from a friend of mine. She's a businesswoman and she keeps on travelling from Singapore back to Macau. And she's inviting me to go to Macau just for a visit but I know it will cost a lot because when I can't control myself. I will make myself stay there for better.

I had been Singapore many times but not visited Macau, and My friends told me to come, but I did not get a chance to visit that place. Yes, this place is very famous for gamblers, and I think very dangerous area. We can not go alone that place, and with family, it is not a good place to visit. That is why I am waiting for my friend's response once they tell ok I will visit once this place.

Yes this is really a very well known place for those people that loves gambling. It is a dangerous area if you don't have enough money to gamble and it's better to stay at home playing on an online casino. It's not that bad to gamble there but my main focus is to visit countries and Macau is a good place to consider for vacation.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: patt0 on June 20, 2017, 09:28:28 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Never been there, but I don't think it can be better than Vegas. I only know it from movies though, so my info might be wrong of course.
One thing is sure, it's way better than my country, because we don't have many casinos here, and the ones we have are not very special.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: iluvbitcoins on June 20, 2017, 11:38:15 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Never been there, but I don't think it can be better than Vegas. I only know it from movies though, so my info might be wrong of course.
One thing is sure, it's way better than my country, because we don't have many casinos here, and the ones we have are not very special.

Kinda far away though
When you go to Vegas, you have a lot of things to see in USA too
Macau is in China, I mean, you got things to see
But..

Hmm, I don't know
It's just that Vegas is Vegas
But I'd support Macau just because free markets and stuff :D


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: socks435 on June 20, 2017, 11:51:15 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
Never experience in macau.. but i am always watching some movie that macau is a place where you can gamble a lot.. many casino and games..
But Las vegas will be still the biggest one.. if we compare them.. and i think only rich people can gamble in those places..


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michaelch on June 21, 2017, 12:39:01 AM
I had been Singapore many times but not visited Macau, and My friends told me to come, but I did not get a chance to visit that place. Yes, this place is very famous for gamblers, and I think very dangerous area. We can not go alone that place, and with family, it is not a good place to visit. That is why I am waiting for my friend's response once they tell ok I will visit once this place.

You would be surprised to know Macau is one of the safest place in the world. Arguably as safe as Singapore, based on their crime rate statistics.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: shine1123 on June 21, 2017, 12:46:28 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

No, but i hope someday i can go to macau when i have much money on that day lol. As you said, it's like paradise island for all gamblers around the world. Actually i never gamble in real life though, only at online. Macau could be the best one to start my first experience on real life gambling.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: crwth on June 21, 2017, 05:43:08 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

No, but i hope someday i can go to macau when i have much money on that day lol. As you said, it's like paradise island for all gamblers around the world. Actually i never gamble in real life though, only at online. Macau could be the best one to start my first experience on real life gambling.
That's true, it's a fun thing to gamble especially in an exclusive city like Macau. It's the sin city in Asia. I think it is also fun in Las Vegas but there are a lot of people there that are addicted. It's an important skill to know what you would know how to gamble and what to gamble.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: poplolnman on June 21, 2017, 05:59:15 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Never been there, but I don't think it can be better than Vegas. I only know it from movies though, so my info might be wrong of course.
One thing is sure, it's way better than my country, because we don't have many casinos here, and the ones we have are not very special.
judge something from a movie? i don't think it's could be a good point of view. as movie are movie , everything has been edited to make it looks nice than the reality. better to ask those people who have travelled there and give a shot on several casinos. macau sounds like the best place to gamble after vegas indeed but still it's 'sounds' everyone have different thought right? it's just the movies that successfully makes vegas looks better.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: BlockEye on June 21, 2017, 07:07:55 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Never been there, but I don't think it can be better than Vegas. I only know it from movies though, so my info might be wrong of course.
One thing is sure, it's way better than my country, because we don't have many casinos here, and the ones we have are not very special.
judge something from a movie? i don't think it's could be a good point of view. as movie are movie , everything has been edited to make it looks nice than the reality. better to ask those people who have travelled there and give a shot on several casinos. macau sounds like the best place to gamble after vegas indeed but still it's 'sounds' everyone have different thought right? it's just the movies that successfully makes vegas looks better.

My friend family drop in Venetian Macao(currently largest casino in the world) when they visit Hongkong,their pictures is too awesome to be a casino it looks serene and with peace unlike in Vegas casino shown in movies which seems to be too crowded.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: bajing on June 21, 2017, 07:35:17 AM
I have a dream if one day can go to macau to play gambling. For now I prefer to play online gambling maybe because nowadays online gambling is popular so I was thinking for what goes to the casino if I can play from home.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: maydna on June 21, 2017, 01:11:58 PM
going to other place like macau is a good experience for us because we need to see what other places or other country so we can have more knowledge. the other side is we can see the gambling place, i mean real places and maybe we can trying to playing gambling in macau. for me, i think i want to visit macau but not just for gambling places, but i want to visit into other places in macau and i want to feel how to stay in macau.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Soranith on June 21, 2017, 04:26:36 PM
I haven't been to Macau and anywhere outside my country but it is one of my dream to visit Macau someday.  I have heard beautiful stories from my friends that about Macau and the gambling place there is fantastic. Can't wait to see it in my own eyes and of course play a little bit of slot machine maybe.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: poplolnman on June 22, 2017, 04:36:31 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Never been there, but I don't think it can be better than Vegas. I only know it from movies though, so my info might be wrong of course.
One thing is sure, it's way better than my country, because we don't have many casinos here, and the ones we have are not very special.
judge something from a movie? i don't think it's could be a good point of view. as movie are movie , everything has been edited to make it looks nice than the reality. better to ask those people who have travelled there and give a shot on several casinos. macau sounds like the best place to gamble after vegas indeed but still it's 'sounds' everyone have different thought right? it's just the movies that successfully makes vegas looks better.

My friend family drop in Venetian Macao(currently largest casino in the world) when they visit Hongkong,their pictures is too awesome to be a casino it looks serene and with peace unlike in Vegas casino shown in movies which seems to be too crowded.
venetian macao are indeed the biggest casino in the world but did you know that luxury place are owned by american las vegas company? so basically that place looks great due it's managed by the american las vegas company, other than that macau casinos looks dirty and not healthy mostly. not every casino but i say mostly.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Bitcoinsummoner on June 22, 2017, 04:47:41 PM
I haven't been to Macau and anywhere outside my country but it is one of my dream to visit Macau someday.  I have heard beautiful stories from my friends that about Macau and the gambling place there is fantastic. Can't wait to see it in my own eyes and of course play a little bit of slot machine maybe.
I just seen that macau only in movies if you the movie from vegas to macau i just seen the macau there there's a little bit same to last vegas but if you can see they are just both the same gambling casino and more people gamble in macau than last vegas this is just base what i seen in the movie and the other movie that you can see that place. The same that i would like to experience to gamble in macau hoping in the future once i'm rich here in bitcoin and gamble in macau..


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michkima on June 22, 2017, 05:28:56 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

And they build everything there BIG. As in BIGGGGGG! I been to Las Vegas and to Macau. Las Vegas is nothing when the whole Macau area is fully developed! Every big casino/hotel that was in Las Vegas is bigger and better in Macau. Though I haven't gotten in the casinos areas though. Well, I was never a fan of real casinos anyway.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Qartersa on June 22, 2017, 05:39:50 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

And they build everything there BIG. As in BIGGGGGG! I been to Las Vegas and to Macau. Las Vegas is nothing when the whole Macau area is fully developed! Every big casino/hotel that was in Las Vegas is bigger and better in Macau. Though I haven't gotten in the casinos areas though. Well, I was never a fan of real casinos anyway.

Yeah I agree, though I haven't been to vegas yet. I had a great time at Macau. The tour buses there are free, which was the best thing I remembered from my stay there. You can go visit any casino/hotel via their free buses and you can get back to your own through it too. The hotels are pretty fine too, it's so luxurious and nice to be in.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Babyrica0226 on June 22, 2017, 06:24:15 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
I never been  in Macau, but according to my friend that place is like a las vegas in new york where
 You can find a lot of gambling casino over that place. And you will discover its a nice place of paradise.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: kodes88 on June 22, 2017, 08:19:35 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
Asian Las Vegas,people call Macau as it,and yes there is gambler's paradise,asian people are too far if they want to go to vegas,and Macau is the best place for them,and then people around the world also going to macau,i think Macau would be better than vegas,just because asian people more greedy than American people.  :D


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: xuan87 on June 23, 2017, 05:41:29 AM
It is really a paradise for gambler, so many casino around the street with a glamorous night life, the casino is really professional and the facilities is really tremendous, it got a lot of different game for big player and alot of gambler, if you are interested in gambling, Macau is a really recommended place to go


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: The_Dark_Knight on June 23, 2017, 10:08:05 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
It will be nice to go there someday, but at the moment I donít have the funds, Las Vegas is a lot closer to me so I will probably have to make do with Las Vegas instead of Macau.

It is a very nice place to go but I don't want to put myself at risk on other country. It's better to gamble on your very own native country, I'm not comfortable to gamble on other countries without having a big pocket money. I just want to go there and witness other's fortune.
Also to be honest I do not know how I will communicate there, since I can only speak English if it is a tourist zone then there must be people that speak English but it does not matter communication is going to be a problem.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: DrGuns4Hands on June 24, 2017, 07:57:36 PM
Me and my family having a plan to go there, there's a lot of good things about macau and it's real paradise even if we're just going there for the first time maybe next next month.we're going to Ruins of St Paul's. and also gonna try our luck at their casinos. the city of dreams im planning also to visit it. if i won o have my luck on that day when we go to casino for sure im gonna go there again after my first travel there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Junko on June 25, 2017, 05:59:44 AM
Never been to Macau and would love to go someday. People are saying it's a gambler's paradise, etc. For people who have been there, what is the vibe like? Is it like Las Vegas with it's party/holiday/vacation vibe, i.e. people walking around the main drags drinking alcohol, partying in the clubs and bars, etc?


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: bitcoinisbest on June 25, 2017, 06:36:09 AM
I think country where betting and casinos are legal then you do not have to go to Macau unless you want to go for holiday and get change. Just specifically if you want to go for casinos then you can certainly do this in you own country and with the amount that you would have spent going there and coming back that much you can play in gambling and might be you can double the amount who knows.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Caladonian on June 25, 2017, 07:14:46 AM
I think country where betting and casinos are legal then you do not have to go to Macau unless you want to go for holiday and get change. Just specifically if you want to go for casinos then you can certainly do this in you own country and with the amount that you would have spent going there and coming back that much you can play in gambling and might be you can double the amount who knows.

i think its all about leisure mate as we knew macau is the best place for doing gamble especially those in Asia, Macau is the easiest place to enjoy most of the gambling games that casino can bring us I also wanted to try going there but not exactly to gamble but just feel how warm it is when playing to a  well known place like this.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Bitinity on June 25, 2017, 07:15:48 AM
To Macau? It is just like a dream for me because that place is too far away from my home. I will need to spend a lot of money to go there. Hopefully someday I will be able to go there to play real gambling in a real casino.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Tipstar on June 25, 2017, 07:24:46 AM
Macau is the Las Vegas of Asia (although Singapore also claims to be so).
Personally many of my relatives lives and works in Hong Kong and Macau. I'll visit that place when I get a chance.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michaelch on July 05, 2017, 09:33:13 PM
Macau is the Las Vegas of Asia (although Singapore also claims to be so).
Personally many of my relatives lives and works in Hong Kong and Macau. I'll visit that place when I get a chance.

Singapore only has 2 casinos, seriously cannot be compared to Macau. Macau's entire economy seems to be powered by their gambling industry, I think. For sure, take a trip there if the opportunity arises as I think it will be fun for you :)


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Elcapsono on July 05, 2017, 10:25:30 PM
Macau is the Las Vegas of Asia (although Singapore also claims to be so).
Personally many of my relatives lives and works in Hong Kong and Macau. I'll visit that place when I get a chance.

Singapore only has 2 casinos, seriously cannot be compared to Macau. Macau's entire economy seems to be powered by their gambling industry, I think. For sure, take a trip there if the opportunity arises as I think it will be fun for you :)
Maybe I do not understand a little something, but why should the Masai tribe use casinos or other gambling? And in general, I think that gambling is a little different and called the wheels people who have What to lose. I would not want to give my money just for fun.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: SCCFX on July 06, 2017, 04:32:01 AM
macau The island of paradise for gamblers
not big country and casino in there is ready reagulate and about law not strong , although this now under control china. diference with las vegas, same paradise for gamble, but USA is strong about law


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: The_prodigy on July 06, 2017, 04:58:09 AM
macau The island of paradise for gamblers
not big country and casino in there is ready reagulate and about law not strong , although this now under control china. diference with las vegas, same paradise for gamble, but USA is strong about law

Macau is really a good spot for gamblers, with its isolated feel being a small island and gamblers from all over the world flocking the place with many gaming casinos to play woth. Also it helps that Macau is well known for its gaming culture as the people and the city adapted to it kaking it clearly a haven for gamblers. What is also special for me when I have been there was that they are relaxed and doesnt give you a creepy vibe when you are playing there


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: ananas99 on July 06, 2017, 05:24:57 AM
Macau is the Las Vegas of Asia (although Singapore also claims to be so).
Personally many of my relatives lives and works in Hong Kong and Macau. I'll visit that place when I get a chance.

Singapore only has 2 casinos, seriously cannot be compared to Macau. Macau's entire economy seems to be powered by their gambling industry, I think. For sure, take a trip there if the opportunity arises as I think it will be fun for you :)
Maybe I do not understand a little something, but why should the Masai tribe use casinos or other gambling? And in general, I think that gambling is a little different and called the wheels people who have What to lose. I would not want to give my money just for fun.
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Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: mostkey on July 06, 2017, 05:34:30 AM
"MACAU" is the dream of all gamblers, a place that provides a variety of gambling games, although I did not have time to play my funds in macau but I know that it is a place of gambling and paradise of high-class professional gamblers


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Bunsomjelican on July 06, 2017, 11:43:26 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
Macau its an island place, where you can discover in the night there's a lot and places of different beautiful
casino, gambling kinds,  just like the place of las vegas.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: abel1337 on July 07, 2017, 12:26:57 AM
I have been traveled to Macau before for some vacation thing , of course I wont pass the chance to play in gambling places there. The casino there is very large that I see our casino here in our place is so small. I enjoy my vacation because of the casino and other spots there. I have a very good experience there in Macau , I hope I can go back there next year and enjoy myself there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: BlockEye on July 07, 2017, 02:51:11 AM
I have been traveled to Macau before for some vacation thing , of course I wont pass the chance to play in gambling places there. The casino there is very large that I see our casino here in our place is so small. I enjoy my vacation because of the casino and other spots there. I have a very good experience there in Macau , I hope I can go back there next year and enjoy myself there.
Largest Casino in the world were found in Macau, if ever will visit there I will also sure to visit their casino, hope I would have a chance to travel there and have fun too . I think it would be much better to play there plus that it's near in my country than in Las Vegas.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Renji Abarai on July 07, 2017, 03:37:12 AM
Not yet, but Macau is one of my wish list to visit. I think you can side trip to Macau when you visit Hong Kong. Macau is known as the center of gambling and entertainment in Asia which I fully agree.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michkima on July 07, 2017, 05:16:56 AM
Not yet, but Macau is one of my wish list to visit. I think you can side trip to Macau when you visit Hong Kong. Macau is known as the center of gambling and entertainment in Asia which I fully agree.

If you have the chance, please do visit Macau! You'll have a great time, plus you don't even have to pay for transportation there. All the casinos provide free transportation from anywhere to anywhere. So that saves you a lot of money. Then there are so much places to visit and so much things to do. For gamblers, there are so much casinos to play on. It's the vegas of asia.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: masterwakokok7 on July 07, 2017, 09:18:54 AM
Not yet, But I'm planning not only to experience their casinos and also to have a vacation somehow. Though according to some of my friends who had been there. If you flew to macau they are giving you like a free credits just to try and experience playing in one of their casinos. Who wouldn't want that free access to one of the largest gambling site in the whole world.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Dontme on July 07, 2017, 09:30:46 AM
I'm not yet been to Macau but it seems that there is place there that are probably doing gambling well so known but what I know is Las Vegas who they called "the city of sinners" never went there but Vegas is one of the most popular place that has a big casinos and big gamblers. Many Asians are going to vegas just to go to casinos and play gambling, there is also a lot of rich people are there just to play gambling.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: CORNEL on July 07, 2017, 09:49:57 AM
I wish I was there but never had been there in my life. I watched so many videos about Island that is my dream to visit this place and play there with some money when I will get enough.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: carlisle1 on July 07, 2017, 11:14:10 AM
Not yet, but Macau is one of my wish list to visit. I think you can side trip to Macau when you visit Hong Kong. Macau is known as the center of gambling and entertainment in Asia which I fully agree.
well known for its gambling business and its really a fun and pleasure even you will surely risking your money when you play there, but for most
gamblers which really hoping that luck will permits them aside from enjoying they also wanted to earn big time.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Bitcoingiver on July 22, 2017, 03:21:22 PM
This means the place will be a place full of great fun. I will visit Macau but I really have to prepare myself.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Qartersa on July 22, 2017, 06:24:33 PM
This means the place will be a place full of great fun. I will visit Macau but I really have to prepare myself.

You should, it is worth it to visit the place. There is so much things to do there aside from gambling.
There are things for the adults, families and gamblers alike. I personally enjoyed watching the shows there.
I've been there like three years ago, so I think there have been plenty more things to do there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michaelch on August 16, 2017, 06:29:38 AM
This means the place will be a place full of great fun. I will visit Macau but I really have to prepare myself.

You should, it is worth it to visit the place. There is so much things to do there aside from gambling.
There are things for the adults, families and gamblers alike. I personally enjoyed watching the shows there.
I've been there like three years ago, so I think there have been plenty more things to do there.

True. And if you're going on an extended trip, you may want to consider crossing over to visit Hong Kong or Shenzhen as well. Will be great for you to visit those places.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: shine1123 on August 16, 2017, 06:53:29 AM
I wish I was there but never had been there in my life. I watched so many videos about Island that is my dream to visit this place and play there with some money when I will get enough.

Yup, before go to the macau we must prepare our money first. My advice is don't bring all your money to macau lmao, becayse you can lose all your money in gambling here. Actually i finally go to macau 1 week ago with my friends. What a city there, so many casinos and there are many interesting place too.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: okissabam on August 16, 2017, 08:32:08 AM
No I haven't but I was supposed to cross over that country when I went to HongKong because I have heard that place has an amazing place. Hopefully when I go back to HongKong I will make sure to cross over that beautiful country and might try one of their casinos there. ;D


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: romero121 on August 16, 2017, 09:24:59 AM
It is one among the location that is much popular for casinos. It serves to be the casino hub for the Asian Continent. It gained more importance just due to the increased tourism access to the locality. The country has majority of the economy growth from tourism and gambling industry.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Noilee on August 28, 2017, 07:10:32 PM
I have never experienced going to Macau but i dream of getting there when i have a lot of money. I heard that there are many good places casino in this country and i want to go to play to their casinos. There are some places also interested to visit i think its safe too especially in place of casino. Its a such place in all gamblers and very interesting place and very built up with casinos and hotels. There is a biggest casino in the city.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: RealPhotoshoper on August 28, 2017, 07:49:11 PM
It is one among the location that is much popular for casinos. It serves to be the casino hub for the Asian Continent. It gained more importance just due to the increased tourism access to the locality. The country has majority of the economy growth from tourism and gambling industry.
I will go there for holiday next month , let's see what i can share then.
So exciting , i have been made a research about the accomodation , hotels etc as always it is expensive as hell :D .
That place looks like not located in near china/hkg , the architecture building is so outstanding, however when i get there I will try to not play much.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Oceat on August 28, 2017, 08:41:22 PM
Wow, i hope i can go there that place has a great tourist spot because of their famous architectural structures. I am adding this to my wishlist and also i want to visit their casinos and have some great time just for entertainment. But first i have work so hard to earn more bitcoin and will be able to travel around the world using with my own money.  ;D


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: pixie85 on August 28, 2017, 08:59:20 PM
I haven't, but knowing me I'd spend all my free time at the beach, swimming and watching the babes sunbathe, not in a casino.
I know Macau is a famous place but it's not worth going there just to play unless you're a bored millionaire. Most of us normal people can find a local or online place to bet.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Cacingkemi on August 28, 2017, 09:12:01 PM
Never, want to go there but surely not enough just 10 BTC capital only. Have heard about macau there nest his big-time gambler. As the times of some casinos have been promoting goes to macau, so I don't have to go there as some gamblers are very fierce. :D


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: sartoga on August 28, 2017, 09:41:47 PM
No, I have never been there because I don't like to fly and prefer online casinos comfortable from home.

Maybe I will go there one day with a cruise.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: LordDisick on August 28, 2017, 11:21:51 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Yes we had a side trip to Macau when we went to HongKong and i was overwhelmed when i saw their casino. But we dont go inside though because our main purpose was just to tour Macau and relax with my family. And also we dont have the cash to play or gamble on the casino. Maybe someday if we become rich I'll visit macau again.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: laluna24 on August 28, 2017, 11:29:52 PM
No, I have never been there because I don't like to fly and prefer online casinos comfortable from home.

Maybe I will go there one day with a cruise.
Ive never been there in Macau, the place is like a paradise to play gambling. But I prefer to relax and a tour with family. Maybe If I have a lot money I want to visit this place for fun and enjoyment.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Caladonian on August 29, 2017, 12:08:45 AM
I haven't, but knowing me I'd spend all my free time at the beach, swimming and watching the babes sunbathe, not in a casino.
I know Macau is a famous place but it's not worth going there just to play unless you're a bored millionaire. Most of us normal people can find a local or online place to bet.
Well we do have our own perception about enjoyment and I guess those bored millionaire finds gambling as one of their ways and who among us doesn't know how Macau works and how much gamblers always visiting the place if gotten a chance I will go there too just experience the fun..


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: crwth on August 29, 2017, 02:18:18 AM
I haven't, but knowing me I'd spend all my free time at the beach, swimming and watching the babes sunbathe, not in a casino.
I know Macau is a famous place but it's not worth going there just to play unless you're a bored millionaire. Most of us normal people can find a local or online place to bet.
Well we do have our own perception about enjoyment and I guess those bored millionaire finds gambling as one of their ways and who among us doesn't know how Macau works and how much gamblers always visiting the place if gotten a chance I will go there too just experience the fun..
You would see a lot of people playing in casinos that are from other countries and they are probably there to see how it works out in Macau. It's very different and I have been there just for a moment, not really gambling but just to sight see what the place has to offer. If you're a bored millionaire, probably that's where you will be.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Ziskinberg on August 29, 2017, 04:14:39 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
If given a chance I would love to go that place, when you are a gambler that will give you another achievement in life to finally go to the place you love.
There are only two places I would like to go, I want to go to vegas but right now it seems Macau is more possible as it's closer to my location and not too expensive when finally have a trip there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: coolcoinz on August 29, 2017, 07:38:19 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
If given a chance I would love to go that place, when you are a gambler that will give you another achievement in life to finally go to the place you love.
There are only two places I would like to go, I want to go to vegas but right now it seems Macau is more possible as it's closer to my location and not too expensive when finally have a trip there.
And I wouldn't.
I haven't been there, but the trip would be too expensive. Has any of you guys actually checked how much the flight would take and cost you?
London - Macau would take me 19 hours, with 2 stopovers, and would cost me £1,5k. That's more than I've ever waged, and I'd have to add a hotel and meals... I don't think i'll ever take that trip, even if someone agrees to go with me.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Rinsend on August 29, 2017, 08:53:27 PM
I have never experienced going to Macau but i dream of getting there when i have a lot of money. I heard that there are many good places casino in this country and i want to go to play to their casinos. There are some places also interested to visit i think its safe too especially in place of casino. Its a such place in all gamblers and very interesting place and very built up with casinos and hotels. There is a biggest casino in the city.
a lot of gamblers are here to get there,
But in fact this is just a dream,
because to be able to visit the macau as much as I know is not easy.
we must have access from certain people.
And to get access is not easy.
but I hope that we all the gamblers get to macau to realize our dreams  ;)


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: nowlscor18 on August 29, 2017, 11:31:41 PM
No I haven't but I was supposed to cross over that country when I went to HongKong because I have heard that place has an amazing place. Hopefully when I go back to HongKong I will make sure to cross over that beautiful country and might try one of their casinos there. ;D
No, i haven't been there but all i know is that its like vegas there where they are known to have many casinos. Biggest gamblers in the world surely loves to visit macau.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michaelch on August 31, 2017, 04:05:43 AM
I will go there for holiday next month , let's see what i can share then.
So exciting , i have been made a research about the accomodation , hotels etc as always it is expensive as hell :D .
That place looks like not located in near china/hkg , the architecture building is so outstanding, however when i get there I will try to not play much.

Please do share your experience after your visit to Macau. It is in fact connected to China, connected through the Chinese city of Zhuhai. It is also just beside Hong Kong and just a short ferry ride away.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michaelch on August 31, 2017, 04:08:01 AM
I haven't, but knowing me I'd spend all my free time at the beach, swimming and watching the babes sunbathe, not in a casino.
I know Macau is a famous place but it's not worth going there just to play unless you're a bored millionaire. Most of us normal people can find a local or online place to bet.

True. But it is a worthy holiday destination to consider as there are good amenities and surrounded by great places to visit as well. Probably shouldn't fly all the way there if your intention is just to gamble, as any local or nearby casino will do :)


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: ufaiz50 on August 31, 2017, 04:21:11 AM
I haven't, but knowing me I'd spend all my free time at the beach, swimming and watching the babes sunbathe, not in a casino.
I know Macau is a famous place but it's not worth going there just to play unless you're a bored millionaire. Most of us normal people can find a local or online place to bet.

True. But it is a worthy holiday destination to consider as there are good amenities and surrounded by great places to visit as well. Probably shouldn't fly all the way there if your intention is just to gamble, as any local or nearby casino will do :)
it's true. for what far away in macau if you just want to gamble? they make the comfortable facilities and the place is nice so very unfortunate if you pass it if go to macau.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: BlockEye on August 31, 2017, 05:16:25 AM
I haven't, but knowing me I'd spend all my free time at the beach, swimming and watching the babes sunbathe, not in a casino.
I know Macau is a famous place but it's not worth going there just to play unless you're a bored millionaire. Most of us normal people can find a local or online place to bet.

True. But it is a worthy holiday destination to consider as there are good amenities and surrounded by great places to visit as well. Probably shouldn't fly all the way there if your intention is just to gamble, as any local or nearby casino will do :)
it's true. for what far away in macau if you just want to gamble? they make the comfortable facilities and the place is nice so very unfortunate if you pass it if go to macau.
The biggest casino were found in Macau, maybe some big time gamblers want to go there to paly with those big time personalities. Especially if tgey are a casino type of gamblers who can focus on playing really in casino then Macau is the best for it.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Matcuda on September 01, 2017, 08:09:26 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
I planned to go there this year, but unfortunately it will not work. Maybe next year. They say it's possible to have a good time and not only in the casino.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: DeathAngel on September 01, 2017, 09:25:34 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

I haven't no but I guess it could be on my bucket list one day. I've been to Las Vegas a couple of times a really enjoyed it, Macau is so far away though dude :)


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Bitmedrano040117 on September 01, 2017, 09:32:16 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

I've been visited Macau several times, but its a really nice place. I could imagine the place is so beautiful even just an a small island but when the night has come I felt like I'm in Las Vegas full of Casino's and etc. Just like that I had and experienced to that place.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: michkima on September 01, 2017, 10:24:05 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

I've been visited Macau several times, but its a really nice place. I could imagine the place is so beautiful even just an a small island but when the night has come I felt like I'm in Las Vegas full of Casino's and etc. Just like that I had and experienced to that place.

I agree, it's pretty nice there. Everything is so big and you have to look up at every casino there. The shows are so nice too! I wish I had more money to watch every single one of them but too bad my stay was short and the price of the rooms were damned expensive. The food too are to die for. The jerky in Senado Square is my favorite as well as the cake things I forgot the name.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: The_prodigy on September 01, 2017, 11:10:04 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

What makes Macau a special place is that it is an island made specifically for pleasure and sometimes for business as it has its own laws and very very open when it comes to other ventures both legal and illegal. ALSo ot is a gamblers paradise as there is a plethora of casinos that offers to a variety of players and audience.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: 2tang on September 01, 2017, 11:11:26 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

I've been visited Macau several times, but its a really nice place. I could imagine the place is so beautiful even just an a small island but when the night has come I felt like I'm in Las Vegas full of Casino's and etc. Just like that I had and experienced to that place.

I agree, it's pretty nice there. Everything is so big and you have to look up at every casino there. The shows are so nice too! I wish I had more money to watch every single one of them but too bad my stay was short and the price of the rooms were damned expensive. The food too are to die for. The jerky in Senado Square is my favorite as well as the cake things I forgot the name.

I've gambled in macau, but because I rarely travel far, I'm just so excited about visiting the casinos on genting island and some other local casinos, I do not think it's any different than the more diverse facilities and visitors, which is important in that place there is one type of game that I like most poker and baccarat.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: BitcoinSupremo on September 01, 2017, 11:16:27 AM
I have never been there but that island is way too far from Italy and I don't like traveling alone that far. If I manage to find 3 or 4 other friends to come with me then I believe it would be an awesome experience to go there and visit each one of those 33 casinos. We need to find a lot of money before as you cannot go there ,such a long distance without being properly prepared before.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: yrreg ger on September 01, 2017, 07:55:56 PM
I never been in macau, but I know that this place has many casino's. If I got a chance to visit in macau, I will go first in the casino because one of the thing I want to do is make an experience to play in casino. Here in my country has a casino but I never been play because of money.

Before that I want to finish my studying then earn allot of money, save some money using a bitcoin and travel around the world.
But I promis I will go in macau someday, this place is my first place I want to visit since I am a child.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: jjacob on September 01, 2017, 08:12:50 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
I planned to go there this year, but unfortunately it will not work. Maybe next year. They say it's possible to have a good time and not only in the casino.

If you want casinos, there is always Las Vegas. And you can have a very good time too. :D
Macau is over-rated. It is probably the only place where the Chinese can gamble legally and that has made it famous.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: basyang on September 02, 2017, 12:25:39 AM
It's my dream to be in Macau but when I go there I'm not really going to for the casino's instead I want to have time to relax for myself and have some tour with that good country. I know it's like the Vegas of the Asia and there are a lot of gamblers that are visiting there just to try their luck and have fun with those casino's. Dreaming of going there someday.


    I think Macau is become interesting to me because as you said, even though Macau is lot's of casino yet, you choose to enjoy there to relax. I wonder what scenery that Macau have and some activities to enjoy while staying there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: biskitop on September 02, 2017, 01:40:05 AM
coming to macau will only spend the money. there are activities that are sure to do is:
1. gambling
2. gambling
3. gambling
4. drink champagne
5. fun with sexy ladies
oh god, better BTC i have now, i collect to buy a house. rather than having to go to a gambling place. enought for my loses in gambling and lost my money and BTC yesterday.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: marcbitcoins on September 02, 2017, 04:50:04 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

No i never been there but i know that it was in China part of Asia. Talking of casinos well is it really beatiful there than Las Vegas? Do they receive bitcoins for the hotels and gambling sites too? Well, i dont want to go there because i heard that China govertment rules are very strict because they are communism. I prefer Las Vegas which is part of the land of the free.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: noictib on September 02, 2017, 07:34:19 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
This is the real truth that place is famouse for its beautiness and also the lightening of the money , And where the money exists , there exists game of money ( gambling ) .
One of my friend was telling me about the casino in the gambling , but those casinos are for the rich people only because small gamblers can't face the big gamblers .
Here i have a dream to go in the casino once in Macau because i want start my own casino which should better to thier services and looking more attractive to attract the people for gambling , ao here my dream for macau visit for casino is also my business purpose project and better to understand thier system .
Hope once i will go Thier  and also i will try to make contact with the people in the casino to start a better network of gambling online with bitcoin .


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Franky00 on September 02, 2017, 07:52:17 AM
Yes, but how many casinos in Las Vegas, someone believed. no in Macau was not, and nothing interesting. except 33 casinos there and no. What kind of rest, when there is such a temptation.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: bitcoinisbest on September 02, 2017, 08:03:43 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
I planned to go there this year, but unfortunately it will not work. Maybe next year. They say it's possible to have a good time and not only in the casino.

I also had a plan to travel sometime this year but its being cancelled. Hope next year will be able to make it and enjoy the mini Las Vegas as it is said to be. Heard that its a good place and near to China where the people from China come in the night during weekends and play for a day or so and then next day go back to their home. Would like to experience it and enjoy the casinos and take a feel of it.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: JL421 on September 02, 2017, 06:06:55 PM
Just for gambling you want me to visit a island now 33 casinos is surely a huge number I'm not gonna lie but the problem with casinos is they don't like sharing any profit and most of the time when someone wins big they either tell them to take 1/4th of the amount and go away otherwise they kick them from the casino


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: socks435 on September 02, 2017, 07:33:54 PM
i never been to macau but if i had a chance and had some extra to go tour in macau maybe in the near future
Hope that i can have a good amount of budget to play in macau its really fun if i can play there since there are lots of games out there..
For now since gambling is illegal in my country better to go outside in my country to gamble there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: nataxa093 on September 08, 2017, 04:50:29 AM
To my great regret, I was not in Macau. Had no free time to go there. But I hope that someday, my husband and I definitely will go there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: preevi on September 08, 2017, 06:51:02 AM
I am not interest go to macau only for gambling :D
Because i am prefer to play online than play with real condition
Because go to macau need big funds for accomodation and gambling


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Noilee on September 20, 2017, 12:19:59 PM
I never been to Macau, I was plan go to Macau when i have a lot of money and savings because this is a good place to gamble. Macau is amazing place in gambling and you see the famous casinos there, Macau is very built up with casinos. There are many wealthy people go there to gamble.    Macau is worth to visit especially when we gamble because its fun and exciting. I never been to Macau but this is a place and i want to go for gambling.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: mindfly09 on October 22, 2017, 01:13:09 PM
I never experience to been in Macau, but its very popular place and i heard that so many casinos and best place and nice to gamble. But i want to been in Macau when i have free time and if have a lot of extra money. Macau is the only place where most visited of most of wealthy gamblers. Planning also to travel in Macau so that i will experience to play in there casino, and to enjoy and relax in their nice place.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Kotone on October 24, 2017, 02:42:09 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Macau is an island that is really considered to be something that has an allure to people who love gambling. Gambling has really been a sport or game that has been a headache to some government but there is people who have found solace in Macau where the tegulations are much more lighter.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Getcoinsite on October 24, 2017, 03:19:18 PM
I have heard of Macau but never been there before.

Where is it exactly?
If it is a small island I would imagine it is kind of tucked away somewhere then. :-\

I have always thought it was near turkey or monaco.
Somewhere where there is a lot of money. :D

If I'm not mistaken Macau is a part of China from the past the same as China and Singapore.

Yes it is a small island and that's why the country isn't that big but it is rich as other small countries and it's main industry is gambling (correct me if I'm wrong).

I have a friend, a woman gambler and she loves to visit that place. I wish she will invite me for a tour there.
[/quote macao is a special administrative region of china,but they had own laws.i havent been there but im planning to be there some day,to experience the gambling city.and i stand to be corrected that macao is more gambling place than any other part of asia.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: flower1024 on October 24, 2017, 05:56:04 PM
I think this is a place for gangsters and gamblers. Here if we go alone means it's very risky and we can't go this place with family members. A group of young people can enjoy a lot in this place we will get all type of illegal things in this place. I had been Singapore but not went Macau this time I will try to visit this place.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: lorylore on October 25, 2017, 01:59:36 AM
I have yet to been to macau but i heard that it is a great experience to visit the different casino. Some casino has invested a lot even on just the entrance of the casino. You need not have to gamble, just by touring the different casino can be a fruitful experiences.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Juggy777 on October 25, 2017, 03:15:42 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Yes been there once, that was the first time I played in land based casino, I went to venetian, it's a beauty, it was a Sunday and I was very much surprised to see the crowd in it, Fiat was flowing in like mad, like people had unlimited money to play with, I also started playing small bets first on slot games, then went to big games it was one memorable experience as me and my cousins won, a good deal of money, it's a gambler Paradise and a must visit for all gamblers, they should start accepting Bitcoin it will be much easier for all of us to play more lol.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: cotton ball on October 25, 2017, 11:55:06 AM
I have yet to been to macau but i heard that it is a great experience to visit the different casino. Some casino has invested a lot even on just the entrance of the casino. You need not have to gamble, just by touring the different casino can be a fruitful experiences.

The level of excitement gained is very different from online / crypto gambling, I've been once to macau and several times to the casino in genting island, I feel life will be more fun if we are dealing with professional gamblers directly, humans are social groups that will happier with real socialization.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: wuvdoll on October 25, 2017, 04:29:36 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Macau is an island that is really considered to be something that has an allure to people who love gambling. Gambling has really been a sport or game that has been a headache to some government but there is people who have found solace in Macau where the tegulations are much more lighter.
Macau is just one big huge ground for gambling activities and honestly, it is a fun place most gamblers love to visit. I really wonder how the people there cope from being addicted to gambling. Even if you do not have allure for gambling, staying in that kind of place for a while will definitely push you to want to try it out. That is like the Las vegas of Asia.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: LuanX3 on October 26, 2017, 05:18:11 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Macau is an island that is really considered to be something that has an allure to people who love gambling. Gambling has really been a sport or game that has been a headache to some government but there is people who have found solace in Macau where the tegulations are much more lighter.
Macau is just one big huge ground for gambling activities and honestly, it is a fun place most gamblers love to visit. I really wonder how the people there cope from being addicted to gambling. Even if you do not have allure for gambling, staying in that kind of place for a while will definitely push you to want to try it out. That is like the Las vegas of Asia.

From one who came from there a few times, I agree! The place is full of huge casinos. Like there is nothing else but casinos. This is really one proof that casinos don't die, and they will continue to spread and get bigger. This is totally the best place to go for a gambler. Though I would say it is a nice place for families as well. It has so much activities to do for families like plays, shows, and other fun activities.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Asmonist on October 26, 2017, 06:25:20 AM
It's my dream to be in Macau but when I go there I'm not really going to for the casino's instead I want to have time to relax for myself and have some tour with that good country. I know it's like the Vegas of the Asia and there are a lot of gamblers that are visiting there just to try their luck and have fun with those casino's. Dreaming of going there someday.

I've never been to Macau. I know some of my friends went a side trip to Macau from Hongkong. I dream of travelling there too. It's known for its numerous casinos. I want to see also there other tourist spots. There glamorous buildings and other structures. I'm not always into casino but I want to see also how there casinos there. I know there are lot of gamers I can see there. Amazing!


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: EdenHazard on October 26, 2017, 06:36:45 AM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.

Macau is an island that is really considered to be something that has an allure to people who love gambling. Gambling has really been a sport or game that has been a headache to some government but there is people who have found solace in Macau where the tegulations are much more lighter.
Macau is just one big huge ground for gambling activities and honestly, it is a fun place most gamblers love to visit. I really wonder how the people there cope from being addicted to gambling. Even if you do not have allure for gambling, staying in that kind of place for a while will definitely push you to want to try it out. That is like the Las vegas of Asia.
even for some people they prefer to come to gamble there at macau rather than las vegas , don't know why but i believe las vegas will cost you more because everything there so expensive while macau affordable but still has a class .

macau are a paradise no doubt for those people who looking for a real entertainment in gambling.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: arthotdog on October 26, 2017, 07:18:02 AM
Never been there,but hopefully sooner i will to experience the luxurious and enjoyment of that place called las vegas of asia,its a once in a lifetime experience ,so if having a chance for sure i will grab that opportunity


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: changcloy on October 26, 2017, 09:01:29 AM
i never been there or any out of the country how i wish to go to other country it is a very great and adventurous experience for me. i will try my best to earn bitcoin so that i can go to macau and gamble there maybe i can be lucky and win lots of money.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Prettyme on October 26, 2017, 09:25:13 AM
It's my dream to be in Macau but when I go there I'm not really going to for the casino's instead I want to have time to relax for myself and have some tour with that good country. I know it's like the Vegas of the Asia and there are a lot of gamblers that are visiting there just to try their luck and have fun with those casino's. Dreaming of going there someday.
Me too. Its my dream to go in macau because i want to see the beauty of macau. And also as we all know gambling is popular there so i want to know how the gambling companies work. Also what are the games available there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: onrise on October 26, 2017, 09:44:21 AM
Never been there,but hopefully sooner i will to experience the luxurious and enjoyment of that place called las vegas of asia,its a once in a lifetime experience ,so if having a chance for sure i will grab that opportunity

I think this is everybody who gamble has a 2 dreams in their life. First to visit Las Vegas and second to visit Macau. Both are very far to each other and certainly Macau is also called as mini Las Vegas. Where people form China come on Friday night and play the whole night and mostly return back on Saturday/Sunday evening to their country.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Khristian on October 26, 2017, 11:55:11 AM
macau not yet. i've been there but the macau is a country that has many entertaiment like gambling casino tourist spots beautiful beaches that you can relax many tourists to meet. I want to go to macau for the casino but  i need a lot of money to go there to get my lucky day and win some money and enjoy a dream vacation in that beautiful country i wish someday i will go there visit the macau


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: KourtneyK on October 26, 2017, 12:46:36 PM
I have not been to Macau yet but I am going there early next year, excited to go and visit on their famous casinos. But mostly I wanted to go there to visit famous tourist spots too, but casinos are next to my list.  ;)


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Carreuh on October 28, 2017, 03:35:28 PM
I feel no need go to Macau just to gambling. Simply by sitting sweetly in the park with laptop, I think it's more comfortable. Because gambling certainly looking profit.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: markdario112616 on October 28, 2017, 04:17:54 PM
We did a side trip there when we were at Hongkong, the place is quite astonishing at some point and it is really the sin city of asia. Tourists where given free credits especially to those who are a first timer and free access at the casinos, Unlimited drinks and stuffs. A lot of the gamblers their are also a tourist or regular tourist when we are there. It was a great experience though we only visited 2 casinos due to shortage of time.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Carreuh on October 28, 2017, 06:23:33 PM
Hope to visit there. Not for gambling, but more appropriate to watch gamblers spend money or vice versa, dredge casino's money. Because, some friends have gambled there and say very fun (maybe because he won) are in Macau.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: crwth on November 02, 2017, 02:28:33 AM
Hope to visit there. Not for gambling, but more appropriate to watch gamblers spend money or vice versa, dredge casino's money. Because, some friends have gambled there and say very fun (maybe because he won) are in Macau.
I feel no need go to Macau just to gambling. Simply by sitting sweetly in the park with laptop, I think it's more comfortable. Because gambling certainly looking profit.

It seems that you really like to go to Macau. I think it's awesome to play there because there are a lot of casinos there and they are side by side there. I have been there around 2010 and I don't know how much it has changed now knowing that it has been seven years. I hope to go there again someday.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: btc-facebook on November 02, 2017, 03:43:48 AM
Hope to visit there. Not for gambling, but more appropriate to watch gamblers spend money or vice versa, dredge casino's money. Because, some friends have gambled there and say very fun (maybe because he won) are in Macau.

Imagine if they legalized bitcoin as well , it will bring more positive value for bitcoin !
AFAIK , Hongkong is the best place for playing casino in Asia region and with 1 btc , imagine how much Hongkong fiat that they can be earn from it


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: BlockEye on November 02, 2017, 04:11:03 PM
Hope to visit there. Not for gambling, but more appropriate to watch gamblers spend money or vice versa, dredge casino's money. Because, some friends have gambled there and say very fun (maybe because he won) are in Macau.

Imagine if they legalized bitcoin as well , it will bring more positive value for bitcoin !
AFAIK , Hongkong is the best place for playing casino in Asia region and with 1 btc , imagine how much Hongkong fiat that they can be earn from it

It's will be much nicer if we can be able to use crypto on those popular casinos, see how convenient it will be,but might cause more addiction to others who are out of control whenever they play physically.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: DeathAngel on November 02, 2017, 04:37:55 PM
Iíve never been but I do plan to, maybe one day if the price goes high enough & I begin to cash in I will make the trip. I have been to Vegas but I hear Macau is a different but still great vibe.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: serjent05 on November 02, 2017, 07:48:58 PM
Iíve never been but I do plan to, maybe one day if the price goes high enough & I begin to cash in I will make the trip. I have been to Vegas but I hear Macau is a different but still great vibe.

I think it would be great if we all meet in Macau one day :) We can just arrange the time and availability of everyone.  I have never been there so I am also interested on visiting it plus the fact that if we all agree to meet there, the excitement of the idea of meeting a co-Bitcoiner from all around the world.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: EdenHazard on November 03, 2017, 07:51:56 AM
Never been there,but hopefully sooner i will to experience the luxurious and enjoyment of that place called las vegas of asia,its a once in a lifetime experience ,so if having a chance for sure i will grab that opportunity

I think this is everybody who gamble has a 2 dreams in their life. First to visit Las Vegas and second to visit Macau. Both are very far to each other and certainly Macau is also called as mini Las Vegas. Where people form China come on Friday night and play the whole night and mostly return back on Saturday/Sunday evening to their country.

yes of course ! las vegas and macau , a paradise land for real gambler.

we can only see it on the movie , don't know if it is true in the reality. a movie always have a better view and when you come there don't surprising if everything are really far from your expectation. i hope not so .


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: dicer777 on November 04, 2017, 01:18:33 PM
yes! a paradise for a fambler. thats a very good place to relax and to win


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Caladonian on November 04, 2017, 01:26:31 PM
yes! a paradise for a fambler. thats a very good place to relax and to win
well most of the real gamblers really love going into macau as they love enjoy their activities and satisfying their lust, still even i already got some money
i can't imagine myself to be there as I'm still thinking that if ever I go there it will just a leisure that i needed to spend my money not just a small amount but a bigger one amount that i can already enjoy some relaxing vacation trip.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: lili song on November 04, 2017, 06:13:46 PM
Not yet, but I have a plan to go there. But actually I go to there not for gambling, but want just look around.
Like go to museum, shopping etc. Macau as we know called "Las Vegas for Asia".


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Slark on November 04, 2017, 07:23:36 PM
I have an interesting question - do you know of any physical casino from Macau which is accepting Bitcoin directly?
Or because of Chinese regulations (or whatever other reason) bitcoin acceptance is not possible?
I know that in Las Vegas some casinos are accepting Bitcoin I don't see any reason why Macau won't do the same :)


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: sheilasekarbumi on November 05, 2017, 01:18:13 AM
I have an interesting question - do you know of any physical casino from Macau which is accepting Bitcoin directly?
Or because of Chinese regulations (or whatever other reason) bitcoin acceptance is not possible?
I know that in Las Vegas some casinos are accepting Bitcoin I don't see any reason why Macau won't do the same :)

Nope, at Macau bitcoin wasn't accepted at all. You have to use cash to exchange into chips and use them to play. In other way, you could sell your Bitcoins into cash to exchange the chips. It's ok anyway unless you're broke.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Hexah on November 05, 2017, 01:42:37 AM
Yeah I heard about that one it's just near from my country Philippines I think it just cost a 100 bucks just to get there from my country. I've never been there before but as far as I know it really a gambling paradise just like Las Vegas and all day and night long business casino there are operating. My favourite place to go to but not for gambling either but to visit beautiful sites out there they have such nature good for visiting and maybe there comes a time I will be there.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: chris200x9 on November 05, 2017, 02:59:30 AM
Not yet, but I have a plan to go there. But actually I go to there not for gambling, but want just look around.
Like go to museum, shopping etc. Macau as we know called "Las Vegas for Asia".

I'm from Asia but I had been to Las Vegas already but so far didn't go to Macau. In Vegas also didn't gamble but just walk around to strip and enjoy that environment for one evening. So far I never gamble in the real casino and my gambling experience is only online.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: crwth on November 07, 2017, 09:01:20 AM
Not yet, but I have a plan to go there. But actually I go to there not for gambling, but want just look around.
Like go to museum, shopping etc. Macau as we know called "Las Vegas for Asia".

I'm from Asia but I had been to Las Vegas already but so far didn't go to Macau. In Vegas also didn't gamble but just walk around to strip and enjoy that environment for one evening. So far I never gamble in the real casino and my gambling experience is only online.
It's more close to Asia rather than Las Vegas. It's awesome that you have been to Las Vegas because I think that has been the part where there are a lot of gamblers that are gathering and making the profits there. In Macau, I think there are more people there because of the place it has, being in Asia or something. It's fun if you are for entertainment.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: naidray on November 08, 2017, 08:10:05 AM
Not yet, but I have a plan to go there. But actually I go to there not for gambling, but want just look around.
Like go to museum, shopping etc. Macau as we know called "Las Vegas for Asia".

I'm from Asia but I had been to Las Vegas already but so far didn't go to Macau. In Vegas also didn't gamble but just walk around to strip and enjoy that environment for one evening. So far I never gamble in the real casino and my gambling experience is only online.
Macau being the administrative region located in the east of China is known as Las Vegas of Asia. Many people actually have no idea that this little city has 33 physical casinos the best among all of them is obviously Venetian Macau. I haven't been to Macau yet but it is one of my biggest dreams to visit there and enjoy both the natural beauty, meeting with the inhabitants of that place and obviously going into the casinos playing poker, roulette and a lot many other games despite of any fear to lose.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: cottagecoin on November 08, 2017, 08:11:08 AM
I used to live in Hong Kong and never used the chance to visit Macau, so sad about it!


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: crwth on November 10, 2017, 12:52:01 AM
I used to live in Hong Kong and never used the chance to visit Macau, so sad about it!
You are so close, yet you didn't have a chance. I think it's okay because there are plenty of times that you could visit if you give the time to it, just don't go there without an agenda because it might cause you a waste of your time. I think you could just get a ferry so that you can go to Macau or something like that.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: newblog on November 10, 2017, 03:57:44 AM
I used to live in Hong Kong and never used the chance to visit Macau, so sad about it!
Really it is sad, it is very near to you at least you can visit once.

I am also not visited yet will visit one day.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: bhadz on November 10, 2017, 04:21:48 AM
I used to live in Hong Kong and never used the chance to visit Macau, so sad about it!
What's sad about it? If you are a real life gambler you did missed a big chance of your life to visit the place since you are only near to it. Well I live farther than you to Macau and it's also my desire to get into Macau one day. But because I'm too busy with my daily life, paper works, meetings and appointments I can't set up a schedule to travel for this year, maybe next year I will have my very lite schedule and I can get there one day.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Cosbycoin on November 11, 2017, 01:30:28 PM
Not yet, but I have a plan to go there. But actually I go to there not for gambling, but want just look around.
Like go to museum, shopping etc. Macau as we know called "Las Vegas for Asia".

I'm from Asia but I had been to Las Vegas already but so far didn't go to Macau. In Vegas also didn't gamble but just walk around to strip and enjoy that environment for one evening. So far I never gamble in the real casino and my gambling experience is only online.
It's more close to Asia rather than Las Vegas. It's awesome that you have been to Las Vegas because I think that has been the part where there are a lot of gamblers that are gathering and making the profits there. In Macau, I think there are more people there because of the place it has, being in Asia or something. It's fun if you are for entertainment.
Macau has one of the best casinos around the world. it is famous for gambling and my wish is to visit it at the end of this year just as a assort of vacation trip and also get a chance to visit those casinos physically. despite of being famous for casinos Macau has also a complete set of distinction whether it comes to the friendly atmosphere natureís beauty and co operative natives. so I think that it is one of the biggest dreams of all gamblers to visit Macau at least once in their life.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: katarin2030 on November 11, 2017, 05:38:13 PM
No, not yet but really interested to visit in the future, as heard lot about Macau.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: tmawheba on November 11, 2017, 06:08:57 PM
In my world tour agenda Macau is included not yet visited. I heard lot of Macau the real gambling world. Once I have a handsome money in my account for sure I will visit it. It is the paradise for gamblers.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: joebrook on November 11, 2017, 10:04:59 PM
It's like a gambler's paradise there. About 33 casinos squeezed into a small island.
That is one place where I will never go to when it comes to a vacation. I think I will only go there when I think I have enough money to blow and do things that I wouldn't normally do in my dream world and since it's a small island in think the beaches will be great.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: BrannigansLaw on November 11, 2017, 10:36:03 PM
Heard a lot about this place and i think it is called the Las Vegas of Asia,i did see that place in movies and i am not sure it is the best place suited for me as i am not a big time gambler nor do i have plans to throw some money at it yet,if i get the opportunity in the future i might visit but not in my top priority list.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: Lionidas on November 11, 2017, 10:44:41 PM
Heard a lot about this place and i think it is called the Las Vegas of Asia,i did see that place in movies and i am not sure it is the best place suited for me as i am not a big time gambler nor do i have plans to throw some money at it yet,if i get the opportunity in the future i might visit but not in my top priority list.
It is in China right?
I did not think a communist country will allow people to freely gamble like this if they can not take most of that money for the country cafurs.
That is what communism is based on after all.
All about the strength of the country and let the citizens suffer if that makes the government richer thus making it's economy=country stronger than all the rest.
Atleast this is how I see it.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: madwica on November 11, 2017, 11:53:13 PM
Im not yet been in macau but i know that city is one of the biggest gambling area which lots of people addicted to go there but me if time give me an opportunity go to there i will take it and will gamble because the experience can not buy but if you lose you can recover it if you have regular job. Hoping that it will happen in the future.


Title: Re: Have You Been to Macau?
Post by: ivanst776 on November 18, 2017, 05:06:04 AM
Im not yet been in macau but i know that city is one of the biggest gambling area which lots of people addicted to go there but me if time give me an opportunity go to there i will take it and will gamble because the experience can not buy but if you lose you can recover it if you have regular job. Hoping that it will happen in the future.
Macau is famous just because of its ground based casinos. The area has got the attention of many gamblers and 25 of the houses are among the top list in the rankings. I have been to Macau only once but just for the sake of a business meeting therefore due to some busy schedule I didnít get the chance to visit there and pay gambling .but let it be a dream for future that is possible to get fulfilled.