Genting Singapore’s non-gambling focus amid warning

Genting Singapore’s non-gambling focus amid warning

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Genting Singapore’s non-gambling focus amid warning

Genting Singapore is preparing for the possibility of fewer Chinese visitors due to a warning from Chinese authorities about gambling.

In response to a warning from the Chinese Embassy in Singapore for Chinese nationals to abstain from gambling, the company’s Board of Directors recently responded to inquiries from shareholders regarding its approach.

Given that China has grown to be a major supplier of tourism for Singapore, one of the key worries was how less Chinese visitors will affect Genting Singapore. In response, Genting Singapore announced its intention to concentrate on non-gambling attractions in order to draw guests from a wider variety of markets and geographical areas.

Genting Singapore announced a number of new projects and attractions that will increase the city-state’s allure to travelers. These include the Singapore Oceanarium, Illumination’s Minion Land at Universal Studios Singapore, the Asia Premiere of Harry Potter: Visions of Magic, and a number of  retail establishments. It is anticipated that these additions will be implemented in late 2024 or early 2025.

Genting Singapore hopes to draw in a wider variety of tourists and lessen its reliance on Chinese tourists by broadening its offers beyond casino and emphasizing entertainment and leisure alternatives.

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