Thailand mulls legal casino resorts

Sunday, 17 Apr, 2022 0

Thailand mulls is again tentatively considering legalised gambling and the development of casino resorts. A feasibility study will be submitted to the House of Representatives next month.

There has been speculation US based Las Vegas Sands has held initial talks to open a casino resort. The feasibility study would recommend stricter rules for Thais than for foreign visitors, similar to in other parts of Asia.

Apart from a few exceptions, gambling is illegal in Thailand.

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