HaTien Vegas

    Ha Tien Vegas is a luxury casino resort located in Phnom Phen, Cambodia just a stone’s throw away from the Vietnam – Cambodia border. The property has several luxury rooms along with 24 hr gaming area, multi-cusine restaurant and other facilities.

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    Ha Tien Vegas opens September 18

    Ha Tien Vegas opens Friday

    Ha Tien Vegas is the latest of Cambodia’s casinos to restart, with plans to open its doors from Friday, September 18th.

    Regulation to stimulate growth

    Cambodia is expected to introduce its long-awaited casino regulation in September, which may attract further investment to one of Asia’s most vibrant markets. The government is planning to hold a regulatory seminar, bringing together officials and industry executives and is expected to introduce the updated rules. Under the new legislation, casinos will likely face a […]

    Casino champions Kep’s biggest ever beach clean up

    The biggest ever clean-up of Kep’s Angkol Beach took place last month, masterminded by the management of nearby Ha Tien Vegas Entertainment Resort. At least 220 volunteers, representing 40 percent of the casino’s workforce, spending October 29 gathering 10 tons of rubbish from the 1km stretch of Kep’s coastline. More than 700 bags of trash […]

    Inaugural ASEAN Summit to showcase regional opportunities

    The Philippines has been one of the best-performing casino markets in 2016, with revenue from the properties in Entertainment City up 20 percent in 3Q, though operators from Vietnam and Cambodia are also posting strong results, highlighting the potential of these markets. AGB will be hosting the inaugural ASEAN Gaming Summit in March 2017 to […]

    How casinos are getting creative in retaining staff

    With an increasing number of casinos emerging throughout Asia, the industry is becoming a popular career choice for ambitious individuals from across the region.

    New rules to trigger consolidation

    Cambodia’s long-awaited gambling legislation is likely to be published mid-year and could herald the start of a dramatic shake out of the country’s 65 casinos. Higher tax rates and investment levels may trigger consolidation.