The Asian Bingo map true fans can’t live without

innerasian26022016Love Bingo? Thinking about taking a trip to Asia and worried about getting your Bingo fix in? That’s fair. There aren’t a ton of places to play Bingo in Asia. Sure, in the United States there’s a Bingo hall around every corner. You can play in church basements, at community centers, and in many casinos from coast to cast.

In Europe, it’s the same deal. In fact, Bingo is insanely huge in the UK—so big that it puts American Bingo to shame. But in Asia? It’s a whole different ball of wax.

Don’t worry. Despite the lack of Bingo halls revealed in a Google search, the truth is that there are lots of places to play Bingo and Bingo-style games in Asia, despite the lack of Bingo halls. You just need to know where to look. And that’s where we come in.

Today, we’re crisscrossing the world (virtually of course) to show you where to play Bingo in Asia, no matter where you’re headed. So grab your passport, your Bingo dauber, and that novelty Bingo shirt you’re too embarrassed to wear out in public on this side of the Pacific.

Philippines

Bingo is hugely popular in the Philippines, but the best place to play isn’t necessarily a Bingo hall. It’s on TV. Pinoy Bingo Night is a Philippine game show modeled after National Bingo Night in the US, though with some slight nuances. The game features one solo contestant competing against the entire studio audience. The solo contestant is aiming to beat out the audience. If they do, they win P1,000,000 (about $21,000 USD). If they lose, they get nothing and the studio audience member who won gets P50,000 (about $1,000 USD).

Singapore

Marina Bay Sands is a spectacular property offering the best in casino gaming, dining, and entertainment. If you’re a fan of Bingo, you’ll find bingo-like slots games on the massive casino floor. There are over 2,300 slots on the casino floor with over 250 titles to choose from. Management is constantly replacing old games with new ones, but when we last visited we found a few Bingo-style games. While that’s not to say that you’ll always be able to get your Bingo fix in through electronic gaming machines, it definitely is a possibility.

Macau

Studio City Macau is arguably the biggest and best casino resort hotel in Macau. And for good reason. The brand new property features the world’s most popular games and private gaming salons to attract the wealthiest of high rollers. But you don’t have to be a high roller to play. The electronic gaming machines on site offer some of the lowest minimums in Macau, making the trip here worth it even if you’re on a budget. And if you love Bingo, you’ll find several Bingo-esque gaming machines on the casino floor to make you feel at home.

When it’s time to take a break from Bingo and casino gambling, you literally don’t have to leave the resort to have a good time. Studio City features a Batman Dark Flight ride, a Warner Bros Fun Zone, clubs, restaurants, and a magic show featuring renowned illusionist Franz Harary that’ll blow your mind.

South Korea

If you live in South Korea, skip over this one. Lucky 7 Casino is only open to foreigners. Yup, you’ll need to bring your passport to enter this South Korean casino. Fail to bring it and, well, you won’t be very lucky.

Bingo fans won’t be disappointed here. Electronic machines offer a variety of different games, including several that feel eerily similar to Bingo. What’s more, the popular Tai Sai, a game featuring dice and shakers, has been ranked as one of the most popular non-Bingo games among Bingo fans. So even if you’re not enjoying Bingo, chances are you’ll be playing alongside people who love Bingo just as much as you do.

Malaysia

The only legal casino in Malaysia, Resorts World Genting offers all your favorite casino games under one roof—and then some. If you love Bingo, don’t expect to find a Bingo hall. But do expect to find Bingo like slot machines where games run 24/7.

But it’s not just about casino gambling and Bingo. Resorts World Genting is also home to several theme parks. Chief among them is the First World Indoor Theme Park, which features indoor rides for kids and some thrill rides too. There’s also a Ripley’s Believe it or Not, which features 500 interesting exhibits, a video games park, and even something called SnowWorld, which feels like you’re smack down in the middle of a Charles Dickens novel. It’s basically Las Vegas meets Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls meets old cobblestone Europe.

Resorts World is also expanding. They just announced a billion-dollar investment into the resort that will see a Twentieth Century Fox World Theme Park open up. There’s even more to the story, though not all details have been released. We’re hoping for a Bingo hall and will keep you posted on what we hear.

All of Asia

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Before you hop on, be sure to check the local laws surrounding playing Bingo online. Some countries frown upon online Bingo while others turn a blind eye or welcome it with open arms. Your best bet is to talk to a local casino player as they usually have the inside scoop on the legalities of playing Bingo online.

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