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Casinos in Sri Lanka

If looking to try your hand at a game of chance or just wanting to have a good time, one has plenty of options to choose from. Casinos in Sri Lanka are legalised and are based mainly in the heart of Colombo. Almost all establishments are open for 24 hours a day and bets at most tables start at Rs.500.

Gambling has had a presence in the country for several decades, with the first casinos opening up in Colombo in the late 1970s and bookies existing long before and today it is a prevalent pastime in the city with people frequenting casinos to either test their luck at the tables or to simply enjoy the great entertainment and cuisine provided at the establishments.

Some of the more popular options include Bally's Casino, an up-market casino well-known for its lucky tables and good entertainment, featuring roulette, blackjack and professional poker.

The Bellagio is yet another regularly frequented casino and even though it bears an identical name, it has no relationship with the casinos in Las Vegas. A modernistic up-market casino, it's fitted out with the latest equipment guaranteeing that those entering it have a good time.

One of the oldest establishments in the city, Stardust is quite famous with over 10 years of history and it too is well-known for its lucky tables and good live entertainment and features blackjack, roulette and baccarat.

Other options within the city are the MGM Casino, Crown Club, Continental Club, Ritz Club amidst several others.

 

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