Entertainment City MANILA (also known as Bagong Nayong Pilipino Entertainment City) or previously Pagcor City is Asia's Las Vegas-like gaming and entertainment complex that PAGCOR proposed to offer on 8km of land on the reclamation area of Manila Bay, Philippines. It lies the western side of Roxas Boulevard and south of SM Corporate District (SM Mall of Asia), part of Parañaque City. Investments to the project can reach up to $15 billion, which is scaled down from the more recent $20 billion budget announcement that had been previously announced in 2007. All investments will come from private companies. The project is officially named as the "Bagong Nayong Pilipino-Entertainment City", and has been called several other names by the press. The most common name being referenced is "Entertainment City Philippines". The site has been declared a PEZA approved economic zone.
The Philippines capital carved a new niche for itself as a glitzy gambling hub different from any other... Read more.
Source: Business World
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This is the word that best describes the so-called integrated resorts – the latest trend in both the gambling and tourism industries. Generally speaking, these are large properties that feature luxury hotel, casino, food and beverage, entertainment, and a number of other facilities and attractions. What distinguishes the integrated resorts from the regular gambling and hospitality complexes is the fact that they are much larger and much more expensive to build and operate. They are in a way the haute couture of gambling and entertainment as a whole.
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