Tourists at the ruins of St Paul’s Church, a 17th-century Portuguese complex in Santo Antonio, Macau. China is looking to turn the gambling enclave into a family-friendly destination. Photo: AFP

Casino operators that play cards right will win from Beijing’s push to make Macau a family-friendly destination

  • Analysts pick Sands China and Galaxy Entertainment as winners as they have proved the most successful so far at developing non-gaming offerings
  • Operators are spending US$10 billion in developing family-friendly attractions amid warnings new licences will be linked to efforts to diversify
Topic |   Macau

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Tourists at the ruins of St Paul’s Church, a 17th-century Portuguese complex in Santo Antonio, Macau. China is looking to turn the gambling enclave into a family-friendly destination. Photo: AFP
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