Casino Dress Standards. Hi my friends and I are travelling to Macau next month and would like some info on the dress standards to get in do men have to wear a collared shirt and tie or are jeans ok thanks . Macao. 6 Answers. answered on 7/2/09 by. a VT member from State of Queensland. There may be a little difference at various casinos but in general you are required to dress "properly". It is Casino in Macau „The Venetian Macao“ ist eines der bekanntesten Casinos in Macau. Bei diesem Anbieter gibt es überhaupt keinen Dresscode. Wir haben diverse Erfahrungsberichte aus unterschiedlichen Ländern zu diesem Casino analysiert und festgestellt, dass es anscheinend kein Problem ist, in Flip-Flops das Casino zu besuchen. In anderen Casinos können die Regeln natürlich Answer 1 of 7: Is there currently a dress code for the casinos? A search on the forums hasn't yielded any recent info. For example, could I just wear shorts and a t-shirt in the larger casino resorts? Im Casino gelten immer noch strikte Dresscodes. Damit dein Ausflug in die Welt der Karten und Kugeln nicht schon an der Tür endet, haben wir ein paar Outfits für dich herausgesucht. Rules at Macau's casinos have mellowed considerably since the arrival of American casinos to the territory. The likes of the Wynn and The Venetian have become entertainment palaces, rather than just gambling dens, relaxing their rules and their dress codes in the process. In general, unless you are planning to visit the high roller tables, the rules are as relaxed as the dress code. The hotel/casino websites sometimes have information on the casinos, might be something about dress codes, I'm not completely sure as we never really think about it prior to catching the ferry to Macau. If you feel the urge to have a suite made prior to going over the Macau, no problem. Lots of suit shops (tailors), if you really feel want Back in the day, around 2008, Taipa Square casino didn't let me in because I was wearing shorts. Fortunately, all that nonsense has been done away with. You got people dropping $100,000 Hong Kong bets looking like they should be cleaning a toilet.
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