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An Arabian-style theme park built as part of the unrelated Fisherman's Wharf lies to its east
Sands Casino, Macao
The casino opened on May 18, 2004 at a cost of $240 million[clarification needed]. All of the mortgage bonds that were issued to finance construction were paid off in May 2005. In 2006, the casino completed an expansion increasing the casino from 165,000 sq ft (15,300 m2) to 229,000 sq ft (21,300 m2). A new hotel tower opened in late 2007, bringing the property's total room count to 289. See also
Gambling in Macau
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^ Deena Beasley & Peter Henderson (2007-02-13). "Sands sees Macau
gambling doubling by 2010". Reuter. Retrieved 2007-02-14.
^ "Harrah's may have missed out in Asia". The Taipei Times. Retrieved
^ Tom Jones. "Sands
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Coordinates: 22°11′30″N 113°33′16″E / 22.19167°N 113.55444°E / 22.19167; 113.55444
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