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Besides shopping, gorging on endless buffets and visiting the ostentatious hotels modelled on legendary monuments, lavish theatrical productions and concerts are the top draws of this desert city, reports JOHNNI WONG.
Chinese New Year #8220;ong#8221; (good luck) turned into terrible #8220;suey#8221; (bad luck) for 31 people when police raided an illegal gambling den in Kuala Langat in the wee hours of Monday.
Even today, the aura of grandeur and power still emanates from Cambodia#8217;s enigmatic Khmer past, attracting travellers from near and far to one of the most beautiful monuments ever built #8211; the majestic Angkor temples.
B>BANGKOK: /B>No wins, no losses and no draws. All is quiet at Thailand's border with Cambodia that is dotted with dozens of gambling dens and casinos.
B>HANOI: /B>As 155 defendants were read their charges yesterday, on the fifth day of Vietnam's biggest ever organised crime trial, passers-by laid bets on various aspects of the trial, state-run media said.
What drives a Japanese to stay up at 4am to watch an English Premier League match. Why do Asians #8211; in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam #8211; stay up all night and gamble away millions on these matches. Passion? Hot action? A burning desire to win? All of these and more were on show when Manchester United and Arsenal had their mid-week showdown.
Monaco, with its elegant casino and resident high-rollers, has always been a magnet for gamblers.
CHINESE community leaders and associations have lauded the move by the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) to screen the background of candidates recommended for awards or promotions of official positions, saying that this will ensure they only go to those with a clean background.