Las Vegas is the Sin City where people come for having a life time mind boggling experience. This city has been attracting kinky tourists who want to explore the exotic places, the lavish restaurants, go to the classiest casinos and explore even the darkest corners of the city. When you are in Vegas you cannot get bored as you can engage in gambling, shopping, dining and enjoy the night life which is the leading financial and cultural center for Southern Nevada. Just check out the 10 most exciting things that you can do in Vegas as what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, so better plan a random journey to the Sin City.
Caesars Palace is one of the most iconic casino in the Sin City, Las Vegas. Dress in a classic tuxedo, look suave and transform into Casino Royale. Only few casinos can give a competition to Caesars Palace as the atmosphere is smoking. Apart from Caesars you can play some of the best poker games at the legendary Golden Nugget in Downtown. If you have a tight budget then you must go to Casino Royale where you can have round the roulette wheel. Killer’s fans who like the Old West style casinos can head to Sam’s Town.
People say anything can happen in Vegas and it’s true. You can go to Venice without boarding a flight. How? as there are many bizarre themed resorts in Vegas which pays tacky homage to many famous cities of the world. If you want to see Eiffel Tower of Paris then you can go to Paris Las Vegas. If you wish to have a gondola ride or stroll at St. Mark’s Square then you must visit the Venetian.
If you are an adventure buff then you shouldn’t miss the crazy ride on the Stratosphere, the tallest building in Nevada. If you happen to visit north of the Boulevard then you can hear shrieks coming from the building. You can choose to be a part of the madness from four thrilling rides Big Shot, X Scream, Insanity : The Ride and Sky Jump.
Taste a flame of the exotic drinks that are served from the fabulously designed bottles. You can pull out a chair and spend a night at Craftsteak where you can boggle at the vast scotch collection. One can also drink Cognacs at Chef Andre Rochat’s restaurant-Andre’s and Alize. Connoisseurs must visit Downtown Cocktail Room where specialty drinks are rated on a level of 1 (“very approachable”) to 5 (“advanced palate”). Wine drinkers should set their sights on Aureole where the bottles are housed in a four-story wine tower that requires harnessed “wine angels” to retrieve them.
One must visit Wynn Las Vegas which is intricately designed by Maverick Mogul Steve Wynn. It is an inside out resort, so you have to go inside in order to figure out the marvelous design of the casino. From the outside it looks like a small terrain which is covered by lush green trees. You will have a multimedia experience where you can see faux mountain fuses light, water, horticulture, and architecture.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas , right! but you can do something here which will remain forever with you. Yes! you can have a wedding in Vegas. The classic place for lightning-quick, starry hitching is the Little White Wedding Chapel where Frank Sinatra got married to Mia Farrow. The tackiest, a favorite with Elvis impersonators, is the Viva Las Vegas Chapel. The dinkiest is undoubtedly Wee Kirk o’ the Heather, for those who find the real Scotland too chilly.
You cannot resist the aroma of delicious chicken, short ribs, yams at M&M’s Soul Food and enormously big burgers at Hash House a-Go-Go. If you love having steaks than you can try out one of the best barbecues in Las Vegas at Big Mama’s Rib Shack. For a generous slice of Old Vegas, try Du-Par’s, housed in a historic casino which serves food for 20 hours a day.
If you are an admirer of water shows then you must visit the eye pleasing offbeat place to raise a toast and see fascinating mermaids swimming in the water. The Mermaid Bar & Lounge at Silverton is the most extraordinary place where you can have drinks in the company of silver-finned fish-women. If you want to have more fun then join in the sing-alongs to dueling pianos at the Bar at Times Square at New York or doodle electronically in the Beatles-themed Revolution at the Mirage.
Take your credit card for a spin around at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. You can shop at the high-end designer outlets and amaze everybody with your style. If you’re thin and rich enough, shop at the Fashion Show Mall, whose one billion dollar Cloud, an amazing image projection screen hovering over the center which entertains the shoppers.