Nagacorp, the operator of Nagaworld in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, said 93 per cent of the floor space in the resort’s third phase of expansion will be devoted to non-gaming amenities.
In the group’s annual report, chairman Tim McNally said the development of Naga 3 is moving forward as planned and making good progress.
He said once completed, the combined resort will have about 5,000 hotel rooms, 1,300 gaming tables and 4,500 electronic gaming machines.
“It is also anticipated that Naga 3 will include many non-gaming attractions to draw a more diversified tourist audience,” he said, adding this is consistent with the group’s long-term strategy of offering comprehensive lifestyle products and services.
“Given the uniqueness of a casino monopoly in the heart of a capital city, the combined complex of NagaWorld is expected to position the group as one of the largest riverine integrated resorts and entertainment centers in the Asia Pacific region,” he said.
Source: Asia Gaming Brief