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  • There’s plenty of legroom in our new casino.

    The SkyCasino offers a whole new experience with a spacious and classy gaming area spread over two floors and a sleek and modern design based on the “enchanted forest” theme which seeks to bring the lush greenery outdoors indoor.

    When you look up, be impressed by our atrium ceiling, where innovative content worthy of the big screen takes centre stage.

    Located about 16m above the casino floor, the LED atrium ceiling sets the tone for the ambience as it gives gamers the impression of an open sky above them.

  • FAQ

    The casino is open 24 hours daily, unless otherwise notified.
    Only those aged 21 years and above are allowed to enter the casino. Malaysian Muslims are not allowed to enter the casino.
    For safety & security reasons, the following items are not allowed in the casino:
    (a) Firearms of any kind
    (b) Camera, video camera or lap top or any type of photographic recording equipment
    (c) Knife(s) or any other sharp object or hazardous or combustible or corrosive item(s)
    (d) Luggage or umbrella
    (e) Electronic gadgets and appliances
    (f) Newspapers and
    (g) Such other items which the security officers may reasonably deem unfit to bring inside the Casino

    * Subject to such terms and conditions determined by the casino, the guests may deposit items (a) and/or (b) with the Casino Security Office before entering the casino.
    Yes, but guests are strictly prohibited from any form of still or video photography.
    Yes, smoking is allowed. Tables for non-smokers are also available.
    Guests must observe the smart dress code upon entering the casino. Guests wearing hats, caps, sunglasses, slippers, veils, singlet and/or sportswear shall not be allowed to enter the casino.

  • Directory

    Food & Beverages

    The Good Luck eatery is not your typical food court. Located at level 1 of the SkyCasino, it brings the lush jungle outside indoors.

    With plenty of greenery strategically placed around the outlet, diners who had been patronising the old Good Luck will marvel at the totally new concept of the non-smoking eatery.

    With an entire wall of floor-to-ceiling glass offering lots of natural lighting and a fantastic view, diners will feel as if they are dining on a terrace amidst the tropical forest.

    The casual-dining eatery has a maximum seating capacity of 560 and features a mixed of local and western specialties including pork specialties, roast & BBQ, mixed rice, noodles, soups, western dishes, beverages, lifestyle coffee and snacks

    Among the must-try dishes are the Bak Kut Teh (Dry / Soup), Braised Pork Trotters with Black Vinegar and Braised Pork Ribs with vegetables; Roasted Duck Rice, Char Siew Rice and Roasted Pork Rice and Pork & Fish Ball Noodle Soup, Char Kway Teow and Prawn Noodles.

    The western dishes available include Fish and Chips with Tartar Sauce, and Grilled Sausage with Mashed Potatoes and Mushroom Sauce.

    The main dishes are priced from RM19 (members)/RM22 (non-members).

    Level 1, SkyCasino

    Self-serviced food court (non-halal)

    Feeling hungry but don't want to leave the exciting gaming area at the SkyCasino? No problem. The Grab & Win eatery is located right at the gaming area at level 1 of the casino.

    Serving snacks like sandwiches, Chinese savouries, cakes and pastries, the outlet enables guests at the casino to have a quick bite while continuing to enjoy their games.

    The self-service outlet also offers takeaways. Prices range from RM4 (for members).

    Level 1, SkyCasino

    Snacks (non-halal)

    If the hunger pangs hit you while you are at SkyCasino, you can just drop by the Hou Mei restaurant which is conveniently located next to the gaming area on Level 1.

    Serving local, all-time favourites, the L-shaped outlet has a centre court with terrace seating on both sides and it has both smoking and non-smoking sections.

    Among the popular items at the casual-dining restaurant are Kai See Hor Fun – Soup/Dry, Curry Mee, Fish Head Noodle Soup, and Kampong Fried Rice.

    Items are priced from RM19 (members)/RM22 (non-members) and the outlet has a seating capacity of 116.

    Level 1, SkyCasino

    Local favourites (non-halal)

    This fast-pace café serves Hong Kong style “cha chaan teng” comfort food with a Canto-Western twist.

    Featuring “gazebo-style” seatings, the café is located at level 2 of the SkyCasino.

    The outlet’s signature dishes include Fish Ball Rice Noodle Soup, Cantonese ‘Sampan’ Congee, Roasted Meat with Rice, and Milk Bun.

    Prices at the casual-dining outlet, which has a seating capacity of 226, start from RM19 (members)/RM22 (non-members).

    Level 2, SkyCasino

    “Cha chaan teng” comfort food with a Canto-Western twist (non-halal)
    As the name suggests, the self-service outlet serves one-pot meals.

    Featuring the popular Genting Steamed Chicken Rice, other favourites available at the outlet include Rice in porcelain pot with Chinese Sausage and BBQ Pork, Rice in porcelain pot with Wax Meat, and Rani’s Organic Chicken Rice.

    The outlet, which is located at level 2 of the SkyCasino, offers a magnificent view and brings the outdoors indoor.

    Prices at the casual-dining outlet start at RM19 (members)/RM22 (non-members). It has a seating capacity of 168.

    Level 2, SkyCasino

    One-pot meals (non-halal)

    Hainanese kitchens are well-known for taking something as simple as toasted bread with butter and kaya and half-boiled eggs and turning them into the most scrumptious meal.
    From perfectly cooked Hainanese Pork Chop to everybody's favourite Hainanese Chicken Rice, you will find them all at the aptly named Hainan Kitchen at Level 3, SkyCasino.

    The mouthwatering menu includes Hainanese Fried Noodles, Hainanese Roti Babi, and Hainanese Bak Chang.

    Wash them all down with a satisfying cup of Hainanese Coffee and you are sure to be singing the praises of Chef Phua Cheng Chuang who has 30 years of experience in Hainanese cuisine.

    Make sure to check out your favourites at this eatery.

    Level 3, SkyCasino

    Hainanese-style cuisine (non-halal)

    As its name suggests, the Noodle Bar at Level 3, SkyCasino, offers a variety of noodle dishes and other favourites.
    Among the popular choices are Chilli Lobster, Lobster Noodles, Sarawak Kolo Mee, Dry Beef Brisket Noodles, Pork Ribs Noodles, Assam Laksa, and Prawn Mee.

    The Noodle Bar is helmed by two experienced chefs – Woo Chee Choy and Chan Cheong Loong, who have 18 and 15 years of experience respectively in Chinese cuisine.

    The 24-hour, self-service outlet has a seating capacity of 158.

    Level 3, SkyCasino

    Chinese cuisine (non-halal)

    Love Hong Kong "cha chaan teng" style of Cantonese cuisine? At Peace Cafe, located at Level 3 of SkyCasino, you will be spoilt for choice.
    From Luncheon Meat and Spiced Pork Cubes Rice Vermicelli Soup to Baked Pork Chop Rice with Cheese and Tomato Sauce, Chef Chan Ngai Wang and Chef Liew Ping Keong will ensure you have an authentic "cha chaan teng" experience.

    Other must-order favourites include Stir-fried Beef and Rice Noodles with Swiss Sauce, Hong Kong-style Bo Lo Bun and of course, Milk Tea.

    The 150-seat eatery, which is set to be a favourite among guests to the resort, opens from 7am to 11pm.

    Level 3, SkyCasino

    Hong Kong-style cuisine (non-halal)