Macau, the only place in China where gambling is legal, has been trying to shake off its less than wholesome image.
Located one hour away from Hong Kong by ferry, the mainstay of Macau's casino business comes from mainland Chinese gamblers.
Revenues have fallen 15 months straight, due in large part to Chinese President Xi Jinping's crackdown on corruption.
The government has been devoting a lot more resources into developing non-gambling attractions in Macau like shows, dining, and rides.
Calling cards litter the ground outside a casino. Despite the rebranding efforts, unsavory incidents continue to emerge.
In January, Alan Ho, nephew of gambling tycoon Stanley Ho, was arrested at Hotel Lisboa and put in jail for running a prostitution ring that involved over 2,000 women.
In September, a casino junket which operates the high-stakes rooms at Wynn Macau said it'd been the victim of a multimillion dollar heist.