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Marina Bay Sands
Singapore isn't necessarily synonymous with Vegas. The city state is more sterile than high stakes. Nonetheless, the Las Vegas Sands Corp. is set to fling open the doors to an ambitious, $5.5 billion casino/convention complex later this year. Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson describes the jaw-dropping design, by Moshe Safdie, as "a catalyst for the economic future of Singapore," not to mention the hoped-for salvation of his struggling company. Three 50-story hotel towers are linked by a two acre Sky Park. As of January 2010, the final piece of the steel roof structure had been lowered into place, with an Apr. 27 opening in the cards.