The Clark Freeport Zone of Luzon located in the Philippines is about to become home to six new gambling facilities after the soft launch of new gaming operations which will take place within the D’Heights Resort and Casino. According to one report made by a local newspaper, this new gambling facility has been opened by prominent Dong Huang Clark Corporation at a massive cost of $250 million.
The same report also stated that this casino will initially feature more than five hundred and fifty slot games, around fifty gaming tables in addition to the D’Heights Club junket area and high-roller VIP area. In fact, this initial allocation is expected to be enriched with more than one hundred additional table games which will be introduced in October when the facility will start welcoming guests to its Hyatt Regency and Hilton hotels.
Clark Freeport Zone Forming the Hub for Gaming Industry
The Clark Freeport Zone of the Philippines which will become home to six new gambling facilities has always been the hub for all sorts of businesses, industries such as tourism, education, aviation, fitness, leisure and gaming, and entertainment centers especially in its central area of Luzon. When it comes to Central Luzon, it is an administrative region of the country which includes the seven provinces of the Luzon island which is the Philippines’ biggest island.
The area contains the biggest plains in the country, so it naturally produces the Philippines’ biggest rice supplies. For this reason, this area is commonly known as Rice Granary. The area is located north of the country’s capital city Manilla. It borders Cagayan Valley and Ilocos on the north side, Manilla Bay on the south side, the South China Sea on the west side and the Philippine Sea on the east side.
Throughout its existence with these current borders, the area of Central Luzon has served as one of the major country’s cultural, industrial as well as political centers especially its bigger cities such as Meycauayan, Malolos, Belanga located in Bataan, Palayan, Gaspan, Cabanatuan, and Tarlac. Aside from being the country’s biggest rice supplier, this area is also known for its entertainment and gaming facilities which attract customers from all over the country who tend to come on a regular basis.
All Sorts of Additional Amenities
The newspaper which revealed details about the new gambling facility also cited the D’Heights Resort and Casino company’s Business Development Manager Albert Pascual who reportedly said that the massive 763-acre developmental area will also include all sorts of additional amenities such as a massive indoor water park. Other amenities which will be included the Monterey’s Lake seven-tower attraction which will feature restaurants, a thirty-six-hole golf course, a number of duty-free shops, one international school and much more.
It should be noted that this area where the gaming and entertainment venue will be opened was one home to one of the biggest US Air Force bases which were located around fifty miles from the country’s capital city Manilla. Aside from all kinds of industries and businesses, this area which has always been business-friendly already serves as home to a number of gaming and entertainment facilities such as the Widus Hotel and Casino Clark, the Royce Hotel and Casino, the Casino Filipino Mimosa, the Midori Clark Hotel and Casino and the Casablanca Casino.