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It's no secret that Chinese tourists can't get enough of Vegas. They mean big business to the city's casinos and resorts, so it's little surprise that Chinese New Year gets a lot of attention in that desert town.
In fact, a lot of Vegas' high-roller suites are designed with the help of Feng Shui specialists to appeal to Asian gamblers, according to Vegas.com. And did you know the Wynn Las Vegas doesn't include floors 40-49 because 4 is considered unlucky in Chinese culture?
Vegas.com has pulled together a few of the Chinese New Year events happening in Vegas for the celebration, which kicks off Feb. 7 and lasts more than two weeks.
Here's a sampling:
From Jan. 13-March 15, the Bellagio Conservatory is featuring a sculpted topiary in honor of the Year of the Rat and other cool attractions.
Feb. 9-10 is the Chinese New Year Mini Baccarat Tournament at the Las Vegas Hilton, which will host a traditional Dragon Dance too.
The Venetian will host a free public Eye Ceremony and Dragon Dance on Feb. 7 at 3 p.m. and Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. in the lobby.
Find more at Vegas.com.