Nepal casino, near inauguration

Nepal’s Tiger Palace Bhairahawa casino will celebrate the inauguration day by the end of September.

Nepal.- Casino operator Silver Heritage Group will inaugurate soon its already popular gaming salon in Nepal, Tiger Palace Bhairahawa. According to the company’s official statement, the highly expected casino will open its doors by the end of September. However, the casino would still be in a soft opening period.

“Co-founders Mike Bolsover and Tim Shepherd, together with local partners, members of the development, operations and pre-opening teams, and contractors were officially the first guests of the hotel last week, on September 11, 2017, as part of the final defect rectification, testing and pre-opening phase,” wrote the company in an ASX announcement on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the casino operations team have also begun their on-site training at Tiger Palace, as the resort booked its first paying hotel guests on Wednesday. Silver Heritage also revealed that the casino will be completely open by November 30, 2017, after a bigger inaugurating ceremony.

According to AGBrief, over the weekend, a number of staff also moved into the property, including project director Adam Titus and his project managers, quantity surveyor and accounts team, as well as the executive general manager of Tiger Palace Resort Paul Simmons and his senior operations management team.

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