- By kevin
- On May 15, 2018
- North America
- Travel Tips
Las Vegas, can provide any kind of vacation you can imagine. This is a city where inhibitions are not welcome: Every night, Las Vegas draws pleasuremongers to the brightly lit Strip like moths to a flame. Best things to do in Las Vegas which suit for family with kids as below which may be useful for you. And you can book the Los Angeles Las Vegas tour on the Globerouter.com website.
Best Things To Do In Las Vegas which suit for family with kids
High Roller Observation Wheel
For a unique, bird's-eye view of the Strip, take a ride on the High Roller at The LINQ. Standing 550 feet tall and 520 feet in diameter, the observation wheel is the tallest in the world (beating out the London Eye and the Singapore Flyer). The massive Ferris wheel features 28 handcrafted pods made out of Italian glass that can hold up to 40 people each. A trip around the observation wheel takes about 30 minutes, and recent guests say it's a great place for a photo op of the nearby casinos and attractions.
Adults can also opt for a ride within the Happy Half Hour pod that includes a complimentary open bar during your trip around the wheel. Recent visitors said the High Roller is also suitable for families with little ones, but concede that the Ferris wheel might be a bit boring when compared to the other amusement rides and roller coasters found on the Strip.
Prices vary depending on the time of day (night rides cost about $10 more) but you can save by buying your ticket online beforehand. Day tickets start at $25 for adults and $10 for kids; night rides cost $37 for adults and $19 for kids. Rides are available from 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. every day, with happy hour pods starting at noon and running until 1 a.m. Adults will have to pay extra for a ride in the Happy Half Hour pod. You'll find the High Roller observation wheel located at the LINQ Hotel & Casino across the street from Caesars Palace.
Mandalay Bay Casino, Aquarium and Beach
Sure, this towering gold building at the southern end of the Strip boasts all the slots, poker and game tables you want in a Sin City venue, not to mention a variety of restaurants and nightlife venues. (Plus, it's home to the House of Blues Music Hall and plays host to "Michael Jackson ONE," Cirque du Soleil's tribute to the 80s pop icon.) But Mandalay Bay doesn't exude the same level of kitsch found at other casinos along Las Vegas Boulevard – a major selling point for more laid-back travelers. In fact, this is the place you go if you're looking for an escape.
One of the major highlights of Mandalay Bay is its man-made beach: 2,700 tons of sand and a 1.6 million gallon wave pool create an oceanside atmosphere in the middle of the Nevada desert. You can kick off your shoes and work on your tan in one of the rentable cabanas; those looking to avoid bikini tan lines can ditch the top at the Moorea Beach Club.
Meanwhile, a variety of pools and a lazy river are appropriate cooling-off venues for the kiddos, while the summertime Beach Concert Series is fun for the whole family. Unless you're a guest at the Mandalay Bay or THEHotel at Mandalay Bay, you will have to rent a cabana in order to access the pool and beach areas – prices vary by day and occupancy levels.
Speaking of families, no trip to Mandalay Bay is complete without a trip to the Shark Reef. The massive aquarium houses more than 2,000 animals, including stingrays, sea turtles, crocodiles and, of course, sharks. General admission is $25 for adults and $19 for children ages 4 to 12 (children ages 3 and younger can enter for free). Discounts are available for senior citizens and Nevada residents.