So just finished playing a session at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, and wanted to give my 2 cents on tipping at different casinos around the world. In Macau, tipping is allowed by most patrons don't do it. Dealers do not expect tips and usually have a bad attitude anyways, with or without tips. In Singapore the attitude is much better, but the situation on tipping is the same . They are very surprised to get a tip and even more surprised if you bet for them. The dealers usually are a bit friendlier in Singapore as compared to Macau, but still not as friendly as most good US dealers. In Australia tipping is not allowed for table dealers, dealers are generally friendly but they won't pretend to root for you to win. All in all the US system is still the best, you get dealers rooting for you to win so you can tip them. However, I realized I save a lot of money in these other casinos with minimal tipping at the tables because it is so not expected by the dealers here. In Australia since it is not allowed at all it might be even better.