Las Vegas Sands Corp. own and operate integrated resorts in Asia and the United States. It is the global developers of destination properties, unlike the other hotels on the Las Vegas Strip and offers the array of high-end amenities and integrated them under one roof to provide the ultimate guest experience. From sumptuous suites to plush meeting rooms, celebrity status night clubs, intimate lounges, headliner and resident shows, upscale gaming, ultra-relaxing spa services, a wide range of retail shops and award-winning cuisine. The company principal operating and developmental activities are geographically classified into three areas: Macau, Singapore and United States. In Macau, the company's operating segments are: The Venetian Macau; Four Seasons Macau; Sands Macau; Sands Cotai Central; and Other Asia. In Singapore, their operating segment is Marina Bay Sands. In the U.S., operating segments are: The Venetian Las Vegas, which includes the Sands Expo Center; The Palazzo; and Sands Bethlehem. Las Vegas Sands was founded by Sheldon G. Adelson in August 2004 and is headquartered in Las Vegas, NV. New York-based VICI Properties acquired assets associated with the Venetian Resort Las Vegas and the expo for $4 billion in February 2022. Apollo Global Management bought Venetian operations for $2.25 billion.