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Dragon's Treasure

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City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo,Cotai, Macau China
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Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴 wrote a review Aug 2019
Macau, China2,248 contributions401 helpful votes
Not to be confused with the free Dragon of Fortune show at Wynn Macau. The Dragon's Treasure show was a multimedia attraction (MOP50 per person) at the City of Dreams (COD) on the Cotai Strip that was discontinued in summer of 2015 prior to the major property renovations. The show was held in a speciality theatre called the Bubble Room, which no longer exists as well. Basically, this was 360-degree LED projected show of dragons, flying around in daring fashion set to exciting and dramatic music. The show lasted around 15 minutes in length. Dragon's Treasure Show was shelved due to declining interest and COD's interest to upgrade its image, a similar reason they moved on from the Vquarium LED screen of mermaids and aquatic life a year or two later.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Jean Lee wrote a review Jun 2017
Seremban, Malaysia109 contributions24 helpful votes
I went to the City of Dreams just to watch this show. Unfortunately this show has been discontinue & no longer show. The only Show available in the City Of Dreams is The Dancing water house.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Ivy W wrote a review Nov 2016
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I have been here with my mother for watching Dragon’s Treasure in City of Dream. There were a lot of people lined up for watching it. Before I came in, I deemed it should be a great experience. But later, I didn’t think so. I thought it was boring while I was watching it. There were several fake dragons and money was flying on the screen and water was falling from the top of special device. And the sound was very loudly that made me felt uncomfortable and uneasy. So, this is reason why I didn’t like the place and it was not worth for us to spend our time to watch it. Actually, you can try to watch it as well if you are interested in it. Yet, if your body can’t accept the environment that is loud sound and quick rhythm, I suggest you don’t go to watch it in order to your body.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Sherry1024 wrote a review Apr 2016
Macau, China15 contributions7 helpful votes
I were pleasantly surprised after watched the Dragon's Treasure show at the Bubble in the City of Dreams. It's a short show and you can easily fit it in your itinerary. But you will be looking at the dome ceiling the entire time - dragons and marine creatures will circle the dome and if you follow them with your eyes, you'll probably get dizzy. The huge jellyfish is a nice touch and the waterfall that takes on many shapes is quite cool during the performance. Guests will walk in into the circular theatre with a water fountain in the middle of the stage. The overall impression is just like you're walking into an aquarium and some lanterns shaped like jellyfishes greeted you from the ceiling. Guest will be standing along the railing surrounded the theatre. The exit leads back to The Boulevard shopping complex and the casino entrance. Gift shop is available to the right of the exit. A worthy performance.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Lewis L wrote a review Mar 2016
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia35 contributions11 helpful votes
I simply enjoy and likes the show. If I have been asked to watch one show in Macau, this is the only show that I recommend. The crowd is huge, so you have to drop by as early as possible before the show starts. You walk into the dome and you watch the show inside the dome.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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