Raising some 130 meters high between Studio City’s stunning, Art Deco-inspired twin hotel towers, this world’s first and highest figure-8 Ferris wheel has become an iconic landmark of Macau.
Batman Dark Flight
In collaboration with Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment, ‘Batman Dark Flight’ is the world’s first flight simulation ride based on the ‘Batman’ intellectual property franchise. This immersive ‘flying theater’ 4D motion ride provides thrill-seekers with a dynamic flying experience based on an action-packed, digitally animated Batman storyline. Fly through Gotham City, following Batman around the city as he brings some of the most notable Super-Villains from his Rogue’s Gallery to justice.
Warner Bros. Fun Zone
The 40,000-square-foot fun-filled indoor play center is packed with rides and interactive fun zones themed around your favorite characters from Warner Bros.’ DC Comics, Hanna-Barbera Productions and Looney Tunes entertainment franchises in a secure child concierge environment. Kids can enjoy an unforgettable, immersive play experience with characters including Bugs Bunny, Tweety Pie, Sylvester, Taz and Daffy Duck.
Studio City Event Center
A 5,000-seat multi-purpose entertainment center, with state-of-the-art infrastructure, designed to host exciting live concerts, theatrical productions, top sporting events, award shows and other special showcase events. The center is managed by Spectra by Comcast-Spectacor, one of the world’s largest sports and entertainment companies.
The only TV Studio facility in Macau to provide open access ‘plug in and play’ facilities to create a fully operational television recording and broadcast studio. Studio 8 is a state-of-the-art studio facility with the necessary infrastructure to support portable specialist equipment required for world-class TV production.
One of the world’s biggest names in nightclubs with venues in numerous major cities, including Ibiza, New York, Buenos Aires and Sydney, Pacha Macau brings Ibiza-style nightlife to Greater China for the very first time and electrifies Macau’s burgeoning club scene.