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World's Largest Multicolored Dancing Water Fountain Opens in Manila This Week
That’s just the tip of the iceberg for one exciting night at Okada.
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Okada Manila, the city’s most lavish resort development, prepares for a grand unveiling of its latest offering to the country’s tourism: the world’s largest multicolored dancing water fountain. The reveal, including other extraordinary performances, takes place on March 31, when Okada also plans to showcase many of its key amenities, such as its numerous luxurious hotel suites, restaurants, and retail shops.


Nestled in the heart of the vast 44-acre resort, the massive fountain makes its debut with a special number completely in sync with multicolored lights. The resort has even enlisted multi-awarded singer, songwriter, and record producer Robin Thicke to lend his musical talent for one night and perform his hit songs for the fountain to dance to.

The grandeur goes on. On top of Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach hosting the night’s festivities, a display of live acrobatic and circus performances and a recital from the 40-piece Manila Philharmonic Orchestra are expected to charm guests. 



But more than just the home of an iconic centerpiece and a display of opulence, Okada will also be the city’s largest accommodation. Guests may choose between spectacular views of the bay or the fountain and rooms come equipped with DigiValet Services, iPads, and designer amenities.


Stepping out of the hotel room takes guests to a retail row of shopping destinations and the finest dining establishments, from the culinary masterpieces of celebrated chef Hirofumi Imamura at his eponymous Japanese Kappou Imamura restaurant and masterfully prepared sushi from Ginza Nagaoka to and the rich oriental flavors of Red Spice Chinese restaurant.


The combination of this new tourism landmark, breathtaking performances, and lavish accommodations situated in an urban lifestyle hub makes this space one to watch.

To learn more about the event, visit okadamanila.com.

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