|DreamPlay by DreamWorks and City of Dreams will definitely be a must-experience|
Being a child at heart, I was so excited when I found out that City of Dreams Manila will be opening a DreamWorks entertainment center here in the Philippines. Last May 22, DreamPlay, world's first "edutainment" center is introduced by the Melco Crown Resorts Corporation. Now I'm just so excited that we can finally witness this one-of-a-kind interactive experience.
|DreamPlay hasn't opened yet, but there's too much excitement for me already!|
DreamPlay by DreamWorks is an education-based interactive entertainment concept that will be introduced when City of Dreams Manila opens later this year. When the concept was shown to us, I thought that more Filipinos doesn't need to go abroad anymore just to see their favorite DreamWorks characters like Shrek, Alex of Madagascar or Po of Kung Fu Panda. This family entertainment franchise features the DreamWorks Animation and iP2 Entertainment and combined the best elements of their works that gives children a hands-on activity and play center at the same time. It is designed for the whole family, where you can bond and have a different kind of adventure.
| Mr. James Clark, Head of Retail Development and Entertainment for Asia Pacific of DreamWorks Animation |
and Mr. Clarence Chung, Chairman and President of Melco Crown Philippines
Mr. James Clark and Mr. Clarence Chung with Alex of Madagascar
"Melco Crown Philippines is delighted to be introducing DreamWorks to the Philippines as we continue our strategy of delivering innovative leisure and entertainment offerings that enhance the leisure destination appeal of Manila," explained Clarence Chung, Chairman and President, Melco Crown (Philippines) Resorts Corporation. "Our collaboration with DreamWorks is a further illustration of our expertise in developing world-class, innovative and ground-breaking entertainment for leisure seekers both in the Philippines and internationally. The 'DreamPlay' concept delivers an education experience through spontaneous and sensory play that represents an industry first", he added.
|He's so fluffy!|
Guests can interact directly with the DreamWorks Animation characters. With their latest digital technologies, kids and adults can enjoy world-famous franchises like Kung Fu Panda, Shrek, Madagascar and How to Train Your Dragon.
|DreamWorks characters join Mr. Jorge Sarmiento, President of PAGCOR, with Mr. Clarence Chung, Chairman and President of Melco Crown Philippines; Mr. James Clark, Head of Retail Development and Entertainment for Asia Pacific of DreamWorks Animation; along with SM Group partners|
Paul Kurzawa, Head of Retail Development & Entertainment, DreamWorks Animation said: "We are very excited to work with Mr. Lawrence Ho and Melco Crown Entertainment to build something that we believe is a truly unique way for children to experience, learn and interact with the characters and worlds of DreamWorks Animation. "As a global entertainment brand, we continue to expand our footprint with immersive, year-round fan experiences and 'DreamPlay' provides a distinctive opportunity for visitors in a fun and educational setting.
|Here's what to expect in DreamPlay by DreamWorks|
|I know you're all excited for this!|
Last January 2014, City of Dreams Manila introduced Hollywood-celebrity trendsetting Nobu brand, marking the first Nobu Hotel in Asia. World's first "DreamPlay" by DreamWorks gives us another exciting reason to visit City of Dreams as it realizes its overall vision to deliver world-class and diverse innovative lifestyle and entertainment offerings, and to support the Philippine government’s strategy to broaden the appeal of the Philippines as a leading leisure destination in Asia.