At the heart of MGM COTAI awaits an immersive multi-sensory experience that uses innovative technology and living artistry to showcase unparalleled natural wonders. The space breathes with life beneath an expansive glass canopy, continually evolving, growing, and responding to changes such as direct visitor interaction, weather, time of day, or season; the result is an indescribably captivating experience that you’ll have to see to believe.
Within the Spectacle, the world’s largest area of permanent indoor LED screens showcase an exclusive array of digital art collected from around the globe, setting a platform for world renowned artists and National Geographic photographers such as Joel Sartore, Magda Indigo, Garth Williams, Rob Kesseler and Wolfgang Stuppy to reveal the beauty of the world. Several UNESCO World Heritage Sites of China are on display, bringing the world to China and China to the world. This combination of nature, art, music, language, and culture inspires guests to perceive the world around them in an enlightened way.
MGM’s immersive, multisensory experience is the result of months spent capturing natural wonders with the latest technology. Over seven hours of exclusive footage was produced in creative concept that combines innovation with artistry to create unparalleled large-scale experiences.
The Spectacle’s indoor garden, Nature’s Art, holds over 2,000 species of over 100,000 plants native to Macau, Mainland China, and 18 other countries. The value of all plants is embraced, regardless of rarity or prevalence. Extinct species were even brought back to life with the aid of seed banks based in Hong Kong and Europe.
The interior landscapes, like the natural landscapes that inspired them, evolve over time; perpetually changing textures, colors, and scents allow these engaging works of art to inspire anew. Through the deliberate use of botany, horticulture, and design, Nature’s Art will take you on a journey of history, culture, and art.
Designed by Mingzhu Nerval, magnificent scenery unfolds in each direction of Nature’s Art; by exploring the biodiversity of North, South, East, and West, we open windows to other worlds.