Who’s ready to party it up 6,000 feet above sea level?

Resorts World Genting is set to launch Zouk Genting on December 31st with an epic New Year’s Eve party you won’t forget.

Comprising of 2 clubs, 3 entertainment establishments and a restaurant, the brand new club can house up to 1,500 guests in total.

Equal in size to Zouk Singapore, which also has an 8,000 square feet space, the space will be a showcase for urban art too.

In fact, the space is decorated by talented artists all across the Southeast Asian region, and it will include a series of neon graffiti-inspired murals featuring Zouk’s mascots.

Where Zouk Singapore has hosted the likes of EDM powerhouses like Tiesto, Armin Van Bueren, Marshmello, Zedd and Hardwell, Zouk Genting is set to do the same, starting with Zouk Singapore’s very own DJ Che Molly.

Set to be more than just a dance floor, the Zouk Genting stage will showcase live performances and acrobatic aerialists while accompanied by the state-of-the-art The Void sound system.

Zouk Genting is open from 11pm-5am on Fridays-Saturdays with its first party ever this New Year’s Eve.

Question is, are you ready to let loose?

Image Credit: Zouk Genting

[GIVEAWAY]

DiscoverKL has partnered with Zouk Genting to give away 5 pairs of tickets to 5 lucky winners. Winners will be among the first few to party it up at Zouk Genting on New Year’s Eve 2018. All you’ll have to do is:

1. Like the DiscoverKL Facebook page.

2. Tag a friend that you’d like to bring along with you to the NYE party at Zouk Genting.

3. Share this article with the caption #DKLxZoukGenting and tell us why you should be one of the lucky winners.

* Winners will be announced on the DiscoverKL Facebook page on December 27, 2018.

* Winners will earn an entry ticket (worth RM50) and one complimentary drink.

Feature Image Credit: Zouk Genting

 
 
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