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Melco Magic at The City of Dreams

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The Camp Quality children had the good fortune of being invited back to the City of Dreams for a special two- day Macau camping experience especially arranged for them by Melco on April 13th 2013.

Upon arrival to Macau, we went to explore some of the more popular tourist sites such as the Ruins of St. Paul, Mount Fortress and Senado Square, the children also visited the Macau Science Centre which offered an interesting array of interactive exhibits to entice and cultivate their interest in Science.

The group proceeded straight over to the new Sands at Cotai Central Complex after lunch. The children were special guests of the Sheraton Macau hotel and it was here that the children were definitely spoilt! They were given the opportunity to experience a unique integrated resort with an amazing array of child friendly entertainment and recreational activities, Tarzan and his Lion friend came out to greet the children as they got off the buses, bringing along other cute mascots to the delight of the children. At lobby, a group of Polynesian dancers welcomed the Camp Quality group with a traditional Polynesian dance in rhythm with the beat of a drum and got the children doing some moves too!

After a quick briefing and check in, we had to leave the Sheraton and headed over to our final destination, appropriately named City of Dreams. Here the children were given the opportunity to watch “– The House of the Dancing Water” a pretty impressive and dazzling water extravaganza by Franco Dragone. The combination of the divers, motorbike stunt riders, gymnasts and dancing provided a mind-blowing experience for everyone and had the kids on the edge of their seats in some parts! Everyone agreed it was one of the best shows in town and the children seemed to thoroughly enjoy it!

After the show, the group was then treated to a VIP viewing of the renowned “Dragon’s Treasure” at the Bubble. Inside the Bubble Dome, this multi-media attraction transported everyone to the Kingdom of the Dragon Kings and ancient Chinese mythology with explosive visuals and sound effects.

We were then escorted to dinner which was arranged for us at their famed Cantonese restaurant, Treasure Palace, just opposite from The Bubble Dome. The food and service was first class and the tea performance put on to entertain the children and volunteers were just as incredible too.

Next morning, after breakfast the children, headed over back to Hark Rock’s “Kids City” – this was the highlight for many of our young campers as Kids City was one of the largest child-friendly venues currently in Macau with four zones for the children to explore, interact and have fun . This was superb fun for the kids, with many didn’t want to leave!

The camp was a great success and we hope to be invited back again in the not so distant future!

Lastly, On behalf of the children, we would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to Melco and Mr. Lawrence Ho for his continued support and sponsorship of this memorable Macau camping experience. Camp Quality could not do what it does without the generous support of such a caring company.

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