CUBIC Club Macau Grand Opening of CUBIC in Macau

[30/03/11] 

Macau’s a binary place where fortunes escalate wildly, making the difference in mood between the ferry ride over and the ferry ride back wonderfully stark. Men trudge onto the return boat to pass out angrily, wondering why on earth they went in the first place – and how much they would have preferred to have taken a holiday rather than spunked all their cash on blackjack.

But if you don’t get on the ferry with your head in your hands - if you actually go out and make some dollar - you’re bound to have a good session buying drinks for people you don’t even know with all the ‘free money’ that’s fallen into your lap. Happily, this kind of soiree is only going to get better from tonight onwards with the grand re-opening of CUBIC in its new home in the City of Dreams.

At 30,000 square feet it’s a massive space that can fit a cargo ship or a few thousand ecstatic revelers. Over HK$100 million has been pumped into the club so the speakers can get incredibly krunky. What's more, if you can make it along to the grand opening tonight, you’ll see stars aplenty and be treated to Flo Rida himself. Which depends on your idea of a treat, really…

Don't be a square.


CUBIC
Location: Suite 2105-02, The Boulevard, City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau
Tel: 6638 4999
Website: www.cubic-cod.com


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