MGM Macau is presenting a new underwater experience with thousands of fish swerving into the visitor’s horizon. The exhibition’s (“Discover the Wonders of MGM Aurora”) opening ceremony will be held on Wednesday at MGM’s Grande Praça.

The Water-sky Aquarium, with a coral palace overhead making up the backbone of this underwater "Water Aurora” realm, offers a 360-degree view that allows guests to watch the shadow-like movement of the array of fish. It is equipped with LED lights that can change color, producing a range of moods and dramatic aurora-like effects as day moves into night.

The Water-sky Aquarium, 5 meters in diameter and 8.3 meters in height, holds 160 cubic meters (160,000 liters) of water.

The exhibit includes three Blacktip Reef Sharks from the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia and schools of thousands of fish comprised of Red Emperor Snappers, Golden Trevallies and Roundface Batfish. The fish are all from Hainan province.

The exhibition aims to offer an immersive, simulated underwater experience to local residents and tourists alike. The opening event also includes an ocean-themed fashion show and a special performance by Hong Kong singer, Anthony Wong Yiu-Ming.
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