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Resorts World Manila Bayshore
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Resorts World Bayshore City, Inc
Resorts World Bayshore City, Inc
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  1. Very interesting... another Resorts World theme park and this time in the Philippines! It doesn't look like a Universal Studios park to me, though! Wonder if it'll be an unbranded experience or if they have another movie studios signed up for this. Paramount, maybe?

  2. Philipp is offline Curious Chap
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    Oct 2012
    Hoolabaloona now this is a theme park in the making!!!

  3. Philipp is offline Curious Chap
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    I asked to open this thread. The press releases don't talk about a theme park. But now take a look at this!!

  4. research007 is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Oct 2011

    Resorts World Manila, the second

    MANILA - Travellers International Hotel Group Inc. will put up a "grander" and bigger" integrated resort complex at the proposed gaming and entertainment hub in the reclaimed area along Manila Bay, Alliance Global Group Inc. said on Tuesday.

    Kingson Sian, AGI president and chief operating officer, told reporters that Travellers will spend $550 million for the development of the first phase of Resorts World Bayshore, which will have a minimum of two hotels with 800 rooms when it opens in 2016. Travellers is a joint venture between AGI and the Genting Group.

    "Resorts World Bayshore will have similar components to Resorts World Manila but on a grander scale," Sian said on the sidelines of AGI’s stockholders' meeting. The company earlier said it may invest a minimum of $1 billion in its second integrated tourism estate located in Entertainment City.

    The first phase of the project includes the development of a luxury and a five-star hotel as well as a Grand Opera House, which may double the current 1,500-seating capacity of the Newport Performing Arts Theater.

    At 31 hectares, Resorts World Bayshore will be three times the size of its counterpart in Newport City located across Terminal 3 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City. The initial phase of the project will cover the development of 16 hectares of the property.

    Sian said Resorts World Manila has seen a recovery in the arrival of Chinese visitors although it continues to feel the impact of a China travel advisory issued against the Philippines in June.

    A group led by taipan Andrew Tan is investing $550 million to complete by 2016 the first phase of Resorts World Bayshore City at the Entertainment City, a new entertainment hub that builds on the group’s success in operating the country’s first privately run gaming complex in Newport City.

    The Bayshore complex is a project of Travellers International, a partnership between Tan’s Alliance Global Group Inc. (AGI) and Genting Hong Kong Ltd. It will be the last to open among the four licensees of the state-owned Philppine Amusement and Gaming Corp. in the Entertainment City but this could be an opportunity to top all earlier constructed facilities in the area, AGI president Kingson Sian said in a briefing after AGI’s stockholders’ meeting on Tuesday.

    Sian said the master plan for Bayshore has been completed and it would feature two hotels—a luxury hotel and a five-star hotel offering a total of 800 rooms, a 3,000-seater grand opera house, a shopping mall, residential towers and a gaming area that would be double the size of Travellers’ existing facility in Newport City across from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3.

    At 31 hectares, the Bayshore gaming complex is more than double the pioneering Resorts World Manila in Newport City (12 hectares) and will comprise about a third of the 90-hectare Pagcor City. The first phase of Bayshore development would occupy about 16 hectares, Sian said.

    Beyond the first phase that will be completed by 2016, Bayshore is envisioned to be a themed tourism estate with about 3,500 hotel rooms alongside leisure, retail, gaming and entertainment facilities. Total project cost is $1.1 billion.

    Tan told stockholders that Bayshore was “poised to be another world-class venue for entertainment and recreation.” The project is seen to not only promote local and international tourism but also significantly contribute to the country’s economic development by creating more than 100,000 direct and indirect jobs.

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    Resorts World Manila Bayshore

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