This place was nice. They had really great variety of dishes and the food tasted very fresh. The soups were very hearty and some proportions were pretty big. I recommend the steam buns and dumplings! It's a bit pricey but worth the money. The environment is nice too, only down side was that the staff weren't too attentive and we had to call for the bill, but the food is great!
Great little place. The preying mantis of course is always a sight to behold, plus inside it has a gated playground and a music stage and lawn seating in the back. If you want the full experience have a big pocket of available money for the shops and restaurants. Free to enter though so if cash is tight it's still available to enjoy.
Absolutely a must when visiting Vegas. Mike “mad Dog” was our pilot and was great. He made the tour and will be back for a different tour just because of him. Cannot thank Mike enough for the experience he gave to us.
This is a beautiful and photogenic place. I think it is better than Red Rock canyon.
The Fire Wave is one of the better attractions but it's a walk from one of the parking lots on the road to white dome.
I arrived just after 4 PM and the visitor center was closed. So I did not get to the correct parking area at sunset. I was at the area for Mouses Tank which is like a slot canyon and allowed me to get close up photos of the red rock cliffs.
The trip from Vegas takes about 1 hr 15 min so plan to get there by 3 PM and get to the visitor center before 4 PM. Take lots of water and food. There are no restaurants in the area.
Love it. Great service and lots of TVs
Fun way to spend some time in Las Vegas. It is located inside of Mandalay Bay's Convention Center. They let us in on a schedule of 30 minute intervals, so factor that in. The tickets cost 29 dollars. Upon entering the attraction we encountered a komodo dragon. It was unexpected for a shark reef but very interesting. Walking through the tunnels is an interesting view of the marine life. There is a high concentration of exotic sea life is impressive and seeing them from this garage point was both unique and enjoyable.
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