Southeast Asia's first four-dimensional (4D) theater, 4D Magix, made its debut in Singapore's island resort Sentosa, according to Channel News Asia report on Thursday.
This edge-cutting splash worth 3.5 million Singapore dollars (US$2.1 million) is furnished with special seats, which come equipped with in-built speakers, seat vibration, leg ticklers and water features to guarantee the audience a live and vivid experience.
With special glasses on, visitors may be drawn to follow every twist and turn in the plot of a 15-minute fully-automated show, which will cost them 16 Singapore dollars (US$10) per adult or 9.5 Singapore dollars (US$5.8) per child aged 4 to 12.
The new 4D theater lists among Sentosa's masterplan, which expects to receive 8 million tourists by 2010, up from 5 million in 2005.
(Xinhua News Agency January 6, 2006)