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Arena of Stars, Genting Highlands

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Arena of Stars is a 45,000 square feet musical amphitheater in Genting Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, built in 1998. The hall has a capacity of about 6,000 seats. It is also known for its famous World and National lion dance and dragon dance competitions. Singers and groups that have performed at Arena of Stars include Deep Purple, Boyz II Men, Michael Learns to Rock, Cliff Richard, Lionel Richie, Guang Liang, Jolin Tsai, Cyndi Wang, Rainie Yang, Angela Zhang, Olivia Newton-John, S.H.E, Joey Yung, Stefanie Sun, Vanness Wu, Wang Leehom, G.E.M, and Twins.

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  • It is a smallish concert hall so category PS-1 seats are not too far from the stage. The seats were like stadium seats but I liked the sound system and acoustic there. The hall was not as cold as...  more »
  • My first time to go to Leon Lai’s concert. Seats are ok. Toilets are not clean. I think toilets cleanliness is difficulty to be maintained.  more »
  • I watched a live concert on new year eve performed by 3 Divas, Francis Yip, Maria Cotelo and Chan(forgot her Christian name) at the arena of stars. Wonderful and it was really great.
  • It's concert/function hall. Well known singers always hold their concerts here.

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