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Malaysia’s Zouk Nightclub, Fuhu Restaurant, and RedTail Bar Head to Resorts World

The Zouk complex will join Urban Food Street and more

The dance floor at the world famous Zouk Singapore nightclub.
Zouk Singapore
Zouk Singapore/Facebook

One of the world’s most famous nightclub brands is headed for the $4.3 billion Resorts World project, still pushing for a summer 2021 debut on the north Strip.

Andrew Li, CEO of Zouk Group, first hinted last October during an interview with Augustman magazine that the Singapore-born Zouk nightclub planned to open at Resorts World, and newly filed paperwork confirms the trailblazing club will become the entertainment anchor for a huge collection of amenities that Li ultimately hoped would include a beach club, bars, a restaurant, and an Asian food street.

Proving some of that vision is already on the way to Las Vegas Boulevard, the under construction, Asian-themed, Urban Food Street dining experience was uncovered earlier this year and new filings indicate it will join the first U.S. expansions for the RedTail bar and Fuhu, the self-described “vibe dining restaurant” at Malaysia’s Resorts World Genting.

The ornate entrance to contemporary Chinese restaurant Fuhu in Singapore.
Fuhu/Official Site

Overseen by “Demon Chef” Alvin Leung and named after the Mandarin word for “lucky tiger,” the original 5,000-square-foot Fuhu seats 150 inside a high-end shopping mall and serves a contemporary Chinese cuisine menu, including the Fuhu roasted duck with truffle morel sauce, Boston lobster noodle, duck essence porridge, and a cocktail menu prepared in unique glassware for each drink.

The “millennial magnet” casual bar scene at RedTail Genting. Malaysia.
RedTail Genting
RedTail Genting/Official Site

Inspired by the red tail panda and also located with Genting’s mammoth hilltop resort, RedTail pitches itself as a “casual pre-game spot” and “a millennial magnet” featuring its own cocktail creations, shared contemporary Asian bites, plus beer pong, Jenga, and video games, all accompanied by a soundtrack curated by Zouk DJs.

Yet to share details of the size or design, Zouk will become the Las Vegas resort’s nightlife focal point, building on its almost three-decade dominance as a state-of-the-art destination in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Malaysia, promised by Li to be on track for “one of the biggest openings in a decade for Vegas.”

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