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NagaWorld’s Sunday Brunch offers family fun!

Lots of fun activities for kids.

Everybody loves brunch because it is the fusion of two of our favourite meals of the day. On March 3, NagaWorld launches its new Super Sunday Brunch at 2Pangea restaurant, where a lavish all you-can-eat buffet and lots of child-friendly activities await.

Available every Sunday between 11:30am and 3:30pm, the Super Sunday Brunch is priced at just $19.99 for adults, $14 for children under 12 – children younger than 5 can eat for free!

Indulge in the freshest seafood, juicy meat carvings, assorted homemade smoked meat and fish, pizza with the chef’s special toppings, eggs made to order, a stunning selection of sushi, and other popular delectables.

2Pangea’s Super Sunday Brunch for family starts on 3 March, 11:30am.

The enjoyment need not end there. Guests can witness Chefs preparing special dishes including pasta à la minute at live cooking stations, and there is the Chef’s parade that features a signature dish each week composed right before your eyes.

The longest buffet spread in the city also showcases a mouth-watering selection of children’s favourites, including a chocolate fountain, dozens of breads and cakes, candy floss (aka cotton candy), and liquid nitrogen ice cream.

The Super Sunday Brunch is made even more unique by the entertainment available for children. You can enjoy your leisurely meal while your young ones have fun at the face-painting corner, be amazed by the roving magician, or receive balloon art sculpted by a clown.

Make sure you take endearing photos with our robots, which also appear all across the resort.

Apart from Super Sunday Brunch, you can also opt for 2Pangea’s great value-for-money dinner buffet, daily from 5:30pm. Every second diner pays just $8 for the feast. The restaurant also offers a dessert buffet for $12 per person.

Feel free to maximise your time spent at NagaWorld because indoor car parking at Naga2 is free of charge for 2Pangea diners.

Final call for LOVE – dance musical at NABA Theatre. Last show on 3 March, 8pm.

Dining options are not the only perks at NagaWorld. With over 200 luxury brands available at duty-free prices, you are guaranteed to have a pleasurable stroll with the family along NagaCity Walk. You can also catch the free Kingdom of Wonder Highlight Show that begins at 5pm daily at NagaWorld Lobby Stage, featuring cultural performances of Cambodia’s Apsara dancing and traditional music, as well as some enchanting choreographed routines from international talents.

End your day at NagaWorld by heading over to NABA Theatre at Naga2 to see LOVE, a contemporary dance musical playing from 8pm, Thursday through Sunday until March 3.

Follow the heart-warming love story of charismatic singer Justin and gorgeous dancer Cherry. The show delights the senses with the performances of international chart-toppers, and brilliant choreography combined with astounding illuminations in Cambodia’s first 3D video mapping theatre.

It’s perfect for the whole family, and tickets for this 45-minute show are free.

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