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  • Writer's pictureKRISHNENDU KUNDU

Visit Phoenix Mall of the Millennium to see the Largest Flamingo City in India

News Desk, News Nation 360 : The largest Flamingo City in India, located at Phoenix Mall of the Millennium, is an example of how innovation, creativity, and environmental awareness can come together. With a height of 28 feet, the largest flamingo installation in India offers visitors an immersive experience that immerses them in a world of pink-hued wonder. Flamingo City, which got its name from the idea of fresh starts, is a colourful representation of hope, development, and the beauty of change. As you move through the opulent experiential mall's interiors, take in a multisensory experience with exquisitely designed décor. Magnificent vaulted ceilings and masterful use of subdued lighting combine to create an environment that perfectly captures the spirit of luxury. Flamingo City, created and imagined by Elementa Designs, is a monument to the strength of ingenuity and imagination. With the use of cutting-edge technology and a profound comprehension of the essence of summer, this unique diorama embodies the spirit of urban life and springtime renewal. The end product is an amazing show that invites viewers to delve into their own imaginations by fusing the realms of reality and fantasy. Vikram Pai (Centre Director – Phoenix Mall of the Millennium) stated that they are excited to offer their customers this unique flamingo city experience, which is designed to immerse guests in a peaceful and beautiful world. This installation represents their steadfast dedication to environmental consciousness, going beyond simple aesthetics. Flamingos are more than just decorative figures because of their eye-catching colours and elegant posture. As representatives of their delicate ecosystems, they serve as a constant reminder of the precarious balance that keeps life on Earth possible. Their goal in using this decor is to start a dialogue and increase awareness about the value of protecting these habitats. Let's unite to celebrate the wonders of nature and to reiterate their shared responsibility for it.

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