ARIA Resort and Casino in Las Vegas has unveiled its annual Lunar New Year displays celebrating the Year of the Tiger.
A 196-foot dragon hangs from the lobby’s ceiling, weaving its way around a money tree made up of 88 golden coins symbolizing wealth and good fortune. A hand-sculpted solid chocolate, 225-pound Tiger can be found in the ARIA Patisserie display window as well.
MGM National Harbor in Maryland is also celebrating the Lunar New Year. The resort unveiled its new conservatory exhibit this past week, which features a 30-foot tall, bamboo forest. It’s on display through March 12. MGM National Harbor’s Conservatory is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Admission is free.