What’s New in Las Vegas in 2019? ( The Linq )



Described as a “journey of transformation,” Kind Heaven will open at The LINQ promenade in November 2019. Guests take a virtual train ride to an immersive environment of sights, sounds, scents, and tastes inspired by the culture of Southeast Asia. Put your cash aside. Wristbands with Yala Coin cryptocurrency will be used to pay for goods and services, including street food inspired by Singapore, Thailand and Hong Kong. At The Dispensary, cocktails crafted with spirits and herbs are designed to match the feelings and emotions of customers. The second floor, dubbed The Forest, is a lush environment of trees and temples. The third level is The Sanctuary, inspired by the beauty and spirituality of Nepal and Bhutan. An intimate concert hall will feature rock, hip-hop, reggae, jazz, pop, EDM and rap by Asian performers. The 100,000-square-foot multistory attraction takes full advantage of Hollywood-style film and holographic special effects. The $100 million project is the brainchild of Jane’s Addiction frontman and Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell.



Those who seek an adrenaline rush during their nights out are in luck! Fly LINQ, recently announced by Caesars Entertainment, will be the Las Vegas Strip’s very first zip line. The ride will give 10 riders the chance to simultaneously fly 1,080 feet over The LINQ Promenade in either a flat or seated position. With a growing demand for short, adventurous attractions, this experience is bound to reel in guests of all ages and give them a new perspective on Las Vegas.