Sexy dancers clad in bikini tops shaped like 3-D lollipops.
Larger-than-life acrobats on stilts.
Spectacular laser light shows.
A sea of nocturnal revellers dressed in white amid pulsating electronic dance music.
Welcome to the Sensation party in Seoul.
Held on Nov 30 at indoor exhibition centre Kintex in Ilsan, Seoul, the eighthour Heineken Presents Sensation Asia (Seoul) event attracted over 20,000 partygoers who ran the gamut from tourists to locals in their 20s to 40s.
The phenomenal global dance festival, which originated in Amsterdam in 2000, made its way to 16 countries last year, including Poland, Spain, America.
It made its debut in Asia last year, with Heineken as its presenting partner in South Korea, Thailand and Taiwan.
Mr Bas Meijer, director of Dutch entertainment enterprise ID&T which organises Sensation worldwide, said "Because of the enormous growth in popularity of electronic music world wide, we are able to expand our global outline in 2012, especially our step into Asia, which is a totally new territory for Sensation, and it is a very important one for our worldwide expansion."
Each year, the party boasts a strong line-up of DJs who start at 9pm and keep the clubbers going till 4am.