Did you know?

  • The Mirror Tent is an architectural masterpiece constructed without the use of a single nail.
  • Mirror Tents were popular in the Netherlands and Belgium around the end of the 19th century and later at music and theatre festivals in the seventies.
  • The Mirror Tent gets its name from the 1,500 mirrors within it that are being polished on a daily basis.
  • 35 containers offer space for a fully equipped professional kitchen, storage and restroom facilities
  • Every single day, about 80 employees ensure the smooth operation of The Crystal Mirror's mirror tent: 35 service staff, 12 - 15 chefs, 3 dishwashers, 1 F&B director, 1 arts director, 2 prop masters, 1 music director, 5 musicians, 15 actors, acrobats and artists, 1 technical director, 3 call centre employees, 2 clerks, 1 sound technician, 1 tailor, 1 electrician, 1 janitor and 1 event director.
  • 2,500 glasses, 2,000 plates and 1,600 sets of cutlery are used per event.
  • More than 100 kilograms of table linen are laundered daily.
  • The Crystal Mirror's performing artistes represent more than 10 nationalities. They come from all over the world including Russia, Israel, Poland, Austria, Germany, the United States and Brazil.
  • All the performers selected for The Crystal Mirror are world class performers who have performed at the best venues in Europe and internationally. Many of them are multiple awards winners in their specific disciplines, and have been invited to perform for royalty and at world-class venues such as Madison Square Garden and London's West End.
  • A pair of acclaimed chefs, Franck Mischler from France (awarded Young Chef of the Year Champerard-Badoit 2004 and currently Chef de Cuisine of the Auberge du Cheval Blanc, a two star Michelin restaurant) and Chef Alfred Holzfiend (Chef de Cuisine at the Grand Hotel Panhans, a 150-year-old luxury 2 Gault Millau Hats hotel in Austria), will present an exquisite continental gourmet menu with Viennese and Parisian influences.
  • The goose liver pâté served to guests is a traditional Austrian family recipe of producer and promoter Gerhard Lanyi's mother.
  • A selection of exclusive, rare wines is available for guests. These include about 100 international wines and more than 20 different spirits - some imported from Portugal, Austria and Australia - including special schnapps from Austria and a special The Crystal Mirror brew by Asia Pacific Breweries.
  • The champagne bar will serve more than 10,000 glasses to guests.
  • No attention to detail is spared at The Crystal Mirror - the F&B Director is in charge of ensuring the exact alignment of tableware each evening.