The Chinese New Year celebration at Zoobic Safari Subic Bay Freeport Zone concluded successfully yesterday, leaving visitors captivated by a day filled with cultural performances and memorable experiences.

On Saturday, February 10, Zoobic Safari warmly welcomed guests from various locations to partake in the festivities.

The event’s highlight was the mesmerizing performance by the renowned Philippine FeyHang Dragon & Lion Dance Group.

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Through their elaborate choreography and vibrant costumes, the group held the audience spellbound with traditional lion and dragon dances, symbolizing prosperity, good fortune, and the warding off of evil spirits.

Apart from the cultural performances, guests had the chance to participate in a special Night Safari Show, immersing themselves in the enigmatic world of nocturnal creatures.

Featuring the majestic presence of tigers and the graceful movements of zebras, the Night Safari Show offered a unique perspective on Zoobic Safari’s diverse wildlife.

“We are thrilled with the overwhelming response to our Chinese New Year celebration,” said Ms. May Gamir, Chief Operating Officer of Zoobic Safari.

“It was a joyous occasion filled with laughter, excitement, and cultural enrichment. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who joined us in commemorating this special event.”

The Chinese New Year event at Zoobic Safari was a testament to the park’s commitment to providing immersive and engaging experiences for visitors of all ages. As one of the Philippines’ premier wildlife attractions, Zoobic Safari continues to uphold its mission of conservation, education, and adventure.

For those who missed the Chinese New Year celebration, Zoobic Safari remains open year-round, offering a wide range of attractions and activities for families and nature enthusiasts alike.

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