Fantawild parks all over China celebrated the Dragon Boat Festival with themed activities, such as shows with aspects of Chinese culture, electronic music festivals, drone performances, firework shows, dragon boat races on land and more. These incredible forms of entertainment provided visitors with various fun choices to celebrate the holiday.
Have Fun on Both Land and Water during the Holiday
During the holiday,Fantawild parks prepared themed shows and folk performances, presenting visitors the charm of Chinese culture while they enjoyed the holiday.
Fantawild Oriental Heritage in the city of Wuhu put on shows such as dances with big rings, drum performances, Chinese music, dramatic performances and more. There were also other themed activities adding to the festive atmosphere.
The Park in Zhengzhou prepared a special tour to celebrate the holiday. On this tour visitors could experience the traditions and customs of the festival, such as making Zongzi(pyramid-shaped rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo or reed leaves) and perfumed pouches. Visitors also got to experience some of the traditions such as smearing a special wine on children’s foreheads and wearing five-colored braided bracelets.
The Fantawild Adventure in Tai’an held some special games, such as a 100-meter dragon boat race on land and a game of making eggs.
Fantawild water parks also provided visitors a cool experience for the June holidays with performances on water,and attractions like Wind Chasers, Boonie Bear Village, and Rainbow Slide.
Firework Show and Electronic Music Provided for Countless Memorable Nights
During the holiday, many Fantawild parks extended the opening hours to 9 p.m. Visitors could not only have fun during the day, at night they could watch night shows and join music festivals.
The Park in Mianyang held “Starry Sky Festival”. More than a hundred drones put on spectacular displays to celebrate the holiday. This spectacle along with fireworks made for an incredible show.
The Park in Xiamen held a series of activities with Chinese elements, such as dances with traditional costumes and performances presenting the prosperity of the Tang Dynasty.
The newly opened Fantawild park in Ganzhou held themed night activities. Performances matching the theme of the park were displayed on Shanghai Street to bring visitors “back in time” to the early twentieth century.
The Park in Datong held a “Fantawild Electronic Music Festival” for those recently graduated from school. The Fantawild Dreamland in Wuhu invited members of a famous band to put on a performance for young visitors during the summer nights.
Visitors could celebrate the holiday in Fantawild and experience some Chinese culture for the occasion. It was an ideal choice for families to have some fun.