The Chinese New Year Celebration at Hawai Waterpark, This is How It Looks

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The Chinese New Year Celebration at Hawai Waterpark, This is How It Looks Lion and dragon dance stole the visitors' attention at Hawai Waterpark. (Picture by: Widodo Irianto/TIMES Indonesia)

TIMESBONTANG, MALANGHawai Waterpark celebrated the Chinese New Year (Spring Festival) by taking their visitors to try their luck with joining the lucky red envelopes hunt on tone of their attraction on Saturday (25/1/2020).

This activity was intended to build a stronger bond between the management and their visitors. Several other attraction such as the lion and dragon dance was also performed to hype up the party.

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The dance stole the visitors' attention and give them such an exotic Chinese New Year experience. The dance was believed by the Chinese could remove all bad luck and bad spirit that follow.

In addition, each of the main attraction on this area Hawai Waterpark, Museum Ganesya, Malang Smart Arena and Malang Night Paradise also hold their very own event to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

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"We have the lucky voult, Imlek Culinary, Red Foam Party, lion and dragon dance, Wing Chun performance, cooking class, photoshoot competition on this party," The GENERAL director of Hawai Group, Bambang Yudho Utomo said.

This Chinese New Year celebration was held for two days starting from Janury 25th to January 26th 2020 at Hawai Waterpark which been set all in red. (*)

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