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Power of Three at Paradizoo

The “Power of Three” at Paradizoo is a floral, vegetable and livestock festival that exhibits farm produce, orchids, bonsai, veggies and livestock from January 9 to March 31!

Power of Three at Paradizoo
Power of Three at Paradizoo

Within this festival springs a Flower Festival, highlights beautiful floral designs, orchids and flower arrangement, the opening of Bonsai at Eclectic Garden and a Seminar with Atish. This is from January 16 to February 6.

On February 6, there will be a talk on Agriculture and Sustainability by Senator Cynthia Villar.

A Pre-Valentine’s Day Special Event that is set to bring lots of surprises is also not to be missed on February 13.

Animals are certainly involved in this nature festival. Expect interesting programs on rabbit breeding and egg production, and catch the grand animal parade, all on March 26.

This event is certainly worth the experience for everyone.

Paradizoo, in Mendez, Cavite, is an enchanting theme park that is blooming with an abundance of flora and fauna. It is a place that is suited for picnics, educational field trips, outdoor, family and group outing programs.


Paradizoo is one of the theme parks under Zoomanity Group, which operates 5 Theme Parks in the Philippines and 1 in Japan :Zoobic Safari in Subic, Zoocobia in Clark,Pampanga , Zoocolate Thrills in Bohol, Paradizoo in Mendez, Cavite, Residence Inn in Tagaytay and Zootopia in Nagano, Japan.

TAG Media and Public Relations is the Marketing & Branding arm of Zoomanity Group under Yupangco Group of Companies. For more information, please call or text: 09166299381

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Written by Amanda Virrey

Amanda Virrey is a free-spirit who loves to experience and write about the sweetness of life with her young daughter in places, food, events and people, far and wide, never getting old, but always staying young, fit and happy.

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