Fantawild parks all over China brought high-quality services to visitors during the Labor Day Holiday. Of the many parks, Jinzhou Fantawild Oriental Heritage put on a light show using drones during the holiday. The event was covered by China Central Television (CCTV), marking the second time the park has been featured on this channel.
According to the report, “the drone light show attracted many visitors to the park”. One visitor said in the interview that the show “was fantastic”, and that they were “touched” when the drones formed the words of Hello Jinzhou and I Love Hubei and Jinzhou in the dark sky.
The park used more than 300 drones for the light show, which took to the sky at 8pm every night during the holiday. The show lasted for 13 minutes. The drone swould fly around “The Plummet”, an attraction in the park, changing formations and colors. Patterns with a touch of local characteristics would appear in the sky, such as the silhouette of the famous poet Qu Yuan, a phoenix, a drum stand in the form of two birds and two tigers, the entrance of the Chu Palace in the park, and auspicious clouds to bring good fortune. The drones were also arranged to form the words Hello Hubei, Jinzhou Fantawild, and Hailto all laborers, amongst other uplifting phrases. The show and the lighting in the park complimented each other.
All Fantawild parks in China enforced strict regulations during the holiday to ensure the safety of visitors. Many parks added night activities offering high quality services to visitors, making them happy and facilitating the recovery of the entertainment and tourism industry.