October 19, 2017

Dusit Thani Manila’s The Lost Carnival

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  • Get ready for a nerve wrecking Halloween event happening this coming October 29, 2017 as Dusit Thani Manila turns its extravagant hotel into an amusement park that will leave you screaming in complete fear!

    With an old and rustic feel, get to experience the dreadfulness and creepiness of an abandoned amusement park that has not been touched for a number of years through Dusit Thani’s The Lost Carnival happening on October 29, 2017 from 1:30 pm onwards at the Mayuree Ballroom in Dusit Thani Hotel, Manila.

    /IMAGE Dusit Thani Manila’s Facebook Page 

    Don’t be spooked just yet. The event will highlight fun and exciting activities both for the young and the young at heart which will include various performances from acrobats and ventriloquists, carnival booths, trick or treating, a kiddie fashion show sponsored by Osh Kosh B’ Gosh, and awarding of best in costume.

    Tickets are priced at Php 1,000 for 1 adult and 1 child which is inclusive of snacks and access for the duration of the said event. For tickets and reservations, you may call 238-8888 local 8439 or 8838.

    DETAILS
    What:
    Dusit Thani Manila’s The Lost Carnival
    When:
    October 29, 2017 (1:30 PM onwards)
    Where:
    Dusit Thani Manila, 1223 Epifanio de los Santos Ave, Makati City
    Ticket Price: Php 1,000


    Written By: Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno
    Image Source: Dusit Thani Manila’s Facebook Page 

     

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