Dolphin show comes to Vinpearl Land

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Vinpearl Land Nha Trang will launch a dolphin show at its amusement park in December. The dolphins will be set up near the sea, next to the Vinpearl Underwater World. Sea lions and seals will also join the show.

In June, four dolphins (Orcaella brevirostris) were brought to the park to be trained by experts from Russia and the Vietnam-Russia Tropical Center. They will have a six-month training course to get ready for the show.

These dolphins are very smart and friendly to people and they love to play with children. Normally, Orcaella brevirostris in Vietnam are trained for the circus, for curing humans of congenital defects, sea research and rescue and to use for investigating other ocean species.

From now until December, tourists can watch the remarkable creatures train everyday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Recently, Vinpearl Land expanded its amusement park to four hectares with new indoor and outdoor games imported from Germany, Italy and Japan and added more rare sea creatures at the Underwater World and entertainment programs at the Musical Fountain Stage.

The company has ruled that people aged 60 years old and over will pay only VND250, 000 for a ticket to Vinpearl Land. The fee includes a return cable car and free admission to the amusement park, Truc Lam monastery, Underwater World and music fountain stage and music and circus performances.

To enjoy this promotion, customers are advised to show their ID card or other relevant papers with photo attached at the ticket box or register with tourist agencies.

(Source: SGT

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