Open your eyes for the Blind with Zoomanity Group’s Dinner in the Dark

NEWS RELEASE 2016​

Welcome to Zoomanity Group’s Dinner in the Dark
Ever wonder what it would be like to be blind? Get a chance to open your eyes with their “dark” condition at a special dinner event called “Dinner in the Dark” by Zoomanity Group. This great cause will give you a unique experience of dining in total darkness and understand how it is to be blind.


Zoomanity Group, one of the leading companies in the park industry, will host series of “Dinner in the Dark” for the benefit of the Eye Bank Foundation of the Philippines. This exceptional event will create awareness amongst us what it is like to lose our sense of sight and appreciate it even more. Guests will have a 30-minute orientation before the dinner which will be held in different Zoomanity parks and restaurant. During the dinner, the participants’ sense of sight will be totally diminished then their other senses will take over and will be heightened. Wonderful scents and sounds, and beautiful music, will be expected as well.


Catch this special dinner offer from 5-8 PM (including pre-dinner orientation) on these following dates:​​

November 5 Residence Inn in Tagaytay

November 12​ Zoobic Safari in Subic

November 15 ​Misono Restaurant in Jupiter Street Makati

November 17​ Jinsei Japanese Restaurant in Vivere Hotel

November 21 ​Midori Japanese Restaurant in Alabang ​

November 24​ Metro Ruins in Metropolitan Makati

November 26 ​Zoocobia Fun Zoo in Clark, Pampanga​




For tickets and more information please contact the Zoomanity Group at (02)8899824-28, (02)8957142, 09158904728 or email zoomanityg@gmail.com.

Author: traveleatpinas

Established in 2016, Travel Eat Pinas serves as a venue to share destinations in the Philippines where travelers can have a one-of-a-kind gastronomical experience, adventure, and soothing recreational activities. Travel Eat Pinas also feature EVENTS about food, travel, and lifestyle; must use ESSENTIALS and easy-to-follow RECIPES that you can make for your loved ones.

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  1. We have this in Malaysia too! I did not dine in the dark but I did try a few hours being in complete darkness to feel how blink people live their life! It's a really great experience!

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