Christmas season is definitely up in the air and everywhere. And this year, the celebration is more captivating in Metro Manila as most of the establishments were transformed into a beautiful spot making it look more festive, colorful, fun and magical.
A lot of malls, hotels and other establishments are up for the challenge in becoming trending worldwide by creating a one of a kind light show that is never before seen. All of them are really worth a visit! So if you are still wondering where to go to have the sweetest celebration, here are the compilation of the best spots this 2017.
1.The Vast Imaginarium Mirror Rooms – Estancia at Capitol Commons
A new spot to visit this Christmas is the Estancia at Capitol Commons. Visit their Vast Imaginarium Mirror Rooms inspired by #YayoiKusama open for FREE to everyone starting November 17 until January 7,2018. You may visit them during mall hours.
There are 4 Rooms with different themes equally decorated and filled with magic and love for Christmas:
1. Abyss Room – for those who dare
2. Green Room – for those who want to be one with nature
3. Lit room – for those who want to shine
4. The Enchanted Room – for those who believe in magic!
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How to get there?
Find your way to Shaw Boulevard and ride a jeep with Pasig/Tanay signage at Parklea Terminal and drop-off at Estancia Mall.
2. The Christmas Musical Street Light Tunnel
Patterned after the holiday light tunnels of foreign cities, this Christmas Musical Street Light Tunnel will surely leave you in awe. It covers the entire stretch of Fronterra Drive in Tiendesitas, Ortigas East by Ortigas & Co and was opened last November 10 until January 7,2018.
It is open to the public for FREE.
Address: Tiendesitas, Brgy. Ugong, Pasig City
3. Lumina, Walkway of Lights at Resorts World Manila
One of the highlights for the Resorts World Manila “Grand Fiesta” celebration is the opening of the 100,000 multi-colored LED lights called as the Lumina “Walkway of Lights” which was tagged as the “best place to selfie”. Also open to the public for FREE until end of December 2017.
4. Nuvali Magical Field of Lights 2017
A 3,600-square-meter vast field blooming with lights and vibrant colors glowing in the night filled with 5,000 tulip bud lights that glow, flash, and change color rhythmically to Christmas music. It’s the first ever of it’s kind in the Philippines.
The Magical Field of Lights light and sound show runs every 30 minutes from 6 pm to 10 pm every night until January 8 next year.
Admission is free.
How to get there?
By a private vehicle, drive to the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). Nuvali can be accessed through any of the following exits: Sta. Rosa, Calamba, Silangan, Eton City-Greenfield, or Greenfield City/Unilab/Mamplasan. Actual venue is at the Fields, which is close to Solenad 3 and S & R.
By Commute, take the Nuvali-bound buses in BGC and Makati (there’s also the P2P bus) and vans in Alabang Festival Mall. You can also just take a Balibago-bound bus or van then ride a jeepney to Nuvali. Travel time takes around an hour from Makati and around 30 minutes from Alabang with minimal traffic. Allot more travel time during weekends.
5. Festival of Lights at the Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati City
The annual spectacular festival of lights is here! A mesmerizing Christmas lights display choreographed in Christmas medleys. It is indeed one of the much-awaited events during this season. Free admission.
Schedule: Nov. 15 to January 8, 2017. Open daily from 6 pm to 10 pm with 30 mins. interval
Location: Paseo de Roxas St., cor. Makati Ave. cor. Ayala Ave., Makati City
All of these sweet spots are free so better visit them all. Got more places to share? Let me know in the comments section below.
Keep painting the world!