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Bright Lights and Dazzling Sights: Where to go for Christmas lights shows in Manila

It’s that time of the year again! And what’s a Christmas celebration in the Philippines without dazzling sights and bright lights? More and more places and establishments here in the metro are decorating vast areas with thousands of lights and putting up a show for everyone to enjoy! Here are some of the best places in Manila to go to see wonderful Christmas lights show:

Ayala Triangle: Festival of Lights

Year after year, this slice of greenery in the middle of the urban jungle that is Makati is drawing thousands every Christmas season as it glimmers with thousands of lights beautifully hung in the park’s trees dancing to a medley of our all-time favorite Christmas songs. To give the viewing experience an added flair and drama, animation lasers and haze machines are also in place.

The show starts every 6 P.M. and runs every thirty minutes until 10 P.M.

Ayala Triangle Gardens, Ayala Ave., Makati City

Nuvali: Magical Field of Lights

Photo credit: Star Sabroso

What can you expect from the team that puts together the Ayala Triangle Festival of Lights?  A magical experience anywhere! They’re bringing the shimmering spectacle to Nuvali with their Magical Field of Lights, a 3,600-square meter filled with almost 5,000 colorful bulbs dancing to Christmas tunes like “Joy to the World” and the Filipino classic “Kumukuti-Kutitap.” Walking around takes you to a visual and auditory feast including a 50-meter light tunnel and brightly-lit Christmas trees.

The show starts every 6 P.M. and runs every thirty minutes until 10 P.M.

The Fields, Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna

Ayala Vertis North: Northern Lights

Photo credit: Vertis North Facebook Page

Taking the shiny, colorful Christmas experience to the North for the first time, the Ayala group is putting up a lights and sounds show reminiscent of the ones in Ayala Triange and Nuvali. Drawing inspiration from the Filipino Christmas tradition of Simbang Gabi, a huge cathedral installation wrapped in a multitude of lights including lasers and cyber spheres illuminate in this part of the metro. The Christmas medleys come in different themes like Traditional Christmas and even a Techno vibe.

The show starts every 6 P.M. and runs every thirty minutes until 10 P.M.

Ayala Malls Vertis North, Mindanao Ave., Quezon City

From South to North, the Christmas spirit and holiday spectacle is truly shining with these various Christmas lights and musical shows. So get up and bask under a cloud and sea of lights and Christmas medleys and fully enjoy this joyous season.

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