Amazing Christmas Lights Display in PH
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Where else should you go in this joyous month of the year? Got no idea? Here, let us help you locate some fun places with amazing Christmas lights display.
Get your holiday cheer on as you’ll get to feast your eyes with the attraction in our list of places to visit with Christmas Lights Display.
Nuvali’s Magical Field of Lights
Santa Rosa, Laguna is more than just “Enchanted Kingdom”. Aside from walkways hemmed with grassfield, and various dining places in Nuvali, they have created another one-of-a-kind-entertainment perfect for the holidays – the Nuvali Magical Field of Lights.
After its successful display in 2016, Nuvali once again makes use of their 3,600-square-meter vast green spaces for the spectacular light show. It features a 5,000 tulip bud lights that changes its colors, colored laser lights from different directions, and a man-made fog that creates a sea of colors in the air.
You can also visit the 50-meter tunnel surrounded by Christmas lights and the Christmas Trees spreaded in the field.
The Nuvali Magic Field of Lights will run until January 7, 2018. The show runs every 30 minutes from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Makati’s Festival of Lights
Ayala Triangle is the go-to place for the grandiose light display during the yuletide season. Makati’s Festival of Light has opened last November 9, and like Nuvali’s show, it will run every 30 minutes starting 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Also, the show features a 20-watt animation lasers and giant haze machine for a full-on experience. Alongside with the light show, are huge displays of parols, gift-wrapped boxes, and LED lights along Ayala Avenue.
Resorts World Manila’s Lumina
Those who are in Pasay Area can check out Lumina located in Resorts World Manila. Be sure to have your camera ready because this is the perfect place to capture some artsy photos. Check out some photos below:
You’ll get awed with the visually appealing Christmas lights here at Vast Imaginarium located as Estancia Mall in Capitol Commons. This one differs from other installations as they make use of mirrors inspired by Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama.
As seen below is the “Green Room” inspired by Yayoi’s infinity room.
Parol – Giant Lantern Festival in Pampanga
If you want to make your Christmas a memorable one with your family, witness the Parol Festival in Pampanga. It will be held on December 17, 2017.
The celebration goes way back in 1930’s when the locals held their first lantern festival in honor of the late President Manuel L. Quezon. Since then, the locals made in an annual tradition of making world-class lanterns on their province. Because of that, Pampanga is now dubbed as the Christmas Capital of the Philippines.
Each year, the festival is getting more extravagant, doubling the numbers of visitors in the province each year. The festival features giant Christmas lanterns made with bamboo frames, colored plastics, and handmade paper.