November 16, 2019

Where to Watch 2019 Christmas Lights and Displays Around Manila

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  • Spend Christmas making bright and colorful memories with your family and friends by bringing them to a mesmerizing lights show, a photo session at holiday displays, and more!

    Among the many Christmas trees and displays around town, we picked up those that have stood out. Take a peek into our checklist of Christmas 2019 display and activities where everyone is welcome to enjoy!

    Gingerbread House at Okada Manila

    In addition to a 28-foot-tall grand Christmas tree at the Crystal Corridor, Okada Manila whips out a gingerbread city.

    The 13 sqm of sugarland was made by craftsmen from Paete, Laguna using recycled materials. Inside the gingerbread house are pastries and treats to enjoy as you pose at this colorful display.

    Also read: The Garden at Okada Manila Offers a Grand Outdoor Venue for Celebrations

    Welcome to Okada Manila's biggest Gingerbread house yet! Occupying a total of 13 square meters and standing as high as…

    Okada Manilaさんの投稿 2019年11月14日木曜日

    Ayala Triangle Gallery of Lights

    It has become a tradition in Makati City to put up a light and sound show at the Ayala Triangle Gardens and this year is no different. To spruce up their yearly Gallery of Lights, they added the Carol of Lights—a 3-D mapping show at the dome of Tower One.

    This magical show happens every night until January 12, 2020, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

    We are happy to share this distinct Makati tradition once again and make Christmas more meaningful for the Filipino…

    Ayala Land, Inc.さんの投稿 2019年11月13日水曜日

    Dessert Museum’s Shades of Pink-mas

    Pink becomes the color of Christmas at the sweetest wonderland in town! Dessert Museum brings out their Santas in pink, pink nutcracker soldiers, gingerbread cookies, and a winter marshmallow snowstorm to greet the holiday season.

    IMAGE The Dessert Museum

    Rate starts at Php 699 inclusive of a two-hour tour and free desserts!

    Also read: The Dessert Museum in S Maison: An Instagram-Worthy Candy Wonderland

    Lakbay Museo Paskong Pinoy Village

    Filipinos celebrate Christmas in their own unique way and what a better way to have a taste of it than at Lakbay Museo.

    Pose by the light of the parol displays, the traditional Belen, and even see the different street foods that are enjoyed during the holidays. Price starts at Php 699 for 2 hours of fun and up to 5 freebies.

    IMAGE Lakbay Museo

    Also read: Lakbay Museo in S’Maison: Experience the Philippines Without Leaving the City

    SM Mall of Asia’s 75-ft Christmas Tree and more

    Come by the SM Mall of Asia Bayside which they have turned into a Forest of Lights. Take photos with their multiple Christmas trees and their 75-ft gigantic Christmas tree.

    Inside the mall, they also have their own tree grandly decked out with lights, ornaments, and festive music to mark the season.

    The most wonderful time of the year is here only at SM Mall of Asia Complex!! ✨🎄✨#ComeToMallofAsia and experience the…

    SM Mall of Asia Officialさんの投稿 2019年11月14日木曜日

    Oversized toys and miniature town at City of Dreams

    Among the many Christmas tree displays around town, the City of Dreams puts perspective into play with both miniature and oversized Christmas displays for kids and kids at heart.

    By the entrance looms their Christmas tree surrounded by bigger-than-life toys while Café Society put up a miniature gingerbread town.

    HAPPENING NOW:COD Manila's annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony which officially marks the start of our holiday…

    City of Dreams Manilaさんの投稿 2019年11月11日月曜日

    Midas Hotel and Casino’s Filipino Gingerbread Town

    In the Christmas tradition of coming together, Midas Hotel and Casino merges the gingerbread house tradition and the local culture with their interesting display of a mini barangay of nipa huts made of gingerbread, candy, and chocolate.

    As a part of their campaign—Feel Pinas, the miniature town is complete with a Christmas tree decorated with abaca, capiz, and banig or handwoven mat.

    Midas Hotel & Casinoさんの投稿 2019年11月11日月曜日

     Which Christmas displays around Manila are you excited to visit? Don’t forget to share with us in the comment section below!

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