Wondrous places to visit this Christmas Season

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Most of us spend Christmas at home while others like to spend theirs in once-in-a-year exclusive places where they can enjoy it with family and friends. Here are some of the places that will surely light up your Christmas season!

Star City, Pasay


After 2 years of closure, Star City Manila has once again opened its gates and it’s never been better. Star City is an amusement park located in Pasay, Philippines. This Christmas, build a snowman and explore inside the Snow world with your family and friends, or if you want something extreme to ride you will surely enjoy “Surf dance”!

Courtesy: Star City Official Website

If you want to feel the jungle breeze, be sure to have fun riding the “Jungle Splash” and be prepared to be soaked. Don’t forget to bring extra clothes or you may buy some souvenirs too! Other fun rides await you!

Star City is open from Friday to Saturday from 1:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Don’t miss out on their Christmas promo! For only Php 699.00, you’ll be able to buy a star pass which includes access to the park and all rides. For more information, you may also visit the official website of Star City.

 

The Lights of Christmas, Taguig

Christmas by the lake Taguig is by far the biggest light park in the Philippines. It is a 6-hectare park and Christmas attraction that opened to the public starting on December 1, 2022. Christmas lights and attractions that use new technology are featured making them eco-friendly and sustainable.

Courtesy: I Love Taguig Facebook Page

Taguig is only 17.5 km. from Manila and is more convenient for families who want to travel within Metro Manila only. The Lights of Christmas, Taguig is open from 5:00 p. m. until midnight.

 

Fountain of Lights, Nuvali Park, Sta. Rosa, Laguna

Nuvali Park is located in Santa Rosa, Laguna, Philippines. It is a growing eco-city development owned by Ayala Land. Nuvali Park is most famous for its Fountain of Lights which pays tribute to the traditional Filipino Christmas celebration with wonderful, vivid, and blissful lights and sounds.

Courtesy: Majoy Siason

Entrance is free and there is no reservation needed. Nearby malls and restaurants are open from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. while the fountain of lights show is available to the public for viewing from Friday to Saturday only from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

 

Okada Manila

Okada Manila is Asia’s largest Forbes five-star ultra-luxury integrated resort. Located at New Seaside Dr, Parañaque, Metro Manila, it is best known for its grand Christmas tree, decorations, and luxury every December. Don’t miss out on their Christmas promos, holiday buffet, and many more waiting for you and your loved ones!

Courtesy: OKADA MANILA

 

The Night of Lights, San Fernando, Pampanga

San Fernando Pampanga is also known as the Christmas Capital of the Philippines. Their Christmas Village is only one of the many Christmas attractions in the city. Get to experience their gigantic Christmas trees, colorful Christmas lights, and joyful and nostalgic Christmas carols together with your loved ones for only 50 pesos each.

Courtesy: Kara Santos

The Christmas Village is open from Monday to Sunday from 5:00 in the afternoon until midnight. The entrance fee is free for 1-year-old and below. Don’t miss the chance to experience Christmas like no other!

Above all, let us not forget the real reason why we celebrate Christmas and always follow health protocols in the fight against COVID-19. May we all get to experience a wonderful Christmas celebration this year!

By Princess Friel Lontoc

 

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