Array
Lifestyle

Makati's Disney-Themed Festival of Lights Opens Today

Visit this incredible event this weekend!

Shares
Photography: Ayala Triangle Gardens Facebook page (Main Photo)

Celebrating a decade of bringing Christmas joy through light installations along Ayala Avenue and the Ayala Triangle Gardens, Ayala Land has teamed up with Disney Philippines for this year's Festival of Lights. This means one thing—a stunning Disney-themed holiday season in one of Metro Manila's busiest business districts, sure to make you feel like a kid again. While the ceremonial street lighting was already held on November 5 in front of Ayala Tower One, the launch of the much-awaited Reimagine the Magic: A Festival of Lights is scheduled on November 9 at the Ayala Triangle Gardens.

Artist rendition of Ayala Triangle Gardens' upcoming Festival of Lights Courtesy of Ayala Land

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

The amazing light show by Voltaire de Jesus will be accompanied by a Disney medley arranged by Hong Kong Disneyland's musical director Rony Fortich.

In case you're a bit far from Makati, you can marvel at the same set-up in five other Ayala Land estates all over the Philippines including Ayala Malls Centrio, Cagayan de Oro (November 9); Ayala Center Cebu (November 10); Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City (November 15), Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna (November 24), and Vertis North, Quezon City (November 29).

Courtesy of Ayala Land

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

The stretch of Ayala Avenue, on the other hand, is adorned with light installations in the shape of some of the Philippines' most historic churches—Basilica Menor De San Sebastian in Quiapo, Manila; Santuario de San Antonio Parish in Makati, National Shrine of Saint Michael and the Archangels in Argao, Cebu; St. Anne Parish Church in Molo, Iloilo City; and Immaculate Conception Parish Church in Jasaan, Misamis Oriental. Complementing these installations are colorful totem poles symbolizing the 12 days of Christmas, as well as capiz decorations wrapped around the trees along the main road. Both are by interior designer and event stylist Zenas Pineda.

Makati's cheery Christmas sights are on display until January 8, 2019.

Reimagine the Magic: A Festival of Lights opens on November 9 at the Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati Avenue corner Ayala Avenue, Makati City. The show runs every 30 minutes from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. For updates, follow Make it Makati on Facebook.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

 

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.

More on Realliving.com.ph

Shares

Latest Stories

How You Can Achieve a More Efficient Kitchen Without Remodeling!

All you need to do is organize your kitchen items and establish specific zones.

10 Pretty Decor Pieces for an Insta-Worthy Wall

Make the most of your bare walls!

How to Pack a Suitcase Efficiently, Prevent Wrinkled Clothing

Especially if you're just bringing a carry-on!

7 Ways to Make Your Ceiling Look Higher Than It Actually Is

Take note of these decorating tricks to help you create the impression of a taller room.

Replacing This Home Appliance May Help You Save on Electricity

Sometimes, oldies are not necessarily goodies.

Decorate Your House on a Budget! Learn From These Real Homes

Refreshing the look of your home doesn't require spending lots of money!

How to Fake Natural Light When Your Home Doesn't Have a Lot of Windows

Avoid dark, heavy window treatments and keep furniture away from windows.

A Look Inside Baby Baz Go's Playroom

Hand-painted details and captivating colors complete the room's whimsical woodland theme

10 Storage Ideas to Organize a Cluttered Bathroom

You don't need to stop at just shelves and baskets when organizing your bathroom.

A Filipino Family Based in Dubai Shares How Living With Less Made Them Happier

Minimalism is not just about having a clutter-free home, says the mom. It's also about having peace of mind.

There's a Secret Trick to Keeping a Small Kitchen Neat and Clean

Many of us instantly think it's difficult to work in a small kitchen.

How to Live With Less? Stop Buying Things Just Because It's on Sale for Starters

The journey toward minimalism can be challenging, but it will be worth it.
Load More Stories

Get inspiring design ideas and handy hints.
Subscribe to our newsletter now!