If you take Instagram seriously, then you’d love these spots.
Having a perfectly curated Instagram feed is completely normal. So, if you’re currently looking for some ideas to keep your layout consistent, here we got a list of Christmas-themed spots in and out of the metro for that colorful feed you’re trying to achieve. Dazzling lights, colorful decorations, and even merry music to jazz up your shots—you got it.
Check them out below:
6. Ortigas East’s Christmas Musical Street Light Tunnel
This newly opened Christmas Musical Street Light Tunnel in Ortigas East, located just outside Tiendesitas, is an absolute head-turner. It is said to have been patterned after the holiday light tunnels located in foreign cities like Kyoto in Japan, so make sure not to miss this spectacle of lights.
5. Bonifacio High Street’s Sights and Sounds
Starting from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., you can see the Bonifacio High Street come alive with a spectacle of sights and sounds every 30 minutes. This part of Bonifacio Global City is already Instagrammable by day, so what more during the night with brilliant lights? Go have a visit and see it for yourself!
4. Ayala Triangle’s Festival of Lights
Here’s the famous Festival of Lights at Ayala Triangle. This yearly display of glittering lights, surrounding a wide space of greeneries, make it the perfect date place for couples, friends, and families. Go ahead and take that sweetest photo for your Instagram feed.
3. Nuvali’s Magical Field of Lights
If you want to light up of your holiday and make it extra special, you’ve got Nuvali’s Magical Field of Lights to go to. It’s just purely magical and it’s not that far from the metro. It’s pretty romantic, too, and quite dreamy. Definitely, perfect to visit with your loved ones.
2. SM Mall of Asia’s Grand Festival of Lights
SM Mall of Asia’s Grand Festival of Lights will bring out the child in you and make you believe in magical things. On December 9, Santa Claus and his Magical Friends are actually scheduled to go on a parade, and it’s something you surely don’t want to miss. Make your Instagram merry!
1. Meralco’s Liwanag Park
As part of Meralco’s Maliwanag Ang Pasko program, which started in 2011, Liwanag Park invites everyone to see its beautiful attractions. Apparently, you can walk around the park, take pictures most definitely, and even grab a meal when you go hungry. It will be open to the public until January 7, 2o18.
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