The Philippines is known to have the longest Christmas celebration in the world, which usually starts after Halloween, or even during the start of ber months for some, and ends on the Feast of the Epiphany on January. This country has an endless list of attractions to visit during this season. Popular events and destinations include City of San Fernando, Pampanga’s Giant Lantern Festival, Tarlac’s Belenisimo, Cebu City’s Pasko sa Sugbo and the various displays in key cities. Metro Manila also has its share of attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Check out these seven Christmas sights and events in the metro.
The Ayala Triangle Gardens is once again adorned as “The Festival of Lights”, Makati City’s famed lights and sound show returns. Surrounded by Ayala Avenue, Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue, this oasis in the middle of the city has been one of the most favorite destinations in the metro during the Christmas season because of this free 5-minute show of lights synchronized with Christmas carols.