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Resorts World Manila brings Grand Fiesta 2012 for Christmas holidays



Exciting shows at Resorts World Manila. INQUIRER file photo

MANILA, Philippines—Resorts World Manila brings the country a more vibrant holiday season with Grand Fiesta 2012. Imagine an entire month teeming with celebration and cheer.

There are many spectacular events just waiting to be experienced. Food lovers are sure to be delighted as some of the country’s best confectioners compete to see who will make the most outstanding holiday cake.

The Von Trapp family, who inspired The Sound of Music performed Wednesday while world renowned trumpeter Chris Botti will take center stage at the Newport Performing Arts Theater on Thursday night (December 5).

Get ready for some knockout deals just in time for the fourth Manny Pacquiao-Juan Miguel Marquez fight on December 9. The night will be filled with holiday music as the country’s most angelic voices compete at the Choral Competition at the Newport Performing Arts Theater on December 11.

Some of the most gifted fashion designers in the country are scheduled to present their exquisite creations at Grand Fashion Manila on December 12. Various artists are also set to pay tribute to the King of Philippine roads at the Pinoy Ultimate Jeepney Design Competition, which takes place until December 31.

Amazing events will keep you coming back every day to Resorts World Manila. Get ready for a visual feast as Resorts World Manila turns its walls into a virtual storybook with Jessie’s Gift, an exciting 3D adventure showing every day from 6:30 PM onwards. Daily themed shows at The Plaza, Newport Mall will feature performances by talented DJs, incredible magicians, soothing acoustic acts, hip all-girl groups and mesmerizing string musicians.

The holidays are perfect for reunions with friends and family. Gather everyone at Resorts World Manila for the Grand Fiesta Food Fest – RWM’s signature restaurants and Newport Mall outlets are offering unique dishes and mouth-watering discounts. Shop for gifts at participating Newport Mall retail shops to avail of Grand Fiesta Holiday Shopping Treats.

End this year with a bang! On December 31, bid this year adieu and countdown to 2013 with Resorts World Manila!  There will be three celebrations happening simultaneously at Bar 360, the Genting Club and The Plaza.

For more information, visit www.rwmanila.com/grand-fiesta-2012.

Resorts World Manila (RWM) is located across Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3. It is a tourism destination that offers the best of Philippine hospitality boasting three international hotel brands: Maxims Hotel, an all-luxury suite hotel; Marriott Hotel Manila, a world-renowned five-star brand; and Remington Hotel, for travelers looking for affordable luxury.

RWM is also home to several world-class venues to cater to leisure activities. The Newport Mall houses international luxury retail brands. The Newport Cinemas offer features such as stadium seating and the newest cinema technology for optimal viewing; and The Newport Performing Arts Theater is one of the country’s best and newest venue for plays, concerts, and events.

RWM also houses the Philippines’ largest gaming facility. RWM offers free membership to give guests access to rewards, discounts, freebies, and exclusive invites to RWM events. (advt)


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