Ayala Land has crafted another holiday travel destination for the family as it launched its first ever Magical Field of Lights in Nuvali.
Available for viewing until Jan. 8, 2017, the Magical Field of Lights show runs every 30 minutes starting at 6 p.m. and ending at 10 p.m. every day. Each show is separated into two 5-minute-long display of flashing lights and lasers accompanied by a medley of popular Christmas songs.
Complementing the light show is a standing display of multi-colored Christmas trees, dandelions and a 50-meter-long light tunnel. Off to the side is a Christmas fair that showcases a collection of traditional Filipino holiday treats such as puto bumbong and bibingka. A variety of local goods ideal as gifts is also available.
“This year, we are ecstatic to introduce a magical and one-of-a-kind holiday treat to the south, bringing Ayala Land’s signature light and sound show to more cities and communities,” said Jennifer Chua, Nuvali marketing manager.
After the light show, visitors to Nuvali can also check out the Nuvali Christmas Bazaar at Ayala Malls Solenad. A “Christkindl Market” holiday village featuring traditional and modern gifts will also be around until Dec. 31.
Finally, the Manila Symphony Junior Orchestra and De La Salle Symphonic Band will be holding performances on Dec. 16 and 18, respectively, at the Activity Park. Alfred Bayle