Spending a “white christmas” is really one of those things that I’ve been looking forward to experience since the day that I’ve watched that classic soda advertisement before. Though I dont regret more than twenty years of celebrating the traditional Pinoy Christmas, it is still interesting to experience a much colder weather, a snow fight or even spending ski holidays with family or friends.
But unfortunately, it will not going to happen anytime soon because in a tropical country where “snow” is really impossible to drop from the sky, the creativity of Filipinos is obviously coming out of somewhere. Aside from humungous Christmas trees and giant “parols” a very interesting play of lights and music is aslo being showcased in every corner of the streets. One of those can be found in Ayala Triangle, Makati City. This grand presentation is truly an attraction at no cost. Absolutely free for public viewing, this exhibition is indeed well-attended from people of different walks of life, whether you are a young professional who works around the area,a family, a circle of friends or just a passers by. The Symphony of Lights is truly engaging and a perfect place to hang out before you dine in a strip of restaurants nearby.
So if it case you find yourself around Makati area, do not miss to drop by at Ayala Triangle to watch the Symphony of Lights before it ends. The show starts at 6PM and happens every hour until 9PM everyday.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
tracking treasure 🙂