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Experience a Magical Filipino Christmas: Free Spectacular Holiday Lights Shows Across the Philippines

As December unfolds, Good News Pilipinas invites you to immerse yourself in the festive spirit with a dazzling array of holiday lights shows, accessible to everyone at no cost. From the bustling streets of Quezon City to the historic landmarks of Kawit, we've curated a list of the most enchanting destinations where you can watch the shows for free.

Filipino Christmas Gets Brighter with Pru Life UK’s Big Band Classics at Festival of...

Pru Life UK is set to dazzle Filipino families this holiday season as they participate in the 15th annual Festival of Lights. The event, a highlight of the city's Christmas festivities, kicked off in November at Ayala Triangle Gardens with the theme "Christmas Nights with Countless Lights".

Experience a Dazzling Christmas at Ayala Triangle Gardens’ Festival of Lights

Ayala Land is dazzling Manila with its renowned Festival of Lights 2023 and Good News Pilipinas was there to witness its launch. Themed "Christmas Nights with Countless Lights", this year's festival expands its reach within the Ayala Triangle Gardens, promising an even more enchanting experience for all.

LIST: Reopened destinations, holiday activities to try in and near Manila

Check out this list of activities you can try during the holiday season in popular spots within and near Metro Manila that have reopened to the public while ensuring the safety of guests with new normal guidelines in place against COVID-19.

New Paseo-Villar Underpass inaugurated in Makati

The new Paseo de Roxas-Villar Underpass has been inaugurated in Makati.

LIST: Christmas Lights Shows You Can Watch Online

You can enjoy Christmas music, lights, and decor with your loved ones in the safety of your own home with these virtual holiday attractions.
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Top 5 Destinations for Christmas in Metro Manila

Christmas is the perfect time to make wonderful memories with family and friends. It’s a good thing Filipinos know how to celebrate this special holiday, so you don’t have to go far to find...
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