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Monday, November 5, 2018

Philippine Iconic Churches Lights Up Ayala Avenue

Christmas is the most awaited time of the year especially for Filipinos and as much as possible, every one wants it to me memorable by adhering to age-old traditions.

Simbang Gabi and Misa de Gallo also highlights the Christmas season here in the country and to formally ring-in the festivities, Ayala Land lights up the now iconic Ayala Avenue with light installations depicting some of the country's famous churches.

"Christmas is always special for Filipinos because it's about bonding with family and loved ones. We realize that for many Filipinos, experiencing Makati's holiday displays have become part of their Christmas celebrations, alongside revered Filipino Christmas traditions such as the simbang gabi, family reunions, and Noche Buena. This is why Ayala Land ensures that our Christmas celebrations in Makati are truly inspiring and memorable. We'd like to bring the community together and give them all the opportunities to create new and wonderful memories," said Sheilla Aquilar, Makati Project Development Head for Ayala Land.

This yuletide tradition of lighting up Makati City is Ayala Land's way of of bringing the Filipino community together not only because Christmas is a joyous event but it also pays homage to our faith.

The light displays are crafted by Zens Pineda who's been designing the street lights of Makati for years now. The featured churches this year are San Sebastian Church in Manila, San Miguel the Archangel Parish, Cebu and Molo Church, the Immaculate Conception Church of Jasaan in Northern Mindanao, and Sanctuario de San Antonio in Makati.

These dazzling lights display is from November 5 to January 8, 2019.

Read more about Philippine churches here --- Viva Manilena's list of Philippine Churches


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