Thursday, December 22, 2016

Nuvali celebrates Christmas with its first lights and sounds show and many more!

This holiday season, Nuvali transforms into a first-of-its-kind holiday destination with the launch of “Magical Field of Lights,” the first lights and sounds show in Ayala Land’s largest sustainable estate.

Entrance to the Magical Field of Lights.

Ongoing until January 8, 2017, Nuvali’s grass fields light up like an enchanted field of tulips dancing to two 5-minute medleys enjoyable for the whole family. The show will run every 30 minutes from 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. daily.

Aside from the show, the field also features a variety of attractions such as the 50-meter long light tunnel, Christmas trees, and dandelion light installation. It will also be complemented with a Christmas fair that showcases traditional Filipino Christmas treats such as bibingka and puto bumbong. A variety of local goods perfect for gift-giving will also be 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.

Taking a group selfie inside the 50-meter light tunnel.

With the help of Estate Water, Qualimed Hospital, Amaia Steps Parkway, Ayala Malls Solenad and Nestle Kitkat, Nuvali brings to life a spectacular show for its residents, employees and visitors.

Nuvali invites holiday guests to partake in the Christmas festivities including a visit to the Nuvali Christmas Bazaar at Ayala Malls Solenad which will feature unique local goods from Laguna. Solenad in Nuvali will also have a roster of crowd-drawing events including the “Christkindl Market” holiday village featuring traditional and modern gifts for sale from December 1 to 31, and the Manila Symphony Junior Orchestra concert on December 16.

Christmas trees and light tunnel.

Xavier School Nuvali joins the Christmas celebration with “Christmas in our Hearts: The MCN Lighting of the Christmas Star” event happening on December 2.

From sunup to sundown, the estate offers a wide range of activities for families and weekenders. With 50% of the development dedicated to green and open spaces, Nuvali features an off-road biking and running trails approximately 50 km in total length, a multi-functional lake, and a Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary.

Dandelion light installation at The Fields.

Seda Hotel in Nuvali offers a relaxing stay for guests opting for a Christmas staycation. Guests booked for December 24 can enjoy complimentary servings of puto bumbong or bibingka and two cups of hot chocolate.

To get to Nuvali, private vehicles can pass through Mamplasan, Sta. Rosa, Eton-Greenfield, Silangan, or Canlubang exit along South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). Public transportation to Nuvali is available from major jump-offs such as Bonifacio Global City, and Balibago.

Nuvali sits in the cities of Sta. Rosa, Calamba and Cabuyao in Laguna and features a diverse mix of residential and commercial developments.



NOTE: Images and information from press kit provided.


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