Ayala Land once again lights up Makati with beautiful light installations along Ayala Avenue.
Ayala Land makes this year’s Christmas celebration memorable and meaningful to all Filipinos, by lighting up Makati with beautiful light installations, depicting the altars of the Philippines’ most iconic churches. Symbolizing the Filipino Christmas spirit and the birth of Christ, among the altars featured are San Sebastian in Manila, San Miguel Archangel Parish in Cebu, Molo Church in Iloilo, the Immaculate Conception Church of Jasaan in Northern Mindanao, and the Sanctuario de San Antonio of Makati.
The beautiful installations are carefully crafted by the masterful hands of Zenas Pineda, who has been designing the street lights of Ayala Land for 7 years now. These beautiful light installations aim to capture the heart of every Filipino and remind them of the much-awaited festivities and traditions that highlights the importance of church and community such as Simbang Gabi and Misa de Gallo. They used Capiz installations to complement the displays, wrapped around the trees along Ayala Avenue. To make it more symbolic and colorful, they also installed totem poles symbolizing the 12 days of Christmas.
These beautiful light installations will be dazzling from November 5 to January 8 in Makati’s streets to bring holiday cheer to all who pass by. The Makati Christmas Street Lighting is a toast to Filipino traditions which will also usher in a spectacular Christmas celebration brought to us by Ayala Land including Reimagine the Magic: Festival of Lights at Ayala Triangle Gardens, as well as the anticipated novena masses, holiday bazaars, and a whole range of cultural events that Filipinos have come to look forward to.