Experience a merrier and brighter Christmas with Nuvali’s first lights and sounds show called Magical Field of Lights. Be filled with awe as Nuvali’s grass fields light up like an enchanted field of tulips dancing to two 5-minute medleys. Ongoing until January 8, 2017, the show will run every 30 minutes from 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. every day.
Aside from the Magical Field of Lights, the field also features other attractions like the 50-meter long light tunnel, Christmas trees and dandelion light installation. There’s also a Christmas fair that showcases traditional Filipino Christmas treats such as bibingka and puto bumbong and a variety of local goods perfect for gift-giving.
“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 Nuvali Marketing Manager Jennifer Chua.
Nuvali brings to life a spectacular show for its residents, employees and visitors with the help of Estate Water, Qualimed Hospital, Amaia Steps Parkway, Ayala Malls Solenad and Nestle Kitkat.
Holiday guests can partake in Nuvali’s Christmas festivities including a visit to the Nuvali Christmas Bazaar at Ayala Malls Solenad, which features unique local goods from Laguna. Other exciting activities at Solenad in Nuvali include 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.
Xavier School Nuvali joins the Christmas celebration, too, with “Christmas in our Hearts: The MCN Lighting of the Christmas Star” event happening on December 2.
Nuvali offers a wide range of activities for families and weekenders the entire day. 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.
Seda Hotel in Nuvali offers guests a relaxing Christmas staycation. Guests booked for December 24 can enjoy complimentary servings of puto bumbong or bibingka and two cups of hot chocolate.
How to get to Nuvali? If you’re riding a private vehicle, you can pass through Mamplasan, Sta. Rosa, Eton-Greenfield, Silangan, or Canlubang exit along South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). Public transportation to Nuvali, on the other hand, is available in Bonifacio Global City and Balibago.