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IN PHOTOS: Ayala Triangle Garden’s Disney-Themed Festival Of Lights

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Nov. 12, 18 | 12:40 pm

Makati City’s Ayala Triangle Gardens has turned into the ‘World’s Happiest Place On Earth’ as the Festival of Lights reopens its doors to public, this year in partnership with Disney.

The much-awaited Ayala Land’s Festival of Lights, in line with the Christmas season, features a magical light-and-sounds show where colorful lights play in sync with popular soundtracks of Disney.

This year’s park festival is themed “Reimagine the Magic: A Festival of Lights” and currently runs every 30 minutes from 6pm to 10pm until January 8 next year.

“The partnership with Disney comes at a most momentous time for us as we celebrate our 30th year as a company and the 10th year of the Festival of Lights. Disney’s music and stories span generations and there is no better soundtrack to define the well-loved traditions that mark the Filipino holidays and Ayala Land’s commitment to nurturing vibrant communities,” Senior Vice President of Ayala Land Meean B. Dy shared to the press.

At the center of the urban park is a huge Mickey Mouse figure adorned with colorful Christmas lights. Take a look at the magical light festival at the Ayala Triangle Gardens as shown in photos below:


Photos from Disney Philippines Instagram (@disneyphilippines) and Make It Makati (@makeitmakati)

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