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These displays and shows will give you more reason to celebrate Christmas in Pasig!

This Christmas season, the whole Metro Manila will light up again. Even it's not yet December, there are Christmas light and "parol" or lantern in the streets everywhere you put your eyes on. This is how Filipinos celebrate Christmas.

But there is more in Pasig during this season. Here, I list the 6 reasons why you must spend and experience Christmas in the city.

1. Dancing Lights Show at Plaza Rizal (Brgy. San Jose)

Early or mid-November, the city government of Pasig starts to set up the glamorous lights and sound all over the oldest park in the city - Plaza Rizal. The whole park is surrounded by thousands of Christmas lights dressed and hanging on the trees. They also place a 2 to 3-storey sized giant Christmas tree.

Christmas Lights Show at Plaza Rizal

The light show lasts every 30 minutes from 6pm to 10pm every night. There are also events that are held at the park starting December that make it more extravagant.

Here's a video clip of the show:
 



2. Animated Christmas Show at Pasig City Hall Complex

Animated Christmas Show at Pasig City Hall Complex

For the past years, Pasig is knows for its own way of treating its citizens in Christmas. One of it is "pakulo" is the animated show every night at the front of Pasig City hall. Although, last year (2016) and this year, the show is put at the Pasig Mega Market just next to the Revolving Tower.

Watch a clip of the show here:


3. Christmas Street Light Musical Tunnel at Tiendesitas Ortigas East

Last November 10, 2017, Tiendesitas Ortigas East opened the Philippines' first Street Light Musical Tunnel. This is one of the main attractions now in Pasig this Christmas season.

Christmas Street Light Musical Tunnel at Tiendesitas Ortigas East

OTHER LIGHT SHOWS IN THE PHILIPPINES


4. Puto Bumbong and Bibingka

Of course, we won't forget the food trip in Pasig! Not only in December but the whole year, there are puto bumbong and bibingka vendors in the city. You can find one across Fashion Circle in Kapasigan.

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This energy giant company is a must-visit if you want to complete your Christmas experience in the city! Located in Ortigas, it is very accessible to all commuters. Liwanag Park is lit up with lights and big lanterns together with its giant structures.

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Last but not the least - PASKOTITAP - it's one of the most anticipated events in Pasig all over the year. Paskotitap is a show where all participating barangays are presenting their own-made float one night on the roads of the city.

Routes normally include Caruncho Avenue (front of city hall), Dr. Sixto Antonio Ave. and A. Mabini Rd. in Brgy. Kapasigan and roads in Brgy. San Jose and Brgy. Malinao.


So that's only 6 of many reasons why you must experience Christmas in Pasig! :)


For hotel and staycation in Pasig, check the cheapest rates here.

WHERE TO STAY IN PASIG


Visit Pasig City Guide for news and updates in Pasig. :)

WHERE TO NEXT?


IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please message us on Facebook.

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MORE ABOUT PASIG

Pasig is a city in the Philippines. Located along the eastern border of Metro Manila, Pasig is bordered on the west by Quezon City and Mandaluyong; to the north by Marikina; to the south by MakatiPateros, and Taguig; and to the east by Antipolo, the municipality of Cainta and Taytay in the province of Rizal.
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6 Reasons Why It's More Fun Celebrating Christmas In Pasig City

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These displays and shows will give you more reason to celebrate Christmas in Pasig!

This Christmas season, the whole Metro Manila will light up again. Even it's not yet December, there are Christmas light and "parol" or lantern in the streets everywhere you put your eyes on. This is how Filipinos celebrate Christmas.

But there is more in Pasig during this season. Here, I list the 6 reasons why you must spend and experience Christmas in the city.

1. Dancing Lights Show at Plaza Rizal (Brgy. San Jose)

Early or mid-November, the city government of Pasig starts to set up the glamorous lights and sound all over the oldest park in the city - Plaza Rizal. The whole park is surrounded by thousands of Christmas lights dressed and hanging on the trees. They also place a 2 to 3-storey sized giant Christmas tree.

Christmas Lights Show at Plaza Rizal

The light show lasts every 30 minutes from 6pm to 10pm every night. There are also events that are held at the park starting December that make it more extravagant.

Here's a video clip of the show:
 



2. Animated Christmas Show at Pasig City Hall Complex

Animated Christmas Show at Pasig City Hall Complex

For the past years, Pasig is knows for its own way of treating its citizens in Christmas. One of it is "pakulo" is the animated show every night at the front of Pasig City hall. Although, last year (2016) and this year, the show is put at the Pasig Mega Market just next to the Revolving Tower.

Watch a clip of the show here:


3. Christmas Street Light Musical Tunnel at Tiendesitas Ortigas East

Last November 10, 2017, Tiendesitas Ortigas East opened the Philippines' first Street Light Musical Tunnel. This is one of the main attractions now in Pasig this Christmas season.

Christmas Street Light Musical Tunnel at Tiendesitas Ortigas East

OTHER LIGHT SHOWS IN THE PHILIPPINES


4. Puto Bumbong and Bibingka

Of course, we won't forget the food trip in Pasig! Not only in December but the whole year, there are puto bumbong and bibingka vendors in the city. You can find one across Fashion Circle in Kapasigan.

5. Meralco Liwanag Park (Ortigas Center)meralco liwanag park 2021 meralco lights 2021 meralco liwanag park 2020 schedule meralco christmas lights christmas lights display in metro manila 2021 meralco branches meralco christmas display 2020 christmas display 2021

This energy giant company is a must-visit if you want to complete your Christmas experience in the city! Located in Ortigas, it is very accessible to all commuters. Liwanag Park is lit up with lights and big lanterns together with its giant structures.

6. Paskotitap Festivalpaskotitap tagalog paskotitap festival paskotitap history paskotitap festival description paskotitap pasig paskotitap pasig tagalog paskotitap drawing bambino festival pasig

Last but not the least - PASKOTITAP - it's one of the most anticipated events in Pasig all over the year. Paskotitap is a show where all participating barangays are presenting their own-made float one night on the roads of the city.

Routes normally include Caruncho Avenue (front of city hall), Dr. Sixto Antonio Ave. and A. Mabini Rd. in Brgy. Kapasigan and roads in Brgy. San Jose and Brgy. Malinao.


So that's only 6 of many reasons why you must experience Christmas in Pasig! :)


For hotel and staycation in Pasig, check the cheapest rates here.

WHERE TO STAY IN PASIG


Visit Pasig City Guide for news and updates in Pasig. :)

WHERE TO NEXT?


IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please message us on Facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/tagapasigkami/

MORE ABOUT PASIG

Pasig is a city in the Philippines. Located along the eastern border of Metro Manila, Pasig is bordered on the west by Quezon City and Mandaluyong; to the north by Marikina; to the south by MakatiPateros, and Taguig; and to the east by Antipolo, the municipality of Cainta and Taytay in the province of Rizal.
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Taga Pasig Kami | FacebookTaga Pasig Kami | TwitterTaga Pasig Kami | InstagramIt's More Fun With Juan | Instagram

VISITING PASIG SOON?


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 pasig christmas gift 2021 pasig city mayor before vico sotto pasig political dynasty lanot pasig vico sotto councilor pasig december 8 holiday vico sotto wins vico sotto opponent  paskotitap tagalog paskotitap festival paskotitap history paskotitap festival description paskotitap pasig paskotitap pasig tagalog paskotitap drawing bambino festival pasig

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