Sunday, December 1, 2019

Shangri-La Plaza sparks the beginning of the season as it lights up its grand Christmas tree

Christmas at Shangri-La Plaza officially begins on December 1, as the leading lifestyle destination holds its anticipated yearly Christmas Tree Lighting at the Grand Atrium, 6:00PM on Sunday.

Shangri-La Plaza EVP and General Manager Lala Fojas and Mandaluyong Councilors Benjie Abalos III and Charisse Abalos perform the ceremonial lighting of the mall’s 58-foot Santa’s workshop-inspired Christmas tree, considered as one of the largest in the city. The festivities then continue with performances from the “Father of Philippine Christmas Carols” Jose Mari Chan, acclaimed ensemble Philippine Madrigal Singers and its own Mini Madz.

The Shang’s grand Christmas tree is one of the centerpieces of the mall’s stunning holiday d├ęcor that showcase the magical, pristine, and colorful world of Santa’s Wonderland. Mall guests are welcomed by elves at the entrances, with candy cane pillars supporting the official seal of the North Pole, and giant stars and Christmas balls dangling from the ceiling.

Exciting activities and musical performances have also been lined-up for mall guests throughout the month of December, including the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra, Ateneo Chamber Singers, Ballet Philippines, and more. Aside from these, Shang has its ongoing holiday raffle promo with mall guests getting an opportunity to win a brand-new F-Pace Prestige SUV from luxury vehicle brand Jaguar with every P2,500 purchase until February 16, 2020.

There’s no better place to celebrate than at Shangri-La Plaza. #FeelTheShangVibe and step into Santa’s Wonderland as the magic of Christmas commences this December.

For inquiries, call 8370-2597 or 98 or visit Follow the Shang on Instagram: @shangrilaplazaofficial.

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