10 Best Free Christmas Lights and Displays in Metro Manila


No need to go out of town to experience a colorful and spectacular Christmas. Here we give you the 10 best Christmas lights and displays in Metro Manila you and your family can enjoy, for free!

10 Free Best Christmas Lights and Displays in Metro Manila

1. Okada Manila

Okada Manila’s 8-meter high Gingerbread house is the resort’s biggest gingerbread house ever! Award-winning pastry chefs and skillful artisans from Paete, Laguna, made Christmas magic with 1,500 kilos of flour, 30 kilos of gingerbread spices, 320 kilos of honey, 3,000 eggs, 60 liters of milk, and recycled resources.


Visit Okada Manila’s Gingerbread house at New Seaside Dr, Parañaque, 1701 Metro Manila.

Gingerbread house Okada Manila

2. Prism of Lights – SM Aura Premier

SM Aura Premier with Huawei Mobile Philippines showcases an interactive art exhibit Prism of Lights. The lights’ color change depending on the music so you can have blue, green, red, or multiple colors each time you watch the show. It is part of the SM Aura’s Christmas in the Sparkling Wild you can watch for free until January 7.


SM Aura Premier is located at 26th Street, Corner McKinley Pkwy, Taguig.

Prism of Lights - SM Aura Premier
(Image from Spot.ph)

3. Meralco Liwanag Park

The country’s primary electric power distribution company offers more lights and attractions this year. You can enjoy its Light Tunnel, Christmas Train, and eScooter Rides with your family and friends. The park is open from November 23, 2019, to January 5, 2020, from Monday to Thursday from 7:00-10:00 PM, 6:00-11:00 PM on weekends, and 6:00-12:00MN during the Holidays. Admission is free, but an adult should accompany children at all times.

Meralco Liwanag Park’s address is at Pasig, Metro Manila.

Meralco Liwanag Park
(Image from ABS-CBN News)

4. Ayala Triangle Gallery of Lights

This Christmas lights show will make you feel nostalgic with its three medleys feature: techno-inspired number from Tris Suguitan, the jazz-inspired tunes of the Big Band medley from Mel Villena, and a Filipino variety by Von de Guzman. Visit the Ayala Town Center on December 21, 22, and 23 to watch its 3D-mapping shows at the dome of Tower One every 30 minutes, from 6:30 PM until mall closing.

Bring your family and friends at the Ayala Triangle Gardens at Paseo De Roxas St Cor Makati Ave, Cor Ayala Ave, Makati, and catch the light show every 30 minutes from 6 PM to 10 PM until January 12, 2020.

Ayala Triangle Gallery of Lights
(Image from nolisoli.ph)

5. City of Dreams Manila

Relive your childhood with City of Dreams Manila’s miniature and oversized Christmas displays. Bring out the child in you with its bigger-than-life toys and Café Society’s miniature gingerbread town.

Visit City of Dreams Manila at Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard Entertainment City Manila, Parañaque.

City of Dreams Manila Christmas
(Image from ClickTheCity)

6. Tiendesitas’ Gift of Wonders

Beginning November 4, 2019, until January 5, 2020, friends and families can visit the Gift of Wonders, a bigger-than-life installation that will awaken your Christmas and gift-giving spirit, located at the Food and Pet Village. It is located at  Ortigas Avenue corner E. Rodriguez Avenue, 1606 Pasig.

Tiendesitas' Gift of Wonders
(Image from PhilStar)

7. Ortigas East Christmas Street Musical Light Tunnel

Illuminating the Ortigas East estate in Pasig City, the light display will be playing in the tune of well-loved Christmas songs, something that families and friends will enjoy during the holidays. There will also be a nightly StrEAT Food night market from November 5 to January 5, 2020, where foodies can enjoy their favorite local street foods.

The Ortigas East Christmas Street Musical Light Tunnel will be open to the public every night from 6 PM to 10 PM, starting November 5, 2019, to January 5, 2020. It is located at Ortigas Avenue corner E. Rodriguez Avenue, 1606 Pasig.

Ortigas East Christmas Street Musical Light Tunnel
(Image from Paula Cabildo)

8. Araneta City’s Christmas Animated Display

Araneta City’s display features five Christmas stories such as the little drummer boy, Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, and Santa Claus and the birth of Jesus. Visitors can also go around Times Square Food Park, which offers various activities like a synthetic ice rink, booths, and rides.

You can watch Araneta City’s Christmas Display from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays to Thursdays and from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays at Gateway Tower, Cubao, Quezon City.

Araneta City's Christmas Animated Display
(Image from Araneta City)

9. Filinvest City’s Christmas Village

Festival Mall holds its Lights Show daily, live performances every Saturday, and Santa Claus on Sundays. Shoppers can enjoy all of the mall’s Christmas shows from November 15 to December 31.

Visit Water Garden, Festival Mall at Festival Supermall Expansion Wing, Alabang, Muntinlupa.

Filinvest City's Christmas Village
(Image from Filinvest City/Facebook)

10. Nuvali’s teamLab Water: Interactive Water Show

Here’s a water show you would not want to miss. teamLab Water features four unique digital experiences, including art, science, technology, design, and the natural world. Nuvali’s teamLab Water Interactive Water Show happens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, from 6 PM to 9 PM at the Globe Lakeside of Nuvali.

Nuvali's teamLab Water Interactive Water Show
(Image from teamLa Water)

Which of the 10 Free Best Christmas Lights and Displays in Metro Manila do you like the most?