Ayala Avenue is “woven” with light – 2017 Makati Christmas lighting draws from intricate patterns from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao
This year’s Christmas Street Lighting that uplift moods along the stretch of Ayala Avenue, Paseo de Roxas, and Makati Avenue pays tribute to our cultural heritage via intricate patterns from various regions (Inabel and Burdado from Luzon: Banig Tikog from Visayas; and T’ Boli, Ukli, and Yakan weaves from Mindanao). The Pag-iilaw is a well-loved Makati tradition, and this year’s bright lights are courtesy of Firefly Lighting Corporation.
These gigantic “woven” decors transform the streets into festive landmarks. These lovely Christmas street lights brighten up the holidays for the thousands who work in the central business district, as well as for those who call it home.
“Christmas is the highlight of the year for Filipinos, and we always want to make it special for everyone. By mounting an exquisite Christmas display, and through the Festival of Lights, we provide venues for people to enjoy the spirit of the season,” said Shiella Aguilar, Ayala Land Project Head for Makati.
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