These malls have the best Christmas trees for your selfies and groufies

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SM Mall of Asia's Christmas tree is 50-foot tall, while SM Megamall's is 45-foot tall.


Malls have become more competitive this year in their Christmas themes, trees, and trimmings.

Aside from creativity, some factored in the height, the brightness of the lights, and the colors of ornaments.

Come, let's take a look and target a selfie with each before the Holiday season ends.

The Central Square on Bonifacio High Street picked “Traditions of Christmas” as the main theme of its Yuletide celebrations.

The mall put up a two-story tall tree filled with red and gold decors. 


Shops inside the mall were also tapped to create booths inspired by Santa’s Village which were carefully placed around the Christmas tree.

 

Fashion and music united as Greenbelt unveiled its latest offerings for Christmas 2017.

The said mall located at the heart of Makati City officially started its Yuletide festivities with a lighting ceremony, a fashion show, and a live orchestra performance last Thursday, November 9.


This year, its main theme was to revive Filipino’s Christmas traditions.

Its Christmas tree located at the center of Greenbelt 5 was filled with pink and gold decors.


"Christmas Under the Sea" was SM Aura's theme for the holiday season.

The mall installed a 30-feet-high Christmas tree at the main lobby complete with seashells, mermaids, corals, and other sea creatures.


Shoppers can also enjoy the mall's immersive and experiential "Under The Sea" display through its 10-foot tall x 20-foot wide LED tunnel.


SM North EDSA's tree was inspired by Disney's Tsum Tsum characters which was set in the middle of a "Tsum-tacular Christmas Village."


SM Megamall's 45-foot giant Christmas centerpiece, which was guarded by two white 16-foot stallions, was a sight to behold.

It featured giant tiaras with dazzling sapphire-colored jewels and mirrors.

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Until December 3, fans of Olaf, Anna, or Elsa of the hit movie “Frozen” can grab some merchandise at Disney Pixar’s Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.

Until December 25, at the Mega Atrium, get the chance to have a photo with Santa during his meet and greet sessions.

Until January 7, 2018, at the Event Center, snap a pic with giant Disney Tsum Tsum inflatables and get some collectibles.

Plus the Ballet Philippines will perform the all-time Christmas favorite Nutcracker Suite on December 18, at the Mega Fashion Hall.

Meanwhile, aside from the 50-foot giant Christmas Tree, SM Mall of Asia also created life-sized versions of Santa’s Magical Friends.

Prizes await shoppers before December 25.


Plus don't miss SM MOA's "grandest and brightest parade" every Saturday until December 25.


CITY DREAMS captured the wonders of “European Christmas” this Yuletide season.

The luxury integrated resort and casino complex kicked off its Christmas festivities with the lighting of the 32-foot Christmas tree found at the main lobby entrance.


Aside from the Christmas tree, they also brought two towering 22-foot nutcrackers, a huge Santa’s log cabin, and a sleigh to complete their European-themed decors.

Five golden trees with dancing fairies were also installed inside the resort and casino complex, plus a 22-foot giant teddy bear sparkling with hundreds of LED lights at Nobu Hotel’s Pool Deck.



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