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Field of lights

By Gelyka Ruth R. Dumaraos, Contributor

The grand opening of Nuvali’s “Magical Field of Lights,” which showcases a dancing field of over 5,000 LED tulips, kicked off the Christmas season in the area.
The visual spectacle, which takes place at The Fields just in front of Ayala Malls Solenad, boasts of a combination of light-and-sound technology.
According to Nuvali marketing manager Jenn Chua, this year’s show is different from last year’s maiden show, which won a Silver Stevie Award for best exhibit display for being the first to mount a light and sound show and installation on an outdoor field.
“This year, the visitors can immerse themselves amidst the 5,000 LED bulbs between the shows,” she said. “The lights are grouped in clusters that now allow the visitors to get closer to the lights. We added colorful light spheres scattered all over the fields as well.”
She added that the show also features three new medleys featuring popular songs such as “Kumukutikutitap,” “Ang Pasko ay Sumapit” and “Joy to the World.” She also highlighted that Nuvali has engaged with local artisans, designers and engineers to bring in the Christmas vibe.
The Fields is also decorated with light installations including a 25-meter long light tunnel. This is a crowd favorite as different installations like Christmas trees and fancy lights are sprawled all over the place. Families can also have spots in which to rest while waiting for a show with available benches and tables.

Nuvali as eco-city
Chua added that the “Magical Field of Lights” is also part of Nuvali’s plan to have a generous 50-50 open-space to built-environment ratio.
“The ‘Magical Field of Lights’ also encourages the community to enjoy the outdoors and Nuvali’s wide. Open, lush spaces and provide a venue for families and the rest of the community to converge, interact and create memories at Nuvali,” she said.
Before witnessing the stunning show, visitors are encouraged to visit the shops at Ayala Malls Solenad, which will feature Christmas bazaars, or have a staycation in the nearby Seda Hotel Nuvali.
This year, people from nearby cities in Laguna, Cavite and Batangas are expected to participate in the tourist arrivals in Nuvali, aside from the close to million visitors last year from Manila.
The light and sound show began on November 11 and will last up to January 7, 2018, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Nuvali is the largest mixed use development of Ayala Land, which is integrated to eco-community at 2,290-hectares. Within its vicinity are 400 shops inside the Ayala Malls Solenad, 150-room Seda Hotel, office buildings, events place, QualiMed Hospital and schools. It also has over 6, 000 residents in its multiple residential developments.

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