SM City Marilao transforms its 3,229 square feet mall atrium to a winter holiday camp destination as it lights up it iconic Christmas centerpiece yesterday.
“Because we missed our shoppers these past 2 years, SM promises to bring back a truly magical experience especially here at SM City Marilao” shares Senior Assistant Vice President for Operations Junias M. Eusebio.
This year’s Christmas centerpiece is inspired by “The Christmas Song” or commonly subtitled as “Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire”. A Christmas attraction for the whole family, the 18-meter winter holiday camp is spread along SM City Marilao’s mall atrium and embellished with gigantic caribou, squirrels, and fire pit as well as a camper van and tent. The nature-inspired details and decorations are full of warmth, creating a cozy atmosphere of idyllic mountainside winter camp.
Sharing the message of hope, joy, and love with every shopper, SM City Marilao likewise lit the 30- foot Christmas tree. Adorned by hundreds of dazzling Christmas balls and ornaments and nearly thousands of LED lights and yards of garland, the repurposed Christmas tree will not only serve as a seasonal centerpiece in the mall but also an opportunity for shoppers to create lasting moments with family and friends through picturesque, unique Christmas attraction.
Shoppers at SM City Marilao may also discover Christmas around every corner as they come across collection of holiday trees and wreaths spread throughout the mall. There would also be surprises, Christmas markets, and family filled Christmas activities that will add extra touch of wonder to holiday shopping.
SM’s holiday centerpieces have been a part of the longstanding tradition that ushers in Christmas time in the province. SM City Marilao’s Winter Holiday Camp will be on display until January 6, 2023.
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