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Mandani Bay ushers in the holiday season with festivities and musical delight as it hosts Christmas by the Bay 2020, a multiple tree lighting ceremony held at the Mandani Bay Show Gallery on November 7.
Following strict implementation of health protocols, waterfront township development Mandani Bay revealed its most anticipated Christmas look with a grand fireworks display, savoury delights, musical performances featuring local Cebuano artists, and a drum and bugle corps.
“Christmas by the Bay” showcases Mandani Bay’s solidarity with the Cebuanos as it presents this year a red and gold luxury metal Christmas design theme that exudes a harmonious and blissful holiday season and a sophisticated lifestyle that is Mandani Bay.
“We all know that 2020 has been very challenging for all of us. But despite that, there are still a lot of reasons to celebrate. Cautiously and responsibly, we will move forward with gratitude and hope that we will soon see a full recovery for all the Philippines and the rest of the world,” said Jeffrey Lun, HTLand Project Advisor.
Much awaited for its unique designs and elegant execution, the multiple tree-lighting ceremony has become a Mandani Bay tradition bringing together homeowners, partners, and guests in celebration of oneness and shared delight.
The celebration was attended by HTLand and VICSAL Group executives, Mandaue City Mayor Jonas Cortes, homeowners, employees, other guests, and partners.
Open until 9 PM daily, the Christmas display at the Mandani Bay Show Gallery in F.E. Zuellig Avenue, Mandaue City, is up for public viewing. The public is also welcome to visit Mandani Bay’s world-renowned Show Gallery from Monday to Saturday, 10 AM to 6 PM.
Take a look at some of the actions and highlights from the Christmas tree lighting event below:
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The Mandani Bay Show Gallery and HTLand, Inc. Corporate Office are among the first establishments in Mandaue City to receive a Seal of Safety Certification