Festive Walk Parade is a part of the 72-hectare township and the area is filled with lighted installations with the theme “Enchanted Forest of Lights”.
As the sun sets, the area is lighted up with more than 38 giant animals for a “nostalgic childhood of Christmas”. Personally, at first glance, it feels like there are like patronuses (s/o to my fellow Potterheads). The night was filled with families, group of friends, colleagues and classmates who are busy taking photos all over the place.
Animals on display includes squirrels, penguins, dogs, polar bears, giraffes, horses, seahorses, dolphins, whales, fishes, deer and other non-animal light installations such as pearls inside its shell and palm trees. Other animals and light installation is located throughout Megaworld area in its different buildings and streets.
Other Things to Do
Festive Walk Parade have a good restaurants to start with. After feeling hungry, you can stop by any of them. In addition, you can also visit the Festive Walk Mall for more food places. At the outdoor atrium is where the 40-foot Christmas tree is located. You can freely take photos with the whole family.
If you are planning to visit earlier, you can have a quick art tour in Iloilo Museum of Contemporary Arts, Mamusa Art Gallery and sometime Book Latte is also holding art exhibitions. In the mall area, there are also exhibits going on from time to time in the Arte Tierra Gallery, along the mall lobbies or in the indoor atrium.
Children can also play in the playground area in the outdoor atrium, mountain climbing area in front of Marketplace or at Kidzoona in the 3rd Floor.
Endless Photo Opportunities
Festive Walk Mall and Parade are very instagrammable. There is a good number where you can strike a pose and click the camera.
So, if you are checking a place where to go next, Megaworld area could be an ideal choice.