Christmas begins at SM Megamall’s Santa’s Crystal Castle
This Christmas season, SM Megamall will open the doors of Santa’s Crystal Castle at the Mega Fashion Hall.
Santa’s Crystal Castle will feature a 40-feet Christmas tree inspired by the bright streetlights of London and adorned with a string of gems, crystals, snowflakes, and metal ornaments, with red telephone booth and toy soldier ornaments. Moreover, in partnership with Canon Philippines, SM Megamall’s Christmas centerpiece will open its doors to the public to our first-ever interactive Crystal Room that has over a thousand fairy lights where all shoppers can experience and capture interactive moments.
“This year, to light up our Yuletide celebration, we will bring Santa’s Crystal Castle here at SM Megamall. The 40-ft. Christmas centerpiece and exciting events will give our shoppers a one-of-a-kind English Christmas experience,” said AVP of Operations for Premier 2 Malls, Christian Mathay.
To make the celebration even more special for kiddie shoppers, Thomas and Friends will perform Holiday dance numbers at the Event Center of Mega A from December 2 to 12. Plus, experience exciting games, costume contests, amazing raffle prizes! In partnership with McDonald’s, SM shoppers will get a chance to win 1 out of 3 Thomas-themed birthday parties and more.
Kids and kids at heart can also look forward to a Lego Christmas event from December 16 to 25 at SM Megamall. Lego fans can enjoy a meet and greet with Lego characters, a free play area, a family Lego building competition, and taking photos at the Lego Christmas tree display.
#MegaBrightChristmas await shoppers at Santa’s Crystal Castle at SM Megamall! For updates, visit https://www.smsupermalls.com or follow SM Supermalls and SM Megamall at Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @smmegamall @smsupermalls.
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