With the holiday season just around the corner, now is the time to get ready with your Christmas decor. If you’re looking for a bargain on the sparkliest and most colorful decorations that will bring the holiday cheer to you and your family, visit Parolan at Araneta City. The annual Parolan Christmas Activity at Araneta City is part of their colorful holiday offering to the public.
The said activity offers multitude of choices: from Christmas lights that dance to the tune of your favorite carols, to garlands that glitter and shine; from Christmas tree ornaments that have a plethora of shapes and colors, to the Pinoy Parol decorated with capiz shells and lit up in red, green and gold. Whatever you choose, these Christmas decors will surely bring a festive touch to every corner of your house.
You can also have your garlands and Christmas trees personalized, making your Christmas ornaments more special.
And if shopping for Christmas ornaments stirs up your appetite, you don’t need to go far as Parolan at Araneta City has a number of food stalls that will surely satisfy your cravings. There are some Filipino Christmas staples to be had, like Puto Bumbong and Bibingka. If you’re up for some street food, delectable grilled meat, and some thirst quenchers, you’ll also find them at Parolan in Araneta City.
Visit now for a worry-free Christmas shopping experience! Parolan at Araneta City strictly observes health protocols and guidelines to ensure a safe experience for everyone who visits. Stores are open from 5 AM to 8 PM daily located at the Farmers Garden Parking along Gen. Mac Arthur Ave.
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