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Christmas House in Filinvest Cainta

Christmas House in Filinvest Cainta

Christmas feeling is in the air and people get busy making a Christmas tree with a combination of Christmas lights arrangement as finishing touches. As a kid, I’ve always wanted to see colorful lights because they make me happy and comfortable especially a Christmas house.

A Christmas house full of lights with different patterns amazes me every time. Sometimes I get jealous and asked my mom to buy Christmas lights. And of course, I am more than willing to display it myself just to have something that I can call ours. Some of you, of course, feel the same way, I hope… But definitely, who doesn’t like seeing something nice, right? Even if it is out of your budget, you still exert effort to have at least something that you can display as a Christmas ornament. Also, there are those who just have everything to create something flashy and transform their houses from ordinary to extraordinary Christmas house.

Christmas House in Cainta

I know there are a lot of places that make their places become extra flashy to intensify the Christmas spirit. Most of the time, people give gifts to their neighbors. Some of them transform a park into a Christmas-themed park. Of course, people do Christmas events and parties to make everyone happy! πŸ™‚

So, we were talking about Christmas house, there are also Christmas villages around. And we have one in Cainta, Rizal. So, if you are somewhere around Rizal province, you can drop by the Christmas village in Filinvest Cainta.

Christmas House Filinvest Cainta

How To Get There

– From Cubao, ride a jeepney going to Antipolo (Sumulong Highway) then drop off to Filinvest beside McDonald’s before SM Masinag.
– If you prefer riding the LRT 2 platform, you can drop off to Santolan station and ride a jeepney going to Filinvest.
– If you are going from Antipolo City, ride a jeepney going to Cubao, then drop off to Filinvest.

Entrance

Once you are in Filinvest’s entrance, you just have to fall in line and prepare your ID. Because, no ID, no entry policy. Don’t worry because there is no entrance fee. It’s absolutely FREE! πŸ™‚

Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta

Where To Go

After you get your free pass, you can either ride a tricycle going to the Christmas house or burn your fats by doing a 10-minute walk. It’s not really hard to locate it because there are people going to the same place by foot. So, we just followed them. Actually, the sign that you are there is when you see the crowd already.

Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta

 

 

 

 

As you noticed, there’s just too many people out there. And it’s kind of hard to take a solo picture without photobombers on the side. Nevertheless, the place is absolutely stunning! See, my friend enjoy a lot! πŸ™‚

 

 

Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta

A Belen. It is a Christmas symbol in the Philippines which represents the Nativity of Jesus Christ.

For The Kids

You know that Christmas is for everyone, especially for the kids and kids at heart. This place has an effigy of your favorite superheroes!

Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta

Another Christmas House

If you think we are done already, you are wrong! We are heading to the next house that I think is my favorite because of its astonishing Christmas light arrangements. I’m sure you won’t get enough of this, so, let’s go ahead and explore the next.

Christmas House Filinvest Cainta

Tada!!! πŸ™‚ I am really amazed by this one. Imagine, your house being covered with Christmas lights. Of course, it’s hard to maintain. But still, it is absolutely stunning and pretty!

Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta

As you can see, it’s really crowded here. But don’t worry because they have security guards. Well, you can’t blame people for having fun, right? Let’s all have fun as we take more pictures inside! πŸ™‚

Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta
Christmas House Filinvest Cainta

Final Words

Yeah!!! πŸ™‚ It’s really nice to feel like a kid again. It’s so nice that people exert effort to setup something like this. I heard that the family who opened this house to the public is doing this as a tradition of sharing the Christmas spirit. It doesn’t just make you happy, your will touched when you see other people smile and happy for just seeing things like this. Of course, you can also experience this too! Go ahead and visit Filinvest Christmas houses and enjoy the experience.

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Why wizardandi? Because wizard + andi = wizardandi. Since childhood, I always wanted to become a wizard because I love magic. It is fascinating and awesome. I also like eating, gaming, watching anime, gadgets, and going out with my good friends.

24 Comments

  1. evun tarra

    hi andi !!!
    is this place still open at this time ???

    • Andi

      Hi! I am not sure if it still open though. Sorry, I don’t have their contact πŸ™

  2. Thelittlelai: Beyond limits

    What else should I say ? Everything about this Christmas house is enchanting and captivating! Anyone who would visit this place will surely feel the ambiance of Christmas as what I felt now. The photos were taken so good and beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

    • Andi

      Thanks Lai!!! Merry Christmas to you πŸ™‚

  3. Sheena

    This is one of the most amazing Christmas wonderlands I’ve seen – fantastic photos, you’ve really captured the holiday spirit. I love the displays of superheroes, I would go crazy with selfies if I was there! Just 6 more days to go, Merry Christmas!

    • Andi

      Merry Christmas Sheena! We can both feel the holiday spirit already!

  4. Marge

    Oh em gee I wanna go! When I was a kid, my father would take us to our newly built house in Imus Cavite for the holidays. That long stretch of road going to the subdivision was a delight for me because every single house goes all out with their Christmas decorations. It’s literally a Christmas village. So it’s nice to see places like this that are still dedicated to making this holiday extra special. I might just go for a visit, I’m taking my friends or much better my siblings, nieces, and nephews.

    • Andi

      Aww, brings back childhood memories! When I was a kid too, our subdivision was filled with lights too that you can feel the Christmas vibes. But as time goes by, things started to change. I’m happy that there are still people who do this and it’s a good idea to bring your loved ones to have such wonderful experience.

  5. Neha Verma

    I love the way this place is illuminated. It is crowded but I won’t mind . With all the other wonderful things around..I would love to have an experience here

    • Andi

      You won’t really mind the crowd at all because everyone feels very happy and it is all about giving too. Everyone can enjoy this experience for free

  6. Erica M Poyauan

    This illumination brings so much joy to spectators. Happy that the owner doesn’t charge visitors πŸ™‚ Exactly what Christmas spirit is all about πŸ™‚

    • Andi

      Yes! It feels really good that you don’t have to pay for this because the owner wants to share this Christmas vibes to everyone. And that is so awesome of them!

  7. Anita

    WoW! I really like your photos! Full of lights make me feel Chris atmosphere!

    • Andi

      Definitely a Christmas atmosphere in here πŸ™‚

  8. Claire Summers

    Wow this place looks amazing! That has to be the most Christmassy thing I have ever seen! I’m in the USA for Christmas and people really go to town here dressing up their house with lights and figured in their front garden. We don’t really do it in the UK. This makes the houses on our street look dull. Incredible!

    • Andi

      I didn’t know that UK doesn’t celebrate that much. But I guess, it all depends on the country and region you were born and living. It’s all about tradition too but good thing that you are amazed at how the Christmas spirit is all about.

  9. LC

    I love how over the top some people go with their decorations. I grew up in Sydney and there was one street that would out do itself year after year. It was a family tradition to go check them out ever Crimbo, it even had the feel of a tiny little fair.

    • Andi

      Wow, that seems to be fun to see that as a tradition. You will have something to expect something wonderful every year.

  10. SindhuMurthy

    Woow ! this place looks like a fairyland. The pictures are too good. Especially the one where the lights are hung from teh ceiling. How I wish I could see it myself!

    • Andi

      I love it too! The lights hanging from the ceiling! It was awesome to look at

  11. Augustin Ra

    I agree with Amanda. With all the festive lights, I couldn’t imagine the owner’s bill. Hahaha! πŸ˜€ But I can’t deny visiting a place like that makes the Christmas season a bit more festive. πŸ˜€

    • Andi

      I can’t even try to estimate the cost. But all for the sake of being festive and all, I salute them for making this and sharing something like this to those people who just want to experience Christmas feels even for a short time. πŸ™‚

  12. amanda

    wow this looks amazing!!!!!! how many houses were there? and I can’t help but wonder what the electricity bill looks like!

    • Andi

      If I am not mistaken there are only 2 houses that are featured. And yes, the first thing that came into my mind is the electricity bill hahaha πŸ™‚

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