Policarpio Street In Mandaluyong City

Last Christmas, my family visited  Policarpio Street in Mandaluyong City. This is one of the popular places to visit in Metro Manila for free during the holiday season. It is the famous street located in the City of Mandaluyong where several houses are lavishly decorated with fabulous Christmas ornaments and numerous Christmas lights. I have seen a house with a garden statue like the one in campania pottery and it’s beautifully decorated with lights. I wonder if the homeowners hired professional designers to stunningly decorate their houses or they do it on their own.

Here are some of the pictures that we took:

 

The facade of their house is decorated with the nativity.

The facade of their house is decorated with the nativity.

Policarpio St. in Mandaluyong

The House of Santa Claus. I lost count with the number of Santa Claus that I’ve seen in this place. I want to have this kind of decoration in the coming years.

Policarpio St. in Mandaluyong

The decoration of this house is more edgy than the others.

Policarpio St. in Mandaluyong

This makes me feel that I’m in Fantasy Land.

The second photo is what I love best among all. I still prefer the traditional Christmas decor where Santa Claus is present. Someday, if God permits, I’m going to have a house filled with beautiful Christmas decors too.

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Comments

  1. Ane says:

    It’s amazing how these home owners have the time and money and exert effort to decorate their homes for others to see. :) I’d love to visit this place one day. :D

  2. Tina Cors says:

    Beautiful houses, I wonder how much electricity bills nila for December?

    Wish I could take my kids there..

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