December 11, 2020

Find your own beat and dance to the songs of the season as Megaworld Lifestyle Malls reinvents the typical Christmas carol with all the sounds that make the holiday season safer and merrier at your favorite lifestyle malls.


In its recently launched ‘Christmas is Always a Good Time’ video, the highlight of its Christmas campaign, Megaworld Lifestyle Malls hopes to inspire viewers to appreciate the small things in life and recreate them into a symphonic masterpiece of happiness and hope. 


The holiday campaign video introduces the sounds of Christmas under the new normal: footsteps of holiday shoppers, sliding hangers in clothing racks and even the spraying of alcohol in restaurant tables. 

Building up these seemingly ordinary sounds to create a symphonic beat, the video further takes viewers into an auditory and visual feast as shoppers clad in vibrant outfits and masks dance to a reprised Holiday version of Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City’s hit song ‘Good Time’ — all while maintaining a safe distance.


The video also takes viewers on a tour of the new Christmas celebrations: from holiday shopping at Uptown Bonifacio, a couple going out on a holi-date at Newport Mall, gift exchange among friends at Twin Lakes and furparent-furbaby bonding at Eastwood Mall. Adding to the holiday vibes and sights are the cultural showcase of Lucky Chinatown, located at the heart of the world’s oldest Chinatown, and the picturesque scenery of Venice Grand Canal, known as the most romantic mall in the country.

“More good times await you as Megaworld Lifestyle Malls continues to be a happy place for every family, especially this Christmas season. We are doubling down on our efforts to ensure that the spirit of Christmas lives on at Megaworld Lifestyle Malls,” says Graham Coates, first vice president and head of Megaworld Lifestyle Malls. 


“Through masked smiles, thoughtful gift-giving and shopping, safer and merrier dining, support for our local businesses and workers, and safety precautions to keep us and our loved ones safe, Christmas is always a good time at Megaworld Lifestyle Malls,” Coates adds.


This Christmas, Megaworld Lifestyle Malls is inviting shoppers to make their holidays exciting and meaningful with various initiatives. Exclusive deals, instant cashback and prizes await shoppers in Megaworld Lifestyle Malls’ Holiday Quest, where 10 lucky shoppers can win a total of Php 100,000 in PayMaya cash credits and more mall-goers can win instant cashback.


Megaworld Lifestyle Malls and over 300 of its restaurant partners have also joined hands for  Eat Out and Help Out, an initiative aimed at reviving the country’s economy while helping frontliners serving the public and battling the COVID-19 pandemic. For every P1,000 spend at participating restaurants, Megaworld Lifestyle Malls will be donating a hearty meal to a frontliner on behalf of the dining customer. 


A new personal shopper service also aims to provide an easier, safer and more convenient gift shopping experience for shoppers at home in time for the Holiday rush. Now available in Uptown Bonifacio, Eastwood City, Lucky Chinatown and Venice Grand Canal,  Let Megan! is a personal shopping butler service that offers a one-stop solution to the most common shopper woes especially during the holiday season – from gift wrapping to having their gifts delivered at their homes or to their loved ones.

Megaworld Lifestyle Malls currently has 20 lifestyle malls in the country including Eastwood Mall, Eastwood Citywalk and The Clubhouse at Temple Drive in Quezon City; Lucky Chinatown in Binondo, Manila; Uptown Bonifacio, Forbes Town, McKinley West and Venice Grand Canal in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City; Arcovia Parade in Pasig City; Newport Mall at Resorts World Manila in Pasay City; Three Central Mall, Paseo Center and San Lorenzo Place Mall in Makati City; California Garden Square in Mandaluyong City; The Village Square Alabang and Alabang West Parade in Las Pinas City; Twin Lakes Shopping Village in Laurel, Batangas; Southwoods Mall in Binan, Laguna; Mactan Alfresco in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu; and Festive Walk Iloilo in Mandurriao, Iloilo City.