When Naga was not yet a city eight years ago, I could not remember when the Christmas lighting started. Anyway, the photos above and below were taken using my iPad. I have several photos last 2013 using my dslr camera which I haven’t blogged about this because I was too busy.
Photos below were taken last December 2013 using a Nikon D5100 with 50mm f/1.8G lens:
This was supposed to be a water fountain but they decorated it with lights.
Everything was covered with Christmas lights at the plaza from trees, to fountains, to the old municipal hall, to monuments and lamp posts.
Naga is like a mini Disneyland during Christmas excluding the rides.
If you want a town getaway at night, Naga is best to visit. Families, group of friends, and couples are very much welcome here. You can even have your picnic at the bermuda grass or purchase some siomai, ngohiong, hanging rice, mango shakes and other food varieties you can find on several food stalls. Also, there is Metro Supermarket which is just beside the plaza.
Aside from the Christmas lights, the Belen or the Nativity Scene is everywhere for competition from different companies and business establishments based in the City of Naga.
More information of the Festival of Lights in Naga, Cebu…
I missed the Dagitab Festival 2014 for I was traveling the past few days for 15 days. Anyway, I have photos of the street dancing last year of 2013, hopefully, I could share it here.
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Roxanne is an aspiring digital nomad. A virtual assistant since October 2009. She is a hobbyist blogger, photographer and travels a lot.