The village also showcases the nativity scene. It also has characters, such as Elsa and Olaf from Disney’s Frozen, Spiderman, Batman, Transformers and of course, Santa Claus.
Caramat added admission to the Christmas village is free as it is her gift to the residents of Calasiao.
The funding for the village was from Caramat’s personal fund.
Executive Secretary Melvi Agustin said the village opened from Nov. 28 and will run until Feb. 14 next year.
“We will require vaccination cards from those who wanted to enter the Christmas village and we also have vaccinators in the area for those who are still not inoculated,” she said.
She added the visitors will be allowed to stay and take pictures inside the village for 15 to 20 minutes per batch.
The village will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
Children below 12 years old will not be allowed to enter without their guardians with them.
Pets, food, drinks and vape are not allowed inside the village.
Touching of decors and taking decors are also prohibited. Philippine News Agency