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Lucky Chinatown celebrates Halloween

Lucky Chinatown Mall in Binondo, Manila will open its doors to kids and kids-at-heart for its Halloween “Pet-astic Celebration.” 

Lucky Chinatown celebrates Halloween
Children celebrate ‘Pet-astic’ Halloween at Lucky Chinatown Mall in Binondo, Manila.
Since the premier lifestyle mall started celebrating in 2012, its Halloween event has attracted over 600 children and parents from Manila’s Filipino and Filipino-Chinese community to interact and play together in exciting themed events.

This year, Lucky Chinatown invites children of all ages to celebrate the most fantastic Halloween with their favorite characters from Enchantimals and Hatchimals. Youngsters are also guaranteed hours of fun playing at interactive games and activities. 

Lucky Chinatown celebrates Halloween
Young girls ready for trick-or-treat dressed as their favorite characters.
There will be Enchantimals Matching Game, DIY Face Mask Making, Megabloks Builder Challenge, Face Painting, and Roving Animal Rides happening today until Nov. 3.

On Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., kids can take part in the cutest activities such as The Candy Hunt, Meet and Greet with Cody of Vtech and Hatchimals. It will be capped off with the wildest animal gathering at the ExZOOtic Kiddie Paw-ty Costume Contest, wherein kids are encouraged to put on their favorite animal costume.

To join the activities, purchase P500 worth of merchandise sold at the Atrium.

Lucky Chinatown is located on Reina Regente Street in Binondo. For more information, visit Lucky Chinatown on Facebook or call (02) 576-8139.

Topics: Lucky Chinatown Mall , Binondo , Halloween , Pet-astic Celebration , Filipino-Chinese community
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