Agrabah in Manila

Globe Postpaid show us a whole new world today until tomorrow with A Wondrous Place event at SM Aura. 

Agrabah in Manila
A whole new world awaits at Globe’s A Wondrous Place event. 
A Wondrous Place, which is open to all, lets guests experience the streets of Agrabah and get a chance to win movie passes to Disney’s Aladdin. Here are the exciting things happening at the event 

Agrabah-themed Marketplace

Locally made, sustainable products from OIAM, Dream Wide Awake, Home Seek MNL, and Brand New Dailies can be purchased using GCash. Guests can also experience a festival of flavors and taste the essence of the Arabian peninsula at the Festive Food stalls.

Pledge wall

Be a part of a better, whole new world by donating a tree to the Hineleban Foundation—a local organization that promotes environmental conservation through reforestation efforts in Mount Kitanglad, Bukidnon. For only P100 using Globe Rewards points or GCash, guests can donate and name their own tree which will help preserve the primary rainforests in Mindanao. 

Magical activities

Gather the gang and strike your best pose as you ride on a magic carpet, assemble your enchanted gems from the Cave of Wonders, and build your dream castle. Get gold coins from select activities and exchange them for tickets to Disney’s Aladdin.

Magic lamp hunt

Feeling lucky? Find the magic lamp and spin the Genie Grants wheel to get a chance to win exclusive freebies from Globe, like 0917 Aladdin apparel and Funko Pop figures. 

Topics: A Wondrous Place , Globe Postpaid , OIAM , Dream Wide Awake , Home Seek MNL , Disney , Aladdin

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