Christmas is a Season of Giving at Kultura Filipino

With December fast approaching, Filipino are now busy decorating their houses with festive decors signaling the start of the Christmas season in the Philippines. Kultura Filipino, the largest Filipino lifestyle retail chain in the country offering a wide range of world-class, Filipino-made products; showcases Uniquely Filipino Christmas decors in its 10 stand-alone stores and 26 SM Department Store outlets.

Filipinos and foreign visitors can choose among the wide array of Christmas decors including garlands, candle holders, topiary, miniature trees and lanterns available in various Christmas colors and made of different natural materials and fabrics.

Christmas Angel

Angels and the Belen are typical decorations in a Filipino home and these are also available in Kultura in different colors, designs and sizes.

Belen (Nativity Scene)

Uniquely Filipino items include the decors made of capiz shells such as lanterns, candle holders, angels and stars.

Christmas Angels made of Capiz Shells

Christmas Stars made of Capiz Shells

The Crafts for a Cause product line also features Christmas decors made of recycled materials such as the Christmas Balls and Christmas Stars made of recycled colored magazine pages.

Christmas Balls made of recycled magazine pages

Christmas Stars made of recycled magazine pages

Christmas is truly a Season of Giving at Kultura Filipino since most of their products are also excellent Christmas gift items such as furniture, houseware, home decor, garments & fashion accessories, souvenir items and food.

For the complete selection of Christmas products, you can visit Kultura Filipino stores at SM Aura Premier, SM Mall of Asia, SM Makati, SM Megamall, SM Lanang Premier (Davao), SM City Cebu, SM North Edsa - The Annex, SM Fairview, Pico de Loro and Taal Vista Hotel or one of its 26 SM Department Store outlets.

Visit their website for the complete list of stores and outlets. For product updates and promos, Like them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter (@KulturaPH) and Instagram (@kulturafilipino).

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