Santa loves any and all cookies and he's always grateful when someone takes the time to leave him a treat. Thanks, Steven!
We're on our way to the Philippines now!
In the Philippines, people traditionally put out star-shaped lanterns called "parols". These lanterns are made out of bamboo and paper and are meant to represent the Star of Bethlehem which led the Three Wise Men to Jesus.
Hi there! Sunny here reporting over Manila. A little cloudy but I like this temperature of 70F.
Elves need pointy ears to hear all the holiday wishes of children around the world!
The reindeer take turns eating carrots at each house but if you leave out more than one, I promise they won't go to waste!
G'day, mates! We're en route to Australia now.
Not to worry, Arshia-- I have my ways of finding out exactly what you want for Christmas :)
The elves are very fashion-forward and love the jingle-jangle of their shoes. Maybe Santa will drop off a pair for you next Christmas ;)
Carols by Candlelight is a widely popular tradition that started in Melbourne in the early 20th century with people gathering in public parks to sing carols by candlelight.
Santa has an almost endless bag that makes room for all the presents we spend all year making.
Not to worry, Chan-- I make sure Santa has a balanced diet!
Chase, a good friend of mine, just asked me me what kind of cookies he should leave out. I'm a fan of chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and peanut butter-- but I appreciate anything you leave out! Merry Christmas, Chase!
It is really nice right now in Singapore! Thunderstorms in the forecast though! We made it just in time!
In order for Santa to have enough energy to deliver all these presents, he needs to eat a lot so he can never have enough snacks! And I'm sure he'd love fruit roll ups
We're just flying over Singapore now! Santa loves Singapore because they boasted the largest Santa statue in all the world! It measures 15.6 m (51 ft) high, 11 m (36 ft) wide and 4 m (13 ft) deep and stood at the entrance to the Tanglin Mall, Singapore, from November 10, 1996 to January 3, 1997. It weighed 2.5 tonnes which reminds us-- Santa plans to go on a diet in the new year!
This just in-- Santa's almost delivered 1.5 billion presents! Jeepers H Crackers!
Santa and I enjoy to relax once the Christmas season is done but the vacation doesn't last long because we're always planning for next Christmas!
Santa believes that you're never too old to believe in Christmas and we all love a good present, don't we?
That's not a bad idea Mahak, what do you say Mrs. Claus?
Make sure you're in bed, Eunice! Santa can't drop them off before you're well asleep :)
We're about 2 minutes away from Bangkok, Thailand! Hope you're all tucked away in bed as we drop off your gifts.
That's a great question, Joey! We get lovely deliveries from our fans around the world throughout the year. I'll often bake up whatever they send - food keeps well here for a long time since it's pretty cold! Brrrr :)
We are flying over Bangkok right now where it is 77 degrees F and clear! Santa is booking it trying to get those gifts delivered. It helps the reindeer fly when they have calm conditions like this!!
Just passed your message over to santa, Cherylina! Santa loves you too.