Last updated on January 7th, 2018 at 01:35 pm
Quezon City, how to get there: jeepneys, tricycles, taxis and buses are available in metro Manila, by using this public transportation you can easily reach the city.
The city was composed of different tourist attractions, such as Our Lady of Edsa Shrine a sacred statue of a blessed Virgin Mary built at the middle-of-the-road in Ortigas.
The Camp Aguinaldo and Camp Crame are the biggest military headquarters in Edsa. The University of the Philippines is a very well known school in the Philippines.
The Quezon City Memorial Circle/Shrine in Diliman was built to be a fitness area for local residents. Timog Avenue and Tomas Morato are places for bars, restaurants, clubs and other entertainment.
Ma Mon Luk is a restaurant that was established in 1920’s, this is famous for its siopao and noodles. Araneta Center is the biggest arena in the Philippines and also called Big Dome.
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If you love nature and wildlife, you can visit the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife, a botanical garden with a man-made lagoon good for boating activities; La Mesa Eco Park a 5 hectares eco park where you can run away from the busy and wild city; and QC Memorial Center where you can find the remains of President Manuel L. Quezon and his wife Aurora Quezon.
The Building of variety shows seen on TV is situated in this City, such as ABS-CBN, GMA Network, NBN and other radio stations.
If you want to have a good night after work you can go to Laffline a comedy bar that offers drinks, good food and a stand-up comedian that will shower you with laughter. It is one of the best places to chill, shop and eat.
Keeping mind – Protected nature park is featuring a rain forest, a reservoir, hiking and biking trails and picnic sites.
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