Things to Do in Quezon City

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  • Trittle L
    San Andres, Philippines172 contributions
    Went here with my partner and kid, and it's a real treat for some wholesome family fun. Make sure you wear clean socks since it entails a lot of walking over painted floors. Comfortable clothing is also advisable so you can do your most outrageous poses. The 3D-like paintings are really amazing and makes for some marvelous shots. These are authentic artworks by modern artists which provides interactive appreciation of paintings. Who says art has to be boring, right?
    Written 5 August 2022
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  • travelbud.net
    Luzon, Philippines113 contributions
    Though there are full of offices here, there are also malls and lots of restaurants as well as bars.
    Written 25 June 2020
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  • MRBP
    Luzon, Philippines246 contributions
    Visited way back approximately 10 years ago, it is nice to stroll around surrounded by trees and hearing the sounds of nature
    Written 2 April 2021
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  • shachi1008
    Metro Manila, Philippines12 contributions
    There are a lot of things to do here.
    I visited on a sunday morning, I am not sure if they offer the same activities during weekdays.
    You can eat local food and snacks.
    You can do some activities such as arnis, boxing, taekwondo, zumba, etc.
    You can also find the Manuel Quezon musem here.

    Bring extra clothes if you are planning to stroll around the park.
    Written 13 January 2020
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  • alexyap55
    Quezon City, Philippines4 contributions
    I enjoyed jogging in this area since there are many trees that offer shade and vendors that offered refreshments.
    Written 28 April 2021
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  • jonac676
    Manila, Philippines13 contributions
    I was truly impressed by its well manicured gardens and the serene atmosphere that it offers. The Poor Clares have always lived up to the ideals of simplicity and deep love of God.

    The prayerful ambience got me. I knelt and whispered my most fervent prayers.
    Written 25 February 2020
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  • KIMI4812
    Quezon City, Philippines1,056 contributions
    Among the new saints of the millenium, Padre Pio has become very popular among childless couples, persons stricken with grave health issues and those praying for miracles. In Metro-Manila, St. Pio Chapel located in C5 has emerged to be a new center of faith. There are healing masses which attracts church goers not only from the Metro Manila cities but also from provinces from the north and southern Tagalog. A very charismatic Capuchin Friar, Padre Pio was known to be a Stigmatist and last year his uncorruptible heart came to be reverred by the faithful. The church grounds can be access through C5 but is tucked inside a quiet compound. The main church is small and can occupy maybe a 200 pax capacity. However, benches abound in the open garden and grounds which normally are also filled by church goers that cannot be accomodated in the interiors of the Chapel. For Catholics, this place has become a beacon of hope to the searchers and those needing God's grace.
    Written 8 October 2019
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  • Christian Carzon
    Luzon, Philippines18 contributions
    I'm so happy, at the same time proud of my Alma Matter's Diocese. They've done really a great job in renovating the church. And some of artist and people I know such as my Chef, and relatives had done their wedding here. It's been a pleasure to be one of the alumni of Immaculate Conception Cathedral School.
    Written 1 December 2019
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  • Des
    Quezon City, Philippines583 contributions
    Whenever I go to food parks, I get confused on what I want to eat because I would want to taste everything :)

    There are alot of choices and if you go on the weekends. The place is packed!

    I love the ambiance! Very instagramworthy!
    Written 7 January 2019
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  • tricia739
    2 contributions
    It’s always fun to visit galleries, especially when the gallery features young and upcoming local artists.
    Written 8 February 2019
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  • Victorianlad
    Melbourne, Australia16,686 contributions
    This is a government-run establishment. It shows, and I don't mean that in a good way.

    I entered via Quezon Avenue, although those with cars driving in many enter via North Avenue.

    It is about 23 hectares, peaceful when one gets away from the noise of jeepneys and other vehicles on these major roads.

    Admission was P100 for foreigners but only P30 for locals. Had I been older, as a senior citizen I would have been admitted for free.

    While far better than the disgraceful Manila Zoo, the animals and birds at NAP&WC were displayed in highly variable settings.

    On the plus side, the three South American macaws and the about ten African grey parrots had aviaries in which they could fly. The sole saltwater crocodile had a reasonably sized enclosure, albeit with brackish water as did the lonely looking Australian cassowary.

    However the numerous Philippine cockatoos and some eagles and kites such as the Brahminy were in cages that were way too small. The cages were old and rustiing. I felt sorry for these birds that were unable to properly fly for any distance.

    The lake was far nicer than India's Ooty Lake that was my most recent comparison. The Ninoy Aquino lake had some fish in it - many - and some water lilies that added to the vista.

    I walked around the lake. The fishing village was deserted.

    There are vendors selling a good range of snacks and drinks, and some seating, plus many trees including Australian eucalypts.

    There was no visible rubbish - a plus - but many of the concrete paths could do with maintenance. The worst was in the 'recovery for wildlife' section where much of the concrete had broken up.

    There is a relatively new function centre on site.

    With better care and upkeep, plus bigger cages for birds, this could be a very good attraction. Unfortunately, no one in government probably cares (unless thay can palm off some of the admission fees themselves).
    Written 11 January 2020
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  • Papa P
    84 contributions
    This mall for for budget conscious people. The place is stemming with boutiques that offers low prices clothes shoes and the like it also has a grocery store and food stores are all over the place. The center lobby sometimes offer shows for everybody
    Written 19 October 2018
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  • RuwSventusx
    Quezon City, Philippines18 contributions
    I went here with my friend and we can really say that we enjoyed. It was my first time going here, and its a beautiful place to relax and have some drinks and food. Next time I am going to bring my boyfriend here. I am sure he will love the place. Though we had a problem with using the restroom because there's only a public restroom and you will need to pay to use it. But thanks that they provide tissue. Other than this, the experience was perfect.
    Written 4 November 2021
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  • Al Ali
    Mactan Island, Philippines415 contributions
    a nice place to rest and have clear thoughts ,nice restaurants and like a tambayan nan Bayan areas ,the big mall is great with variety of Restaurants mainly night life and barakadas ,good for business meeting too in the building facing TGIF.
    Written 9 June 2022
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  • Indy27
    Forest Lake, MN187 contributions
    a beautiful church that truly adds to the magic of religious belief. Go to the service and stay afterwards to enjoy the spectacular altar
    Written 22 March 2019
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