Quezon, the largest city in the Philippines, is fast emerging as a hub of information technology and entertainment. Not only is the city famous for its entertainment options, but it is also home to major tourist spots and retail destinations. Two of the Philippines’ best universities, Ateneo De Manila University and the University of the Philippines in Diliman, are located in the city. There is a lot to explore in the city of Quezon.
Art in Island is the world’s first selfie museum. The museum allows visitors to take photos with murals and 3D paintings. It is one of the best places to visit in Quezon City. There is never a dull moment at the museum.
Sining Kamalig is one of the most popular art galleries in the Philippines and attracts tourists and natives in equal numbers. The artwork is one of a kind and has a great story behind it. Some of the artworks describe the life of indigenous people of the Philippines.
La Mesa Eco Park is a must-visit if adventure runs in your veins. Not only is this park famous for its majestic beauty, but activities like mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, rappelling, zip-lining, and fishing also make it a favorite among tourists.
Quezon Memorial Circle is a popular amusement park in the Philippines and one of the best places to enjoy with kids. With green spaces, amazing scenery, dining stalls, and shopping outlets, it is an ideal place to enjoy and spend quality time.
Recommended Dishes in Quezon City
Quezon is famous for its sausages, noodles, cakes, rice cakes and mouth watering desserts. Some of the popular dishes include Longganisa of Lucban, garlic-flavored sausage enriched with coco vinegar, Lucban’s Pancit Habab, Miki noodles sauteed with pork meat and soy sauce, Budin, cassava cake, Leche Puto, steamed rice cake with caramel custard and Yema Cake, custard flavored sponge cake with a grated cheese topping. Kamayan Sa Palaisdaan Restaurant, Sadik Resto Bar, Catalino's Cafe and Restaurant and MJD Urban Escape Farm are some of the best restaurants in the city. They offer the best of Quezon cuisine at affordable prices.
How to Reach Quezon City
Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the closest airport to the city of Quezon and is at a distance of 9.9 miles from the city. It serves both domestic and international flights going to and from Quezon. Other airports include the Jomalig Island Airport, Alabat Island Airport, and the Pagbilao Grande Island Airport. They serve the provinces of Jomalig, Quezon and Alabat Island. The major forms of public transport in Quezon are buses, trains, tricycles, cabs, and jeepneys.
Best time to visit Quezon City
The months between December and February are the best months to visit Quezon City. The weather during these months is warm and pleasant making it ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities.
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