Quezon City Tourist Spots


Quezon City Tourist Spots

Quezon City is a place that is rich in history and there are plenty of Quezon City tourist spots that you can explore to learn more about it. That being said, there are also several churches with interesting architecture to visit, wildlife parks to explore, and plenty of historic museums to experience during your visit.

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Top Things to Do in Quezon City

Quezon CIty Tourist spots - Downtown skyline

Some of the best places to explore in Quezon City are located right in the city itself. You can learn about the history of the area, check out some art, or even go shopping for a while. Let’s take a look at some of the best things to do in Quezon City while you are visiting.

Check out Quezon City Memorial Circle

If you like to combine history and fun, then the Quezon City Memorial Circle is a great place to visit. The main attraction here is the 217-foot shrine that was built as a dedication to Manuel L Quezon, the former president. The shrine is three columns with an angel sculpture on top of each. Inside the park, there is a playground that is designed for smaller children called the “Circle of Joy.” Here you will find amusement park rides, bikes, and other fun activities.

Check out this guide to Quezon City Memorial Circle by Mommy Kay. 

Go Shopping at TriNoma

Trinoma is one of the most popular places to go shopping in Quezon City. The mall opened in 2007 with some great shops and restaurant option. It has a movie theater as well as a garden that is located on the roof where live entertainment often takes place.

Try Mystery Manila

Mystery Manila is a role playing game that places you and a group of your friends in a situation that you have to escape from. The themes vary, depending on the room that you choose, but the objective is to solve the mystery and get to safety within an hour of time. If you are looking for unique things to do in this area, then Mystery Manila is a great indoor activity that the entire family will love.

Be sure to check out Mystery Manila in Quezon City. 

Be Creative at Art in Island

One of the Quezon City Tourist Spots that you will want to check out, especially if you have kids is Art in Island. It is basically a three-dimensional art museum that allows you to have a hands on experience. The idea of this museum is that you become part of the artwork. The only rule is that visitors cannot wear shoes so that the art does not become damaged.

Check out this guide to Art in Island by Seek The World. 

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Top Things to See in Quezon City

Quezon City Tourist Spots - Things To See

Sometimes when you are on vacation, you would sooner take in the sights and relax a bit. This could mean sunbathing on a beach, visiting a park, or checking out one of the other places to visit in Quezon City. Let’s take a look at some of the best things to see in the city.

Explore La Mesa Eco Park

If you want to get acquainted with nature while you are in Quezon City, then La Mesa Eco Park is a great place to visit. It actually houses one of the only rainforests in Manila, but there is also an orchidarium and a butterfly garden that you can enjoy. If you decide that you want to be a bit more active when you arrive, you can bungee jump or zip line at the park and take in the beautiful scenery as you do.

Check out this guide to La Mesa Park by Manila For Kids.

Visit Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center

This park is actually a rescue center for animals that are in need. It serves as a location that helps injured and sick animals that have no other location to rehabilitate. The 56-acre park is also the perfect place for a long walk, so if you simply want a relaxing day in the park, this is one of the places to visit in Quezon City.

Visit Sanctuario de San Pedro Bautista Church

If you like history, then the Sanctuario de San Pedro Bautista Church is definitely a place to visit because it is the second oldest church in the Philippines. It is a Baroque-style church that was built in 1590. One of the reasons that the architecture of the church is so beloved is the Romanesque interior and the meditation cave.

Check out this guide San Pedro Bautista Church by Traveler On Foot. 

Food to Try in Quezon City

Food to try in the Philippines

Food is an important part of any city that you visit. Each area of the world has food that is unique to that area, so when you visit places like Quezon City, it is important to try some of the local favorites. Here are a few dishes that you should try during your travels.

Check out this guide of the top Filipino food bloggers.

Lechon

This is a pig that is cooked over hot coals until the skin splits open and then served with liver sauce. If you want to try Lechon, then Elar’s Lechon is a great place to eat.

Laing

This is taro leaves that are cooked in a broth of coconut milk. This dish is typically served over rice, and sometimes meat is added to the dish for a variation on the flavor. Dencio’s Bar and Grill has a great variation of Laing.

Relyenong Alimango

This is a noodle dish with meat and vegetables that are served on a banana leaf. Old Center Panciteria has been making these noodles by hand since 1937 so they have perfected the recipe.

Empanada de Kaliskis

This is a chicken meat pie that has a flaky outer crust that has been deep fried to a golden perfection. These pies taste amazing when they are fresh, which is why the Empanada de kaliskis at Adarna Food and Culture tastes so great.

Bibingka

Bibingka is a sweet rice cake that is made using coconut and kesongputi, which is a cheese that is unique to the area. These cakes taste the best when they are hot, so make sure to hit the markets early if you are looking for a sweet snack.

Facts and Statistics of Quezon City

  • Quezon City is the largest city in Metro Manila.
  • Approximately 90 percent of the population is Roman Catholic.
  • The Quezon City Hall is one of the tallest buildings in the Philippines.
  • Quezon City has the largest population in the Philippines.
  • There are four political districts within the city.
  • Quezon City was originally named Balintawak City.
  • Quezon City was actually the capital of the Philippines from 1948 to 1976.
  • Half of the population is under 24 years of age, so it is often referred to as the “City of the Young.”

Final Thoughts

Quezon City is a great place to visit in the Philippines. Quezon City tourist spots range from monuments and parks to ancient caves and places of worship. There is truly something for everyone in this city, so why not make it your next vacation destination? The food is even amazing, especially if you know where to look. What is your favorite place to visit in Quezon City? Let us know in the comments so that the next time someone visits the city, they can check it out in person.

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