Stone House Quezon City

1315 E. Rodriguez Avenue, Quezon City, 1100, Philippines
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Going on a 5-day vacation in Manila-- Alone

by esoteric.chubby.miss

hello friends!

im a 30ish single lady... planning to go to manila alone on february 5 to 10... i'm planning to stay at ACL Suites in 13th Ave, Cubao, Quezon City...

i searched for hotel reviews but i didnt get much feedback about ACL... can anyone share their opinion about the place?

this is actually my nth trip to manila but this is the very first time im gonna stay in a budget hotel-- alone--- with no one to drive me around the metro...

i have several questions... and i hope you guys could help me...

1. how much would i spend for a taxi fare from NAIA 3 to cubao? (ETA manila is around 12 noon)?

2. i would like to go to the fort.... is it easy to go there and return to cubao by taxi? how much would it cost?

3. what are the nice places to check out at night?

4. what are the malls i should visit?

would really love to maximize my vacation... i would appreciate it if you can share with me a 5-day trip plan...

thanks in advance

Re: Going on a 5-day vacation in Manila-- Alone

by asianbelle

I'm not familiar with ACL either. Why not consider Eurotel?

1. Using the metered taxi, it will cost you between P200-P250 or more if there's heavy traffic. Nowadays, it's difficult to predict traffic due to on-going road rehabilitation/construction in some parts of Metro which prompts drivers (esp. with private vehicles) to seek alternative routes.

2. Yes, quite easy. You can either take EDSA or C5. Metered taxi will be about P150-P200 max.

3. If you're referring to nightlife, check out Timog or Eastwood which are both near Cubao. Going farther south will bring you to The Fort.

4. Within Cubao, there's Gateway. North of Cubao is Trinoma and The Block at SM North EDSA. Of course, there's Mall of Asia at the west end of EDSA.

Re: Going on a 5-day vacation in Manila-- Alone

by danaiskra

asianbelle pretty much wrapped it up there..
just an add-on : greenhills is also near cubao, you may want to visit there for a "tiangge" version shopping. They've renovated Virramall quite recently.
Another option for tiangge shopping is Tiendesitas which is on the way from Cubao to C5.

Re: Going on a 5-day vacation in Manila-- Alone

by PinoyTraveler

I have stayed at ACL and was surprised at how nice the room was! Its almost luxurious that I did not expect at such a location. Even the soap, shampoo and toothbrush had the ACL brand/logo so it did not look like a budget hotel to me :)

My taxi from NAIA 3 last tuesday to Kamias (near but beyond Cubao) was P190++ so I gave P200. That's the regular taxi (e.g., EMP or MGE) not the all-yellow metered taxi which is more expensive.

Yep the fort is easy reach by cab and it should be around P100 or just a little bit more but you can try combining the jeeps buses and MRT for fun (and safety since you are alone)

Eastwood is good day or night and near Cubao. There's a new big mall (but not all shops are open yet) and hey, you can take a jeep right near ACL to Citibank and cross the footbridge to enter Eastwood! BTW, there is a nice clean bus that ply from Eastwood to the fort @P25. hop-in and you elbow a lot of call center agents, disney and pixar artists and other BPO folks!

Beyond Eastwood is Tiendesitas and nearby to MetroWalk and the Ortigas Center places including Megamall, the Podium and Galleria.

Further and away south will be the Fort. If you don't know yet, there is a loop bus from inside the fort to EDSA so you can hop to Glorietta and Greenbelt.

If you are tech-savvy, head to Gateway Mall, there is an LRT station there and hop to Gilmore!

All the rest, listen to the posts above! I like the Timog-Morato areas for a nightcap :)

Re: Going on a 5-day vacation in Manila-- Alone

by esoteric.chubby.miss


Re: Going on a 5-day vacation in Manila-- Alone

by esoteric.chubby.miss


Re: Going on a 5-day vacation in Manila-- Alone

by asianbelle

You're welcome!

Travel Tips for Quezon City

Quezon City, Phils - Ideal mix of travel pleasures

by MarcGreg

"Quezon City - An ideal mix of travel pleasures"

Quezon city, a 1st-class highly urbanized city in the an ideal travel destination bec.of its ideal mix of diff.population races,classes,ages,work demography mixed with a wide variety of tour spots,places&destinations you could find in the city.Whatever your travel plans,goals &desires,You would find it here with a good tour guide like me!. A delicious mix of nature parks,wildlife,gargantuan shopping malls,exciting nightlife,no-sleep bars & cafes,irresistible food &int'l cuisines,cheap goods &markets,Nicely planned & peaceful resd'l communities & condo-bldgs,affordable lodging accomodations,and Big & small businesses & bldgs.lining up the main roads.These diverse mix of life's pleasures & destinations are just some of the city's gen.attractions.As d' famous cliche goes:"Only in d' Phils." can you find some things that you can't see anywhere else in the world.So for your next travel plans,I personally invite you to Pls.Come to my place,.my city,.our city paradise! (",)

Capital of the Philippines - Quezon City

by dannyffz

"Quezon City"

Quezon City is divided into four congressional districts composed about 140 barangays. The number of barangays per district is: District I, 37; District II, 28; District III, 37; and District IV, 38. Although District II hast the least number of barangays, it is the biggest in land area, including the Novaliches Reservoir.


Quezon City has a population of 2,173,831 people, the largest in Metro Manila. The population is spread over four districts and 142 barangays. District II is the most densely populated area.

Average annual population growth rate (1995 - 2000) is 1.92%. By the year 2005, it is estimated that 2,390,688 people would be living in Quezon City.

People of Quezon City are of mixed regional origin as they are mostly migrants from different parts of the country

Predominant Religion : Roman Catholic (99%)


Business in the city is dominated by small and medium-scale establishments engaged mostly in the distribution of finished products and the provision of basic personal services. With a sizeable portion of the city's land area being developed for commercial and industrial ventures, complemented by the availability of a large manpower pool, Quezon City has great potential to support an increase in the number of big businesses in the city.

Location, Land Area and Natural Features

Quezon City is at the northeastern portion of Metro Manila. It has a land area of 16,112.12 hectares, almost one-fourth of the National Capital Region (NCR) and is the biggest among NCR's 12 cities and 5 municipalities. Situated on the Guadalupe Plateau, the city's topography is largely rolling with alternating ridges and lowlands. The southern region of the city has low-grade terrain while the northern half is undulating, culminating at the Novaliches Reservoir. Served by a network of rivers and creeks, the city is efficiently drained except for some portions which experience flash floods due to the deterioration of waterways.

Present Trends and Emerging Patterns

Land Use: The City is predominantly residential, with residential areas comprising 45.45% of its land area. But it has retained its institutional character with the presence of the Philippine Congress, other national agencies, academic and specialized medical institutions. The City also has a large, open space system with the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife, Quezon Memorial Circle and UP Arboretum as the core, while the Novaliches Watershed provides additional greenery. Commercial growth is mainly sited along major thoroughfares. Industrial development, meanwhile is relatively contained in the traditional industrial areas at Balintawak, Novaliches, and Ugong Norte.

Transport and utilities: The city is traversed by several major metropolitan thoroughfares, namely C-3 (Araneta Avenue), C-4 (EDSA), C-5 (Katipunan - Luzon - Republic Avenue), R-6 (Aurora Blvd.), R-7 (Quezon Avenue - Commonwealth Avenue) and R-8 (Bonifacio Avenue - Quirino Highway), which link the city to the rest of Metro Manila. These thoroughfares are supplemented by main and secondary intra-city roads for area-wide mobility and by numerous tertiary roads that provide access to minor communities and individual properties.

Water supply

Like the rest of Metro Manila, Quezon City gets its water supply from MWSS and its private distribution concessionaires, the Maynilad Water Service Inc. (MWSI), serving the west half of the city and Manila Water Co.(MWC) the east portion

Power Supply
The electric power requirement of the city is adequately serviced by the Manila Electric Company or MERALCO. More than 97% of the city's population have access to electricity. It should, however, be noted that there are still areas unserved by MERALCO such as in most parts of Payatas mainly due to right-of-way and land tenure problems.

Solid Waste Collection and Disposal
The city's Environment Protection and Waste Management Department (EPWMD) reported that in year 2000, the average daily collection volume of garbage was 1,500 tons, that reflects per capita waste generation rate of 0.69 kg. per day.


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