Quezon City Things to Do

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    Citylink Bus

    by tanamay Updated Oct 27, 2014

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    Bus Schedule
    from Eastwood City to Newport City via McKinley Hill - C5
    (as of October 24, 2014: PHP 39 Eastwood to Newport; PHP30 Eastwood to East Service Road)

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    Free Shuttle Van Schedule
    from Easwood City to Resorts World Manila

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    A LOVELY STATUE + A WOMEN'S CLUB

    by davidjo Written Sep 3, 2014

    I came across this very small statue in Quezon Memorial Circle which seemed to have been donated by the Inner Wheel Club of Makati, District 381. Upon further investigation i found out that this club is solely for women who dedicate themselves to helping humanity, by helping with projects for the young, the aged and the marginalised sectors of our society. The club started out in 1996 with just 18 members and if you want to know more about it please look at the website below.
    http://innerwheelmakati.com/history/

    The statue is of a lady holding a symbol of the Inner Wheel Club.

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    FUN AT QUEZON MEMORIAL CIRCLE

    by davidjo Written Sep 3, 2014

    Here you can find an area called CIRCLE OF FUN, which is a small amusement park that has several rides, but besides that there is an area nearby where there is a zipline, and go-kart track. There is a small entrance fee but once you are admitted you have to pay for the rides separately, but do not worry as they are not too expensive.
    The park is open Tuesday to Friday 4-10 pm and weekends 10 am - 10 pm.

    go-karts other karts circle of fun rides zip line station
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    FIND A BARGAIN AT THE WEEKEND MARKET

    by davidjo Written Sep 3, 2014

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    There is a weekend Market inside Quezon Memorial Circle which offers mainly clothes for sale. it is not too crowded and it is a very good location. Perhaps there are 40 stallholders so try catch a bargain when visiting the area.

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    SIGN UP WITH THE CENTURY CLUB

    by davidjo Written Sep 3, 2014

    The Century Club Building is located near the Quezon Heritage House at the Quezon Memorial Circle. The club consist of a group of dedicated people who promote and pursue physical fitness leading to a healthier, longer life.

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    PRESIDENT QUEZON'S HOUSE HAS MOVED

    by davidjo Written Sep 3, 2014

    This is another interesting historical attraction inside the Quezon Memorial Circle as the late president's house has been reconstructed. The Quezon house was originally constructed in Gilmore Street in New Manila and acquired by the family in 1927, and was used as the family vacation house. The president also stayed there when he became ill. Now it is a proud part of Philippine History as the 90 year old house was removed and rebuilt in its present place in 2013. The Quezon family donated some of the furniture.
    The house is open to the public every day from 9 am to 4 pm.

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    BEAUTIFYING QUEZON CITY

    by davidjo Written Sep 3, 2014

    A very large area at Quezon Memorial Circle is set aside for producing plants to beautify the city. There must have been at least 100 different types of young plants and tens of thousands of the, all in black plastic bags, which will later be used to plant all over the city. I did not see any representative in charge but i think that members of the public are unable to buy them.

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    VISIT THE FLOWER GARDEN, and PLANT VENDORS

    by davidjo Updated Sep 3, 2014

    On one side of Quezon Memorial Circle you will find Hardin ng mga Bulakalak (flower garden), which was a project of the city government. There is an archway with the name of the garden on the arch, with the plaque to the left. it is very interesting to stroll through the gardens and even sit and take a rest. In the area there are quite a few stalls with plants and herbs for sale. It seems like a poular place to purchase the plants as i saw a few pick-ups that were packed with plants on the back.

    plants for sale at the stalls the plaque the arch for sale herbs for sale

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    THE ORCHID SHOW

    by davidjo Written Sep 3, 2014

    Although we did not enter as there was not enough time (40 peso entrance fee) I thought that orchid lovers may be interested in attending the orchid show which takes place twice a year. For dates of events please refer to the website below. The show is run by the Philippine Orchid Society, and lasts for 10 days with lectures about different topics each day.

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    30th AUGUST---REMEMBERING THE KATIPUNAN

    by davidjo Written Sep 3, 2014

    If you happen to be around Quezon City Hall in August 30th there will be an event that remembers the first Katipunan Battle for Manila. The event kicked of when grandchildren of Andres Bonofacio laid wreathes by his monument, The ROTC also had a stall which promotes Disaster Preparedness and Response and Relief among the young. The Red Cross was also there giving some free tests and there were lectures on Basic Water Survival, Crisis & Disaster Reconnaissance, and Basic Fire/Disaster Rescue. There will also exhibits showcasing military uniforms from the Katipunan to the World War II era.
    For me the most interesting attraction was to see the men dressed up in uniforms of that era. I chatted to a few of these guys and they all seemed to be history buffs, being very informative.
    The Katipunan was a revolutionary force founded in 1892 with the objective of gaining independence from Spain which was led by Andres Bonofacio. It was a secret organisation and members were approved first before being initiated.
    You may learn more about it here---http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katipunan

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    JUST LIKE HOLLYWOOD

    by davidjo Written Jun 9, 2014

    Outside GMA studios you will see the names of famous actors/singers on plaques on the sidewalk, just as they do in Hollywood. My wife and i seemed to be the only people who were taking interest in the plaques, as most of the locals were rushing to work or involved in their daily business. As i don't watch the Philippine TV Channels or attend the cinema only a few of the names seemed familiar to me.
    Tours of the studios can be arranged, and even attend live broadcasts if you book well in advance.

    The GMA studios are next to Quezon Avenue MRT station.

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    THE DAY THAT 22 BOY SCOUTS DIED

    by davidjo Written Jun 9, 2014

    At the intersection of Timog Avenue and Tomas Morato Avenue there is a memorial to the 22 boy scouts and scoutmasters who died in a plane crash while on the way to the 11th world jamboree which was held in Marathon , Greece. The plane crashed in Bombay and all the streets in this area of Quezon are named after those who died. The Barangay (area of city) is named Laging Handa which means "BE PREPARED".
    The tragedy occurred on 28th July, 1963.

    1.Scout Ramon V. Albano
    2.Scout Patricio Bayoran
    3.Scout Gabriel Nicolas Borromeo
    4.Scout Roberto Castro
    5.Scout Henry Chuatoco
    6.Scout Victor de Guia Jr.
    7.Scout Jose Antonio Delgado
    8.Scout Lirado Fernandez
    9.Scout Felix Fuentebella Jr.
    10.Scout Pedro Gandia
    11.Scout Antonio Limbaga
    12.Scout Roberto Lozano
    13.Scout Paulo MadriƱan
    14.Scout Jose Erin Magbanua
    15.Scout Dr. Llorante Ojeda
    16.Scout Romeo R. Rallos
    17.Scout Filamor Reyes
    18.Scout Wilfredo Santiago
    19.Scout Benecio Tobias
    20.Scout Antonio Torillo
    21.Scout Ascario Tuason
    22.Scout Rogelio Ybardolaza

    The obelisk that serves as the memorial
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    EDSA SHRINE (2)

    by davidjo Written Apr 5, 2014

    There are always a few faithful Filipinos saying their prayers in the small church, but climb upstairs and you will see several statues and plaques. At the base their is a wall with sculptures of the people who helped overthrow the Marcos dictator.

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    EDSA SHRINE (1)

    by davidjo Written Apr 5, 2014

    Known as EDSA Shrine , its real title is SHRINE OF MARY, QUEEN OF PEACE, OUR LADY OF EDSA and is a small church located on Edsa at the corner with Ortigas Avenue. It was built in 1989 to commemorate the people's revolution when Marcos was overthrown in February 1986, and was later the scene of another revolution when Estrada was overthrown in 2001. Strange how Estrada is now Mayor of Manila!!!!
    The Lady of peace , who is actually the Blessed Virgin Mary is seen holding a dove and an olive branch, both symbols of Peace!

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    HOW ABOUT THE PEOPLE'S POWER MONUMENT

    by davidjo Written Apr 1, 2014

    You will find the People's Power Monument at the junction of EDSA and White Plains Avenue in Barangay Camp Aguinaldo. The monument is dedicated to the people's power demonstration which overthrew President Marcos in February 1986 and was sculpted by Eduardo Castrillo in 1993. The monument depicts the 100s of 1000s of people who gathered in the area to get rid of the great dictator.

    for the people's revolution
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