Quezon City Travel Guide

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Quezon City

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Cubao

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Novaliches

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Diliman

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Fort Bonifacio

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Caloocan

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Quezon City

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  • JUST LIKE HOLLYWOOD

    Quezon City Things to Do

    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...

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  • Eurotel North Edsa

    Quezon City Hotels

    49 Bulacan Street, Barangay Bungad, Quezon City, Philippines

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Families

  • THE DAY THAT 22 BOY SCOUTS DIED

    Quezon City Things to Do

    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...

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Cubao

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  • Chinese food w/o MSG (according to them)

    Cubao Restaurants

    This place is almost always full during lunch and dinner, but during "dead hours" within mall time, you will appreciate its spaciousness. The servers are friendly and will give you full attention during these "dead hours", but when the place is full, they get a bit rattled because a customer from this table wants this and another concern from...

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  • Some places are crowded

    Cubao Tourist Traps

    Since Quezon City is a big place, there are a lot of people, residents and as well as passers by.The Araneta Center is one of those places jammed pack specially on holidays, and the night before a long weekend vacation. A lot of travelers go to the place to their rides back to their hometowns.When there's too much crowd, there are more chances of...

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  • Food Revolution

    Cubao Restaurants

    The restaurant is well appointed and clean. The decor is made out of native materials and I loved the light treatments with blue bottles. :)The crew are neatly dressed and well-trained.The food is reasonable priced and delicious. All dishes are for sharing. :) I loved the halaan soup and the squid dish.I just about had a liter of their sago and...

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Novaliches

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  • Educational Field Trip

    Novaliches Things to Do

    When we went to La Mesa Ecopark, I noticed children entering the premises in lne. Apparently, they came for an educational field trip. After an orientation on the ecosystem and a guidd tour, the children were seen happily romping around. I was pleased to see that they had such interest in the giant trees, exotic flowers, hyacinth and the the La...

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  • Bring Your Bike

    Novaliches Things to Do

    If you'd like to bike in a big place with fresh air, beautiful sceneries and paved roads, bring your bike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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  • Team Building

    Novaliches Things to Do

    Whether for your family or for your company, you may conduct team building exercises at the spacious La Mesa Eco Park. You can rent one of the many pavilions for your assembly and meals, and you may bring your own caterer. Everything has to be coordinated with the Administration Office.When my daughter's company had their Team Building Exercises, I...

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Diliman

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  • University of the Philippines - Change...

    Diliman Things to Do

    I love this place so much I enrolled for MS immediately after completing my BS degree. If you are in Quezon City, be sure to drop by the University of the Philippines campus. It's a breath of fresh air, especially if you're tired of the buildings and traffic. Enter the campus from the Quezon Circle/Commonwealth side so you can go through the...

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  • Jeepney in UP Diliman

    Diliman Transportation

    Traveling around the University of the Philippines in Diliman is very convenient. There are several jeepney routes that go inside the campus (Pantranco, Philcoa). Within the campus, there's the IKOT and TOKI jeepneys that just go around the campus.

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  • FINE DINING IN UP

    Diliman Restaurants

    Chateau Verde is where you would go for fine dining and country/rustic ambience in UP Diliman. It's a relaxing place, with all foliage at the entrance, a mini-water fountain to one side, and a full-grown tree at the center.They serve pasta, rice dishes, steaks, salads and wine. They have Saturday/Sunday lunch buffet costing P300 (grilled meat,...

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Fort Bonifacio

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    by virtually_cd Written Jul 7, 2008

    Love pets, relaxing with coffee & books, snazzy-spiffy-boy-girl-watching, and shopping at the same time? Head to Bonifacio High Street in Taguig, Philippines. It's about 10minutes away from Makati Central Business District.

    It's a concept urban mall that's open yet feels private. Don't go there if you are looking for budget finds. It's that kind of place where you don't want to see 'everybody'... And in places like that, you should be willing to splurge a bit.

    Be in your casuals--expensive casuals...yep, that's one of those places... :-)

    Next to it is the Serendra Piazza--too crowded in the evening nowadays so if you're tired of not wanting to see everybody, just head to Serendra Piazza. Don't get me wrong. it's still a high-end place, but it has more diverse restos and chit-chat places so there are more people of all sorts.

    After relaxing with coffee & books, snazzy-spiffy-boy-girl-watching in Boni High Street and you want to splurge on budget finds, head to Market!Market! which is next to Serendra Piazza. You will immediately notice the difference between Boni High's and Market!Market!'s local crowd. And each don't want to cross the other's. It's NOT discrimination in the socio-political, negative sense. It's a just matter of preference, how much time they have, what do they need/want to do/buy, and who they are with. :-)

    juz one of the outdoor walks in BHS one of the many concept bars in BHS High ceilings in the bars&restos in BHS-Serendra open yet still privy ambience High maintenance pets galore!
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