Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City

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A national park located within a sprawling traffic circle, Quezon Memorial Circle serves as the final resting place for the second official president of the Philippines. Filled with dense foliage spanning 15.6 ha (38.5 ac), the park boulevards all lead to the central pavilion, where the 66 m (217 ft) tall mausoleum soars into the sky. Relax away from fast-paced city life and amble through this verdant sanctuary, following paths through the trees and gardens to the impressive three-pylon monument. Climb its spiral staircase to an observation deck for panoramic views of the park and city. Planning Quezon City trip won't be overwheling when you use's Insprock itinerary maker.
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  • I enjoyed buying products for my health made of natural ingredients and orchids and ornamental plants for household flower gardening. They are of reasonable prices. Also favorite buys is the fresh coc...  more »
  • A place for families, couples, and everyone. There are parks for the kids to go to, coffeeshops, and food establishments as well to spend time, and eat at. Also an excellent place for a picnic, buy pl...  more »
  • This is a common place for joggers and sports enthusiast to enjoy their activities with friends. A lot of food stalls are available to satisfy hunger or when tired from physical activities. Zumba grou...  more »
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  • Looking for an accessible and cheap recreation space within Metro Manila? Quezon Memorial Circle is in the middle of and easily accessible from anywhere within Metro Manila. The place is big, spacious, and very green (i.e., lots of trees, and grassy picnic grounds). You will find lots of cheap recreational activities within the park, too. If you are lucky you may even catch some free concerts or other entertainment events being held at the park. Very close to some decent dining options, too.
  • Wide open spaces great for spending time with family and friends. Since this place is also known to be the resting place of the late Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon, the tall monument built in his honor is a nice place to take pictures or simply hang out. Lots of trees, opportunities to eat, exercise like bike around the grounds, try on different exercise devices, go jogging or take a leisurely stroll through the tiangges or small shops selling a wide variety of products. Plant and flower hobbyists and patrons also come here, there is an area where a good deal of plants and flowers are being sold.
  • This is a nice park to explore. If you've never been I recommend you come Tuesday - Sunday as most of the things are closed on Monday's I wasn't able to visit the Shrine or other things since they are close on Mondays but I enjoyed spending a few hours just relaxing. At night the Quezon Memorial lights up and changes colors which is cool to watch. I would advise where bug repellent if you'll be there during the evening as there are a lot of mosquitoes.
  • Lots and lots of space to walk, jog, run, sprint, on your own, or with your pet dog. Expect lots of people too, especially towards the afternoon and evening, and most especially on a weekend. The main attraction is the 66-metre (217 ft) tall mausoleum containing the remains of a president to whom the park was named.
  • It's a nice place to go especially when you are looking for a good place to relax. Lots of trees, nice and clean surroundings and green with fresh air. You can do biking, jogging or walking here cause the place is wide enough to do activities. Well and nice.
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