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. Plan my Quezon City trip by asking Inpirock to come up with tips and suggestions.
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We experienced so much fun in here even we visit here multiple times. My kids enjoyed their stay here. more »
If you just want to chill, hangout, and enjoy nature with your family and friends, Quezon Memorial Circle is a good place to go to. A lot of activities to do such as zumba, ballroom, boxing, food... more »
Quezon Memorial Circle The Quezon Memorial Circle is a large beautiful park located in Quezon City, an important sector of Manila, Philippines. An important feature of the Circle is the mausoleum of Manuel Quezon, the second President of the Philippines and his wife. The Monument constructed over the mausoleum is 217 feet tall. The shrine and park were completed in 1980s. The Park is spread over an area of 67 acres and features a number of public facilities such as the Seminar Hall, Century Hall, People’s Hall, a dancing fountain, Garden of Flowers, the Tropical Garden, World Peace Bell (installed in 1994), restaurants, food stalls, etc. It is a beautiful place and still being developed for the entertainment of tourists. It is also a Lovers’ Paradise.
A lovely park amid the sprawl of Manila and its outlying bureaus and burbs. The winding roads and paths are nice for strolling, jogging, having a workout in the outdoor equipment, or finding some food in the many establishments within. The trickiest thing is getting into the park. The main street encircling the park is HUGE. I didn't see any locals crossing it so I was not even close to trying. My tip is to plan which of the underground walkways you will use to cross under the massive Boulevard to avoid the extra guesswork of walking around it until you stumble across one.
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