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The Quezon Memorial circle is located right at the heart of Quezon City. The place is a big park where people can just chill with a couple of Filipino restaurants. This place is normally busy on Sundays where people will just chill. I come here...More
It's a huge and beautiful space that needs more public funds (and love!) to turn into a truly beautiful park. Nearby UP Diliman campus is much better maintained and beautifully landscaped, compared to QMC.
Nonetheless, it is a free public space with lots of parking...More
I always come here when buying flowers, plants and pots. They have almost everything there. I love flowers in full bloom and with different colors. It is also relatively cheaper. Before going there, I make it a point to buy Coconut juice where they are...More
We passed by Quezon City Memorial Circle/Park as it’s the nearest landmark where I had an appointment in a clinic. We drove from Pasay for almost 2 hours. When we came in, there was an entrance fee which was 15 pesos for parking regardless of...More
Take a jog around the memorial circle or inside the periphery of the place.
Walking , slow or a brisk walk will do with friends or classmates.
The nearby restaurants are within the premise of the circle to take breakfast or merely sip a cup...More
Few years ago, went jogging here with family. This year, sometime November, we tried doing that again. Unfortunately nothing much has changed. Its a public park so its expected to be not so clean and organized. But the restrooms are the dirtiest I've seen second...More
The Circle is a memorial to Manuel L. Quezon, President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, 1935. For history buffs, the museum contains memorabilia about Quezon and the Commonwealth. The memorial, 66 meters tall (MLQ died at the age of 66). The park is a...More