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About Quezon City

With the hustle and bustle of urban life, Quezon City is filled with incredible gems for explorers. As one of the top travel destinations on FlipKey, grab your luggage and passport and head to one of the most charming places in the Philippines.

Whether you’re searching for active nightlife, local wildlife or the most stunning landscapes to capture on camera, Quezon City is one of the most interesting hotspots in the world.

About Quezon City

Quezon City is in the Philippines and makes up part of Metro Manila, the capital region in the country. As one of the most populated areas, there are plenty of cultural highlights and urban areas to investigate. From shrines, parks and museums, there’s a diverse range of attractions.

If you‘re planning on taking a trip during good weather, November to March are the best months to visit. However, January to May is the main tourist season.

Quezon City can be split into two seasons – wet and dry. May is extremely warm, while June to November is typhoon season. The days are still very hot and humid, but rainfall can be harsh during this time.

What to do

There are vast attractions for you to experience in Quezon City. From intriguing museums to stunning wildlife parks. Ninoy Aquino Park and Wildlife Center offers over 22 hectares of luxurious gardens. Elsewhere, La Mesa Dam and Reservoir is perfect for fishing and outdoor pursuits.

If it’s adventure you’re after, Mega Sports World and Circle of Fun offer entertainment for those of all ages. For arts and culture, head to Art in Island or Ateneo Art Gallery.

Quezon City offers a range of food dishes for you to enjoy. Alab serves contemporary Filipino cuisine in sleek interiors. Enjoy the Honey Lechon, which is slow roasted for at least six hours. Take a trip through some of the best food trucks in the country at Maginhawa Food Park – it’s only open for dinner, but there are plenty of tasty food options, including hot dogs, shakes and French toast.

Top Quezon City travel tips

If you’re traveling to Quezon City, it’s likely that you’ll arrive at either Ninoy Aquino International Airport or Francisco Bangoy International Airport. From here, grab a taxi or bus to your hotel. Pre-pay your taxi via coupon to avoid paying higher than expected fees. Alternatively, you may want to hire a private car.

From the wildlife of the natural landscapes to the inner-city cuisine, Quezon City boasts a magical vibe that’s waiting for you to experience. Incredible nightlife and daytime adventure make this destination one of the best places to see in this part of the world. Start your adventure by booking a Quezon City vacation rental on FlipKey.