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La Mesa Ecopark

La Mesa Ecopark, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

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About La Mesa Ecopark

La Mesa Ecopark is a wild jungle carved into a forested recreation park in 2004. Inside, the park features towering trees, botanical gardens, camping grounds, educational facilities, and several sports activities.  It is open for walking, running, birdwatching, and for other activities.



Attractions near La Mesa Ecopark

La Mesa Nature Reserve3.08km from La Mesa Ecopark

La Mesa Nature Reserve is called the lungs of Metro Manila because it absorbs around 3% of the total carbon emission of the metropolis. The reserve is home to La Mesa Dam, Metro Manila’s main source of drinking water. It offers activities such as trekking, trail running, mountain biking , birdwatching, tree walking , and tree planting and so more.

Balara Filters Park6.6km from La Mesa Ecopark

The Balara Filters Park is a 60-hectare park located in the Diliman village of Pansol in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, adjacent to the University of the Philippines Diliman main campus. It is bounded by Katipunan Avenue on the west, Capitol Hills Golf and Country Club on the north, and the upscale, gated village of La Vista along its south and east.

Quezon Memorial Circle7.62km from La Mesa Ecopark

The site of the Quezon Memorial Circle had been intended for the National Capitol to house the Congress of the Philippines. The park is a family-friendly attraction of the city. For the adventurous and thrill-seekers, there is a small amusement park in the area as well as rental bicycles, and zip-lining. The traditional park-lovers, green spaces provide picnic areas and smaller gardens provide some are which are secluded. There are several museums within the park as well as dining stalls and out

Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center7.89km from La Mesa Ecopark

The Ninoy Aquino Wildlife Park in Quezon city embraces the concept of biodiversity by preserving and giving shelter to a large number of Fauna and Flora collection including some endangered species. Here, one can have a sight of the wild animals in the Philippines and explore some rare plants and greenery which are not found commonly.

Ateneo Art Gallery8.36km from La Mesa Ecopark

The first museum of Philippine modern art, the Ateneo Art Gallery was established in 1960 through Fernando Zóbel’s bequest to the Ateneo of his collection of works by key Filipino post-war artists. The galley contains a lot of artifacts and so more.

Church of the Gesu8.52km from La Mesa Ecopark

The Church of the Gesu is the Roman Catholic church of the Ateneo de Manila University campus in Quezon City in the Philippines. The landmark becomes designed via Jose Pedro Recio and Carmelo Casas. The edifice’s huge triangular structure symbolizes the Holy Trinity, as well as the 3-fold challenge and vision of the college.  It was one of the main attraction in this area.

Where is La Mesa Ecopark

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Quezon City3 attractions

Quezon City also known as is a highly urbanized city and the most populous city in the Philippines. It was founded by and named after Manuel L. Quezon, the 2nd President of the Philippines.