Top 3 attractions you must visit in Quezon City
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About Quezon City
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.
Attractions in Quezon City
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.
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
A huge gravity dam which was located in the heart of the Philippines which was constructed over the Marikina River. It used to be the only source of water for Manila until Angat Dam was built and Wawa was abandoned in 1968.