When you’re standing in the largest metropolis in the country, take it all in. The city is divided into several districts, each with its own characteristics. Start in Diliman at Quezon Memorial Circle and the adjacent Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center. Diliman is considered the heart of the city, where you can often find street art and community events. North of Diliman, the neighbourhood of Tandang Sora is home to the iconic Tandang Sora shrine that beautifully represents the region’s religious history. For a lower-key experience, reserve hotels in Quezon City’s Novaliches district to wake up to the peaceful sights and sounds of La Mesa Watershed Park. But before you tuck in, don’t miss the nightlife in Bagumbayan, an up-and-coming district to the southeast.
Touch down at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) on the waterfront in Manila. Catch a cab or pick up your hired car for the 20 km trip from Manila to Quezon City. Once you arrive at your destination, you can see the main sights and central neighbourhoods with Jeepneys—public buses—but taxis and driving offer more independence.
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Hotels in Quezon City start at AU$18 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.