Quezon City, Philippines

    Quezon City is the most populous city in the country of Philippines. The city served as the political capital of the country from 1948 to 1976.

Climate:   

    The climate of the city is tropical. While the Quezon City has an average temperature of 27oC during the summers but the place keeps receiving rain frequently

Population and Religions:

     The population of the Quezon City currently stands at 2,936,116 out of which the 90% people are Roman Catholic. However, Muslims can be also found across the city though lesser in number.

Hotels:

     There are a large number of hotels in the Quezon City. The choice should be made wisely on the basis of the budget decided for the trip. The list mentioned below consists of some of the most affordable hotels around the city:

    Astrotel Anonas

    Kamuning Hostel

    Metro Room Budget Hotel

    SharedSpace Low Rise Condo QC

    Haeinsa Condotel

Major Attractions:

1. Art In Island Museum: The museum is a wonderful place to hangout. It is a three-dimensional (3D) interactive art museum. The place is definitely worth a visit especially for the selfie obsessed folks who should try exploring new heights of their creativity while posing with hundreds of paintings around.

2. La Mesa Eco Park: Nothing can be more soothing to the eyes than the green nature itself. The place is a public park spread over 33 hectares.

3. Sining Kamalig: This is another famous museum in the city of Quezon. The museum is entirely dedicated to contemporary art. The place is actually worth your time and patience if you are an art admirer.

4. Smart Araneta Coliseum: The stadium is meant for indoor sports and is the largest indoor sport arena in Asia. Quezon City can be the perfect choice for a short and affordable trip with some light moments full of life.