Quezon City, Philippines

One of the most populous city in Philippines is the Quezon City. This city was founded and named after the second President of the Philippines- Manuel L. Quezon. It is the largest city in Metro Manila as well as in Philippines.

Major Attractions:

  • Eastwood City.

Everything and anything that one can look for can be found in the Eastwood City. Be it restaurants, Movie House, trendy bars or fireworks and street performances.

  • Art in Island.

The 3D paintings and photos in the Art in Island dissolve you in them and trick the camera to think that you are actually in it.

  • Crown Garden Spa.

The Quezon City offers you the most relaxed and professional massage in the Crown Garden Spa. 


  • Meranti Hotel.

Be it the outdoor pool, sun terrace, the center location or the onsite restaurant, Meranti Hotel has it all for you.

  • Novotel Manila Araneta Center.

Come and enjoy the most memorable holidays in Quezon in a hotel which offers spa, pools, restaurant, and bars, gym and kids club.

  • The Cocoon Boutique.

This is the first and only green hotel in Quezon which is complete green, featuring spa, business center and an outdoor pool.


  • Palm Grill

A modern Asian restaurant famous for Indonesian and Malaysian flavors of chicken.

  • Mesa.

Be it appetizers or soups, main dishes to grilled items with a variety of desserts and specialty drinks, Mesa has it all.

  • Naughty Nachos.

A casual restaurant specializing in creamy nachos, burgers, fries, milkshakes, It is also known as the Nacho Volcano being the largest nachos serving place in the world.


  • Adobo.

One of the most common and must have Pilipino food. Chicken cooked in vinegar, soya sauce, salt, garlic pepper with other spices.

  • Chicken Inasal.

This is no ordinary chicken grilled. Marinated chicken is grilled fully and served with garlic rice.

  • Taba Ng Talangka.

Variety of crabs pressed, sautéed and cooked in garlic.

Travel Info:

Quezon is connected by world class airport and is easily connected to its neighboring provinces.