Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife
Description: Quezon City's very own zoological and botanical garden situated near the Quezon Memorial Circle is a haven for young and old nature lovers. The 80 hectare complex of wooden areas is replete with wildlife and is conducive for picknicking or for promenading. The park is also equipped with children's playground and a man-made lagoon for boating. Specimen of the country's flora and fauna including the famous monkey-eating eagle are found here.
Description: Prior to the building of the Makati Commercial Center, the Araneta Center serves as the total shopping center for every Filipino. It is called the city's business heart; at the center are all kinds of commercial establishment such as theaters, banks, boutiques, department stores, restaurants and many more. Huge department stores in Cubao even offer special discounts to tourists and "Balikbayans".
Balara Plant Filters
Description: The Balara Plant filters the water from La Mesa Dam and supplies some 600,000 gallons of clean and potable water to the Metro Manila area.
Himlayang Pilipino Memorial Park
Description: This memorial park in Tandang Sora District is a tourist spot in its own right. Its magnificent landscape and monuments are something to behold. The parks includes the memorial of Melchora Aquino, more popularly known as "Tandang Sora", one of the heroes of the Philippine Revolution and, officially, the heroine of Quezon City. Another breathtaking sculpture monument here is that of "Malakas and Maganda", the Philippines' own version of "Adam and Eve".
Tomas Morato and Timog Avenue Tourist Belt Area
Description: Quezon City has its own "Tourist Belt," found in the once quiet district of Kamuning, The Tomas Morato and Timog Avenues and a portion of Quezon Avenue are now dotted with luxurious and exquisite restaurants, disco houses, night clubs, sauna clinics, and other shops.
Fiesta Carnival Complex
Description: Originally conceived for the fun-loving children; it is situated within the heart of the Araneta Center. The carnival offers merry rides and sideshows at minimal prices.
Description: The stadium was built in honor of the former Mayor of Quezon City, Norberto S. amoranto (circa 1954-1976). For the athletes, the stadium is their analgesia. The stadium boasts of a track and field, a volleyball court, a tennis court and a swimming pool.
La Mesa Dam Water Reservoir
Description: The biggest water reservoir in Metropolitan Manila. The dam supplies the water needs of the NCR residents.
Description: the 45-foot-high handcrafted brass monument was done by noted sculptor Ed Castrillo in figurative expressionist style. The towering structure depicts a symbolic interplay of 3 figures familiar to those who were around during the martial law years; the martyred hero, the Philippine flag and Inang Bayan.
Philippine Nuclear Research Institute
Description: The white-domed and egg-shaped structure is considered as one of the most advanced