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Marikina River Park: A Must-Visit Place This Coming Christmas

Marikina River Park: A Must-Visit Place This Coming Christmas

Christmas is celebrated for the longest period of time in the Philippines. You can also already hear the different establishments playing Christmas songs on the first day of September. Children can be seen singing Christmas carols as they visit different households. Due to the pandemic, the rides and tiangge in Marikina River Park were closed, but they are now back!

And naturally, every family, friend, and couple goes out on a bonding date as Christmas approaches! Usually, you can see them strolling through parks, museums, and shopping malls.

And if you’re searching for a cheap and pleasant spot to visit, come to Marikina River Park! Even if you only walk, there are many things to see.

If you’re looking for a present for yourself, close friends, or family members, you have a lot of options here. The toys for sale here cost between 10 and 300 pesos. They also sell clothes that do not cost more than 300 pesos.

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Of course, you can’t help but get hungry when you’re walking. There is a line of food stands here as well. Your eyes will be satiated by the variety of food available. And if you think the food prices here will put a hole in your purse, you’re wrong. Here, dinner costs anywhere from 20 to 200 pesos. Additionally, you don’t need to be concerned about the food’s quality because they ensure that it is made hygienically and tastes great.

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There are also game booths here if you just want to pass the time, you can play Bingo, shoot balls, and even sing at videoke. You can also see benches here if you want to take a break from walking and enjoy the view.

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Last but not least, will your trip be complete if you skip the rides? Including Octopus, Carousel, Vikings, and many others! You and your company will undoubtedly have a good time when you visit here!

Photo | Isaac Mae Regular
Photo | Isaac Mae Regular

So what are you waiting for? Come on, now! Did this article convince you to visit Marikina River Park? Let me know in the comments!

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