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WHERE IN METRO: Ideal Dating Spots in Quezon City

WHERE IN METRO: Ideal Dating Spots in Quezon City

WHERE IN METRO: Ideal Dating Spots in Quezon City

Having a hard time thinking where your next date should take place? Planning a date can be hard sometimes and finding the right spots for it can be tiring.

Worry no more because, on the Metro, everything is possible. For this purpose, we’re listing down places in Quezon City that are ideal for you and your partner’s romance.

Quezon Memorial Park

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Starting our list, the Quezon Memorial Circle is a park located in Diliman, Quezon City. The park was initially built to be the location of the Congress of the Philippines but was later interrupted by World War II. After the war, former president Sergio Osmeña issued the creation of the park as the memorial place for President Manuel L. Quezon in December 1945.

Since then the park was transformed into the resting place of the 2nd president Manuel L. Quezon and her wife. The park also offers museums, recreational spaces, and a garden. This attracts thousands of visitors to pay tribute to the late president. It is also ideal for picnics, family gatherings, and, as mentioned, dates. It’s open and free to the public making it one of the go-to places in the city.

Art in Island: 3D Art Gallery

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The art gallery is located in Cubao, Quezon City, and offers art exhibitions. It’s a fun, creative, and interactive place where you can take selfies in a unique way. Dates can be more fun since the gallery lets you explore and discover many art pieces. Plus, your eyes will be pleased with many surprises and play with your imagination.

The exhibit is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 9:30 AM to 9:30 PM. Tickets are available for P500 per adult, P400 per student, and free for children below 3 feet. Would you go to Art in Island with your date?

UP Vargas Museum

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The Jorge B. Vargas Museum & Filipiniana Research Center or UP Vargas Museum can be found in Diliman, Quezon City. The museum houses a different collection of arts, stamps, and coins that are the personal belongings of Jorge B. Vargas. Jorge B. Vargas was a lawyer, diplomat, and youth advocate who became the founding member of today’s Philippine Olympic Committee.

If you’re opting for more museum dates that are different from the National Museum, Vargas Museum is one of the best places to go. The museum also houses paintings of different legendary artists such as Juan Luna and Fernando Amorsolo. The museum can be found inside the UP Diliman campus if you planned to visit.

La Mesa Ecopark

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The La Mesa Ecopark is located in Greater Lagro, Quezon City. The 33-acre park offers you activities such as hiking, mountain biking, rappelling, and zip-lining. If you and your partner like nature then La Mesa Ecopark is perfect for you.

The park is one of the remaining eco forests in Metro Manila. It also comprises some species of birds and other wildlife living in it. The park was renovated to save it from dying and is now accepting thousands of tourists who want to enjoy nature even inside Metro Manila.

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Real Monasterio de Santa Clara de Manila

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This 20th-century-style monastery is believed to be founded by 66-year-old Mother Jeronima. Accompanied by seven volunteers from Spain, the monastery houses nuns and monks that live in total seclusions. A monastery is a place where you can pray, it is a tradition that you write down what you wish on a designed colored paper and drop it on a petition box.

Devotees are also offering eggs to the monastery, especially the miraculous Saint Claire. It was believed that the right people are granted what they are wishing for if they offer prayers and good intentions to the place.

Do you want your wish to be granted? It is located along Katipunan Ave, Quezon City.

Now that we track down places in Quezon City you should visit. Have you decided which place you wanna go to?

In conclusion, what’s important is to know what you and your partner want to do. Either, a park for scenery and peace or a museum for a classic date. Just enjoy and seize the moment to get to know each other more. Places don’t make the date but each other’s company.

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