Quezon City: Quezon Memorial Circle

As a result of being bored and tired of going to shopping malls, my friends and I decided to hang out at the Quezon City Memorial Circle. Two hours of stuffing ourselves with street food and people-watching — all in all, a great way to spend the afternoon.

Manuel Quezon Memorial Shrine

Manuel Quezon Memorial Shrine

From the outside, it seems to be a normal park with lots of greens a monument and a bike trail. But inside, it actually has: a zipline, go a kart area and a mini theme park.

Also, you’ll never go hungry in this place. Other than restaurants like the Coconut House, food carts serving street foods are also abundant.

Thanks to this adhoc trip, I was able to eat my favorite after school dessert again!

Ice Cream in Hamburger Bun

Ice Cream in Hamburger Bun

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