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Dingen om te doen in Quezon City

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Monument / Landmark
“A must see spot in Metro Manila! It's best to visit the place in the morning for jogging, running, biking, and picnics.”
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Shopping Mall
“Robinsons Galleria is a mixed-use complex and shopping mall located at EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue, Quezon City just near SM Megamall”
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Shopping Mall
“Transportation Hub to all destinations in Metro Manila Excellent Shopping and Eats”
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Store
“Easy travel. Mall is also connected to MRT. Ride the MRT Northbound, and get off North Station.”
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Shopping Mall
“Just a 10-15 minutes ride from Eastwood City. A wide selection of quality products that you can buy in cheaper price than other malls. Most stores sell imitation / knock off products but in good quality.try to visit their pearl and jewellry section too. Don't forget to haggle. Most stalls accept only cash payment.”
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Shopping Mall
“No shopping trip is complete without a stop at Greenhills. Make an afternoon of it, you can easily spend hours here. Make sure you ask for a discount.”
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Art Gallery
“RT IN ISLAND is the biggest 3D Museum in Asia as far as number of 3D paintings is concerned, and can be found in Cubao, Quezon City. The biggest in terms of area is the 3D Museum in Jeju Island in Korea at 4,100 sqm, versus the 3,800 sqm of Art in Island. It's a museum with visually stunning 3D artworks that you can touch, interact with, and be part of. It was founded by Yun Jae Kyoung and his Korean partners, with 14 3D artists from Korea working on all the paintings in 4 months.”
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Shopping Mall
“Robinsons Magnolia is one of the luxurious Robinsons malls in the Metro. It also has a supermarket on the lower ground floor and artisanal pastries and gourmet food bazaar every weekend.”
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Health & Beauty Service
“You can find a lot of things here, dine, watch movie, play games and a lot more”
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Shopping Mall
“Eastwood Mall is a shopping and dining paradise at par with the world’s best. Awarded the “Best Shopping Center of the Year” in 2010 and 2012 by the Philippine Retailers Association, Eastwood Mall houses chef-driven restaurants offering al fresco dining as well as state-of-the art cinemas, which are among the finest and the most sought-after in the country.”
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Buurt
“The Philippines' premier university. Great for walks and exercising. A haven for fishball and fried street food enthusiasts!”
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Park
“If you enjoy quite places and be connected with nature, this is the best place for you. Entrance fee of 30 pesos / adult”
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Diner
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“The pioneer university town concept in the country and a playground for curious minds. UP Town Center plays host to two major universities and educational institutions, as well as residential villages along Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. With its distinctive dining and retail options complemented by lush landscaping and greenery, UP Town Center will continue to expand to serve as a place for social interaction, relaxation and convergence, as well as a venue for creative expression and performing arts. ”
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Transportation
“Eastwood Mall is a shopping and dining paradise at par with the world’s best. Awarded the “Best Shopping Center of the Year” in 2010 and 2012 by the Philippine Retailers Association, Eastwood Mall houses chef-driven restaurants offering al fresco dining as well as state-of-the art cinemas, which are among the finest and the most sought-after in the country.”
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Route
“From Comedy Bars to Karaoke, this area has many option - about 20 minutes in a cab.”
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University
“Premiere university of the country. You can jog/run there anytime. You must also try the street food sold at the Vinzons Hall area! Pancit canton, kwek-kwek, squid balls, and dynamite are the must try's!”
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Toprestaurants

Shopping Mall
“Fairview Terraces has different restaurants such as Chillis, Pepper Lunch, Army-Navy, Gerry's Grill, and a lot more.... ”
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Beer Garden
“Affordable cocktail drinks and bar chows, also the bar's very lively ambiance.”
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Buffet
“eat all you can buffet restaurant that plays on the hotpot/shabu-shabu concept”
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Restaurant
“Drop by Gerry's Grill for delicious Filipino food! Several Gerry's branches are near Zinnia Towers, like in TriNoma and Tomas Morato. Get sisig, inihaw na pusit, crispy pata, and other Filipino favorites here! Other favorites of mine include the Kilawin Puso ng Saging, Tinumok, Lumpiang Shanghai, and Beef Casserole.”
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Restaurant
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Bar
“Historia is a Filipino-Spanish inspired bar with a stage reserved for nights when they have bands and artists to play for them. ”
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Nightclub
“Guilly's is arguably the most popular club in the city! This is where you go to dance and meet new people! Unless you plan on spending some cash, don't expect to find a chair since this place is usually packed! I suggest going here last to end your bar crawl with a bang!”
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Restaurant
“Casual Dining, Bakes, Cakes, Desserts A casual restaurant for just about anyone. You will see many branches of Banapple in Metro Manila and Tomas Morato has one too. We recommend it if you need a dessert and comfort food fix. Try their Banoffee Pie whether dine or to-go.”
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