All you need to know about Quezon City

All you need to know about Quezon City, Philippines

Quezon city is in the north-eastern part of the capital region Metro Manila, Philippines. Home to just over 3,278,000 people, this is an urbanised city that is home to a diverse landscape and lots of parks, including La Mesa Eco Park and Ninoy Aquino Parks. After actively promoting tourism, Quezon city now attracts visitors all year round because of its historical sites, landmarks, and points of interest like the Quezon Memorial Circle and Araneta Coliseum. For business travellers, dining options are plentiful with a variety of Filipino and International restaurants, cafes, and food markets. Quezon City is a major destination for education, healthcare, and entertainment, often referred to as the "City of Stars" due to its connection with the Philippine entertainment industry.


Transport in Quezon City

Getting around the city is simple due to its extensive transportation network. The MRT-3, a rapid transit system, is efficient and environmentally friendly. The line stops at key stations close to tourist hotspots and business districts and operates from 5:30am to 10:30pm daily. Single journey tickets cost approximately 15 to 30 Philippine pesos. Beep cards offer discounted fares for a variety of different transport options. Buses, there are multiple services, and Jeepneys are also popular modes of transport. Taxis, rentable bikes and e-scooters, ride-hailing apps are effective modes of transport in Quezon City also.


Key facts about the city

Capital: Macau Peninsula and Taipa

Population: Over 3,278,300

Currency: Philippine Peso (PHP)

Official Language: Filipino, English

Dominant Religion: Roman Catholicism

Time Zone: Philippine Standard Time (UTC +8)

Main Exports: Commerce, Education, Services

Internet Domain: .ph

International Dial Code: +63

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