All-time favorites in Philippines
University of the Philippines is one of All-time favorites in Philippines.

1. University of the Philippines

University Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Quezon City
University · Quezon City District 4 · 95 tips and reviews

4sqPhilippines4sqPhilippines: Founded in 1949, University of the Philippines Diliman is the fourth oldest constituent university of the UP System and has extension program campuses in Pampanga and Olongapo City.

Sunken Garden is one of All-time favorites in Philippines.

2. Sunken Garden

University of the Philippines - Diliman (btwn Roxas Ave & Osmena Ave), Quezon City, Quezon City
College Quad · Quezon City District 4 · 33 tips and reviews

4sqPhilippines4sqPhilippines: The Sunken Garden is a 5-hectare basin-shape low-level formation and has a deepest point of 65 meters above seal level located on the eastern side of the University of the Philippines Diliman campus.

Quezon Memorial Circle is one of All-time favorites in Philippines.

3. Quezon Memorial Circle

Elliptical Rd, Quezon City, Quezon City
Monument / Landmark · Pinyahan · 104 tips and reviews

4sqPhilippines4sqPhilippines: On August 19, 1979, the remains of former President Manuel Quezon were reinterred at the memorial and by a virtue of presidential decree, it was declared a National Shrine.

Eton Centris Walk is one of All-time favorites in Philippines.

4. Eton Centris Walk

btwn Epifanio delos Santos Ave. & Quezon City (Diliman), Quezon City, Quezon City
Plaza · Pinyahan · 95 tips and reviews

4sqPhilippines4sqPhilippines: Centris Walk is a 12-hectare complex with a gross floor area of 14,000 square meters. Main attraction is the “Constellations” a mushroom-like pods that light up and changes colors every 10 seconds.

Bantayog ng mga Bayani is one of All-time favorites in Philippines.

5. Bantayog ng mga Bayani

at Quezon Ave. (Diliman), Quezon City, Quezon City
Historic Site · Pinyahan · 2 tips and reviews

4sqPhilippines4sqPhilippines: Built on a 1.5-hectare lot in Quezon City, the Memorial Center, which includes a Wall of Remembrance in black granite partition, commemorate the martyrs and heroes from 1965 to 1986.

SM City North EDSA is one of All-time favorites in Philippines.

6. SM City North EDSA

SM City North EDSA Complex, Brgy. Santo Cristo (btwn Epifanio delos Santos Ave. & North Ave.), Quezon City, Quezon City
Mall · Bagong Pag-Asa · 314 tips and reviews

4sqPhilippines4sqPhilippines: The largest mall in the Philippines and world's third in terms of leasable area. At 482,878-sq.m., opened on November 25, 1985. Constructed in 1983, once called "The SM Supermarket North Edsa."

7. SMART Araneta Coliseum

Gen. Araneta St (Araneta Center), Quezon City, Quezon City
Stadium · Socorro · 187 tips and reviews

4sqPhilippines4sqPhilippines: Opened on March 16, 1960, Araneta Coliseum is one of the largest clear span domes in the world and indoor facility in Asia with 108 meters dome span. It occupies a total land area of 40,000 sq.m.

Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium is one of All-time favorites in Philippines.

8. Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium

4/F RCBC Tower, 6819 Sen. Gil Puyat (Ayala Avenue), Makati City, Makati City
Theater · Bel-Air · 19 tips and reviews

4sqPhilippines4sqPhilippines: Did you know: The auditorium is named after Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, the first Filipino to become president of the United Nations General Assembly from 1949 to 1950.