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Quezon Memorial Circle used to be a scary place at night and just a jogger's place in the morning but lately there's been many improvements and added attractions like Paddle and Pedal (boat rides), Circle of Joy children's playground, Circle of Fun (ala carnival), various restaurants, bike rentals, tiangge stalls and there's this adventure: the zipline
there are now at least three ziplines in QC, the first one is at the La Mesa Ecopark, then another one at Circulo Verde in Libis, Quezon City and now this new attraction at Quezon City Circle.
Note that Tutubi has yet to try the zipline, height is about 20 meters, length is about 100 meters. safety? can't comment too so no reviews for now
Quezon City Memorial Circle Zipline Rates:
One way: PhP100.00
Two way: PhP150.00
Open daily from 8am to 9pm
no entrance fee at Quezon Memorial Circle
plenty of car parking spaces for PhP15 (cars/vans)
For an online map of Quezon Memorial Circle, click here. For directions and information on how to get there, click the link about if below.