Love the outdoors? You can bike, swim, get on a boat, camp, go horseback riding, go fishing, or play paintball at La Mesa Eco Park in Quezon City.
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The National Mental Hospital can be a perfect running place in the morning or late afternoon thanks to its surviving greenery, one of the few in Mandaluyong City. Just make sure to wear a proper running gear if you want to hit the pavements there.
The UP Arboretum is one of the remaining wildlife areas in Quezon City. It is home to 9,298 plants, 15 kinds of amphibians and reptiles, 47 bird species, and a number of mammals.
This artificial island located off the coast of Metro Manila is a sanctuary for migratory birds.
Pasig Rainforest Park rebranded as Rainforest Adventure Experience (RAVE) has something for Megacitizens who love extreme sports and those who just want a respite from the busy streets of the metro.
Balara Filters Park is one of the oldest of Quezon City’s parks. It has swimming pools, a picnic grove, a windmill park, and art deco buildings.
This garden of native trees is among the newest biodiversity spots inside the University of the Philippines in Diliman.
Opening its doors to the public in the 1970s, this Quezon City park is a nice place to go to for Megacitizens who would like to escape the busy streets of the metro. You can enter the park for 8 pesos.
Washington Sycip Park near Greenbelt mall is a quiet patch of green in Legaspi Village, Makati.
A forest in the Megacity? Arroceros, a park dubbed as Manila’s last lung, is an important patch of green in the concrete jungle.
Paco Park was once Manila’s municipal cemetery for an exclusive circle of people. Decades later, the former burial ground was converted into a park.