Time In Quezon City Now


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Time in Quezon City Now Current time in Quezon City Philippines with seconds according to the official atomic clock.
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What Time in Quezon City Now

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What Time is It in Quezon City

Many of those who ask what time is it in Quezon City now want to make a call at a more convenient time.

We have some useful links at the bottom of the page collected for you by the experts on our team.

In this section you will learn the main facts about the current time in Quezon City.
The IANA time zone identifier for Quezon City is Asia/Quezon City.

Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time (DST) is not used in Quezon City.

Without DST clocks do not change in Quezon City, keeping the same UTC offset throughout the year.

Facts About Quezon City
  • Continent: Asia
  • Country: Philippines
  • Dial Code: +63
  • Elevation: 796 m
  • Population: 2,960,048
  • Currency: Philippine Peso (PHP)
  • Latitude: 14°38′N
  • Longitude: 121°02′E
  • Official Language: Filipino, English

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Information for Travelers

Quezon City is the most populous city in the Philippines.

Named after Manuel L. Quezon, the second president of the Philippines, Quezon is now a metropolitan area filled with entertainment, shopping, art, business and nightlife.

It belongs to the metropolitan region of Manila and is located on the main island of Luzón, in the immediate vicinity of the capital Manila.

Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center is a 22.7 acre land in the middle of Quezon City, where it has become a sanctuary for animals, plants and people.

Its vast area is the ideal place to take your morning jog, and the trees provide the perfect shade for when you are tired and need to cool off.

Meanwhile, the botanical gardens feature an impressive array of native and plant species.

Another sanctuary you can escape to when city life gets a little daunting is La Mesa Ecopark.

Explore on foot or by bike and feel at one with nature thanks to its thriving vegetation, flora and fauna.

You'll find a good balance of urban life, wildlife and marine life at your fingertips during your time in this bustling Philippine city.

Anything and everything you are looking for can be found in East Wood City.

Shop upscale upscale shops or follow the trinket craft route at the local flea market.

Eat local or western with both upscale restaurants and hole-in-the-wall stalls.

Grab vegetables at the Movie House, sit down and have a drink at one of the trendy bars, or enjoy the outdoors on the palm-fringed patio when you're looking for entertainment.

There are always interesting things happening in Eastwood City, whether it's spontaneous fireworks, weird street performers or just some great international people watching.


Quezon City in Metro Manila offers a plethora of historical and religious landmarks, fun attractions and foodie destinations for local and international travelers alike.

The city has a very high population density of around 16,000 inhabitants per square kilometer.

Quezon City Memorial Circle is a national park located in the heart of the subway.

It's one of the best places to visit if you want to know more about the city, thanks to the attractions found there:

Originally located in Gilmore Street, New Manila, the Quezon City Government worked to rebuild the original Quezon family home in 2013.

Today, about 60% of the original structure and interiors, along with the furniture and memorabilia, are in the Quezon City Memorial Circle, open for all to visit.

The two-story bright yellow house of neoclassical design is also where the Philippine Red Cross was founded, with the help of Doña Aurora. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.

Read about Quezon City in Wikipedia

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