Interesting Changes in Balete Drive Quezon City

Interesting Changes in Balete Drive Quezon City


Quezon City is the largest city in Metro Manila and a former Philippine capital. It is well-known as a place that is rich in history, filled with historical spots, museums, national shrines, parks, government offices, and renowned schools.

There are a lot more interesting stories about this beautiful place. Probably one of the famous areas in this city is the street of Balete Drive. Balete Drive is home to some very intriguing tales. From haunted houses, supernatural things in trees and it’s famous White Lady Legend.

Balete Drive changes a lot as time passes by. Through the years, It managed to retain the popularity, but gradually changes the perspective of the people. From a horrifying street of Quezon City to now being part of the fastest-growing community, multiple investors are starting to discern great investment for properties.

House and Lot for Sale in Balete Drive, Quezon City

One good example of the investment for a property is the House and Lot for sale in Balete Drive Street near Aurora Boulevard, acknowledged as part of the commercial area of the city.

A Bungalow House for Sale located in a commercial area.

The property is a 500 sqm lot area.

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Here are some popular tourist destinations near Balete Drive, Quezon City.

Quezon Memorial Circle
R-7, Diliman, Quezon City

The 66-meter shrine is a fitting tribute to the founder of Quezon City and one of the country’s greatest statesmen President Manuel Luis Quezon. Aside from being home to the late president Manuel Quezon and his wife’s remains, the park is also a haven for park goers who want a nice place to chill and play.

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Art in Island
175 15th Ave., Brgy. Socorro

Art in Island in Cubao is definitely one-of-a-kind. It’s a 3D art museum where guests are encouraged to interact and play freely with the art pieces on the wall. Be part of these beautiful arts.

Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center
Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City

The 80-hectare complex of wooded area has a children’s playground and a man-made lagoon for boating. This zoological and botanical garden situated near the Quezon Memorial Circle is a haven for nature lovers. This park serves as home to many abandoned, sick, injured, and confiscated animals. Here, they can enjoy natural habitats and recover to full health.

Sining Kamalig Art Gallery
 Ali Mall, General Romulo Ave, Cubao, Quezon City

A classic art gallery featuring beautiful works by local Filipino artists and visionaries- Sining Kamalig gallery in Quezon City will take your breath away.

University of the Philippines Diliman
Roxas Ave, Diliman, Quezon City

The 493-hectare university campus offers plenty of spots like, the sunken garden, the oblation and academic oval, Quezon hall, Carillion tower and more.

What other places do you recommend to visit in Quezon City? We’re curious! Type your comments below!