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Visiting Art In Island Quezon City

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Art In Island is a great interractive 3D museum or all ages. It is located at 15th avenue, Barangay, Soccoro, Cubao, Quezon City. In the museum you can find numerous 3D art paintings created by some artists. You are allowed to be the part of the art. In some museum, you may not be allowed to take some pictures, or only after turning your flash off. This museum is different, they want you to take as many photos and videos as you like. In the museum you can find an underwater scene where you can be the mermaid, or a surfer in a giant wave to stimulate you are the one riding it.

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Spending a day experiencing the collections of the museum

Spending a day experiencing the collections of the museum

1. La Mesa Eco Park

1. La Mesa Eco Park

When you have a tour in Quezon City, visiting La Mesa Eco park is a worth thing to do. It is a beautiful and large lush jungle with greenery and wildlife. The La Mesa Eco park is a best place to take a break from city life. It transports you to the tropical life. The park is a house of wildlife animals. You can also see butterfly heaven, orchidarium, colorful fish, and many other rare animals in the park. There park has a swimming pool, a water bike, flower terrcace, and a spot for fishing. Those facilities attract tourists to visit the park.

2. Maginhawa Food Park

2. Maginhawa Food Park

If you love International food with a twist, Maginhawa Food Park is a must visit tourist attraction for you. The place is a home to plenty of food trucks and stalls that allow you to pick and choose your favorite food and drink. You can find many International and local delicious dish. There are pizza, fresh spring roll, thai tea, sky high shaved topped with chocolateand cherries, colorful drinks in plastic bags, and many more. The place would be a perfect place to share loeve and happiness with family and friends. In the park you can also taste the delicious local cuisine. There are so many food trucks and stalls to choose and all within your your budget.

3.  Eastwood City

3. Eastwood City

Eastwood city is the epicenterof Quezon city. Everything you are looking for can be found in Quezon City. You can go shopping in luxurious and high end stores. You can also go to the craft route with trinkets at the local flea market. It is also fun to eat and taste local and western food both with upscale restaurants. You can also veg out at the movie house, have a seat and drink at one of the trendy bars. Just enjoy the outdoors in the courtyard surrounded by palm trees is also fun thing to do. There are always exciting things happening in Wastwood City whether it is spontaneous fireworks, strange street performance, or just some great international people watching. The place is always amusing. It is worth to visit the place while you are having tour in Quezon City.

4.  La Mesa Dam and Reservoir

4. La Mesa Dam and Reservoir

La Mesa Dam and Reservoir is a protected watershed in Quezon. It is said to hold the last remaining plot of rainforest in Metro manila. The reservoir is the main water source for some 12 million residents in the city. It is 700 hectares area surrounded by 2.000 hectare of forest and natural trails. It is home for indigenous flora and fauna and native species ogf butterflies, birds, and lizards. When you have a tour in Quezon city, it is worth to visit the LaMesa Dam and Reservoir. Come, explore, snap pictures, learn, and experience the watersheld surrounded by forest and natural trails.

Art In Island Quezon City Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

You can get the ticket by directy purchase on the ticket desk avaiable in the site. You can find the ticketing desk in the area of entrance gate.

How To Get Around?

Getting around the Art In Island on foot is really a good choice, since the city is very pleasant for pedestrian.You can go around to Eastwood City, Crown Garden Spa, Maginhawa Food Park, Sining Kamalig art Gallery, La Messo Eco Park, Bookay okay, and other tourist attractions near the museum. It is also worth to go around by jeepney. It is a local traditional public transportation in Philippine. You can also go around the muaseum by hiring car or motorbike. Uber and Grab are also available in the city.

What Should I Wear?

'There is no dress code when you have a tour in Art In Island. The only thing that is important is you should wear comfortable shoes or sandals and stuff. Make sure you bring some sun screen protections like: sun block, sunglasses, hat, scarf, or face mask. It is comfortable to wear t-shirt, skirt, pants, dress, or light jacket.

Art In Island Quezon City Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit the museum is in the morning when the museum is recently opened, when there is no crowd in the area of the museum. If you come around 11.00 a. m , the museum is started to crowd. It is also good to visit the museum in the evening. You can experience the beauty of the museum in different changing color light.

Currency

Philippine Peso

Will I Need a Guide?

Having atour in Quezon City, you don't need any guide as long as you bring a map. Beside that, you can find all information you need in this website.

How To Get There?

If you are from overseas, you can reach Manila's Ninoy Aquino International airport (NAIA) by plane. There are many public transportations you can take to reach the museum from the airport. It is good to take a taxi. You have two taxi options: The coupon taxi and the metered yellow cab taxi. Coupon taxi is the most expensive option, but is best option if you are doing tour with large of group or have plenty of luggage to carry. You can also take an airport bus from terminal 3, then ride the light rail system to your destinantions. The airport bus leaves NAIA's terminal 3 every 20 minutes. You can also take Manila's light rail network (MRT and LRT) to reach the museum. It takes around 20 minutes to reach the museum from the airport by car.

Additional Info

It is not allowed to bring any food and drink, tripod, and pet in the museum. For those who easily gets cold, it is better to bring a jacket or a layered cloth since the Art In island is fully air-conditioned. All visitors are required to take off the shoes before entering the museum. The museum also have a counter where you can put you shoes. Art In Island is open to public every Tuesday to Sunday at 09.30 a.m to 09.30 p.m.It is closed on Monday for maintenance except in holidays.The entrance fee to the museum is P500 for adults and P400 for students. It is free for children under 7 years and adult above 60 years old. Citizen cardholders and PWDs will have discounts to enter the museum.Art In Island will also have events and promotions every month.