(SPOT.ph) Quezon City is one of the earliest cities to have been developed in the Metro. It's a far cry from newly developed areas like Bonifacio Global City, but the city has its own charm and curiosities, with decades upon decades of history woven into its winding roads. QC: A Guide to the Quezon City Experience frames and captures the city in a new light, guiding readers through the ins and outs of Quezon City's best through different snapshots, narratives, and artist collaborations—giving us a look into the city we know all too well, and yet too little.
Featuring need-to-know information on everything—from food and shopping to transportation and accommodation, the guidebook was launched by the Quezon City local government on March 28. It was created in partnership with Do Good Studio and features comprehensive guides, in-depth interviews, and stories that showcase the city's identity.
QC: A Guide to the Quezon City Experience is not commercially available yet as of writing, but free copies will be distributed to boutique hotels all over the city. It will also be given to foreign dignitaries visiting the Office of the Vice Mayor or during international conferences participated by the Quezon City local government. If you're curious, here's a peek inside the book:
QC: A Guide to the Quezon City Experience is published in partnership with Do Good Studio. For updates on where to get a copy, follow Quezon City Local Government on Facebook.