The acacia trees forming a cathedral of leaves over the tree-lined avenues is one of the top attractions of UP Diliman. Due to this canopy of leaves and branches, jogging, walking, even commuting becomes a lot cooler and more bearable.
Architecture watchers will find something to like among its buildings, from pre-war Benitez and Malcolm Hall to the 1950's futuristic Church of the Holy Sacrifice - a church with a central plan that looks like a visitor from outer space, to the new constructions sprouting everywhere in the campus.
The famous Sunken Garden can exhibit dusty brown to verdant green, depending on the season and the rainfall. Afternoons there can be relaxing.
The sun setting over UP Diliman can be very romantic, turning everything into a fiery golden yellow.
Food is varied and yummy, from the humble kwek-kwek to more expensive dinners at the Chocolate Kiss Cafe, and is guaranteed to be enjoyable.
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