Take a sneak peak at one of the Philippines’ most prestigious universities—the University of the Philippines, Diliman!
The University of the Philippines in Diliman is one of the most popular campuses in our country, and I happen to be from there. Many people from outside the university would actually just visit to hang out, jog, or even just to take pictures. There are a lot of wonderful spots in the campus, which makes it one of the more popular places to hold shoots!
Here are a few photos that I took of the campus.
If you are coming from the main entrance, this is the first building that you would see. It houses the iconic Oblation statue.
This is the Sunken Garden, where people would play recreational activities like football and ultimate. Some would also have picnics here.
This is a part of the Academic Oval, just right outside the Palma Hall. The Academic Oval is where people would jog.
And this is an empty hallway inside Palma Hall itself. Palma Hall is one of the most popular buildings in the campus. It is the building most frequented by students.
This is another part of the Academic Oval.
This is the path leading to the Institute of Mathematics. This is by far my favorite shot inside the campus! It makes me forget the horror I had in Math class.
And this last photo is a view from the atrium of my favorite building, the School of Economics, where I’ve spent most of my time as an Economics major.
These photos are just a small portion of the whole campus; there are so much more wonderful places that you could visit. I will leave the rest of them for you to discover.