Cebu’s Wonderful Attractions
Be amazed and get to know the city’s magnificent beauty more by reading our posts about Cebu best attractions!
The Edge Coaster and Sky Walk are part of the Sky Experience Adventure entertainment program of the Crown Regency Hotel and Towers located on Osmeña Boulevard, Cebu City. The Edge Coaster is located at the 38th floor of the hotel […]
Take a dive in Cebu’s refreshing waters! Talong Island is a great diving spot located 55 km north and northeast of Mactan Island, Cebu. The name “talong” means eggplant in the local dialect. The north and northwest sides of Talong […]
There are two bridges that span the Mactan Channel between Cebu Island and Mactan Island and connecting the two islands. The first is the First Mandaue-Mactan Bridge and the second is the Second Mandaue-Mactan Bridge or more popularly known as […]
The Taoist Temple is located in the high-end Beverly Hills subdivision in Cebu City. The temple was built by the Chinese community of Cebu. The towering, multicolored tourist attraction has an elevation of 300 meters above sea level and is […]
The Kawasan Falls is a three-layered waterfall series located in the Municipality of Badian, Cebu, which has become popular with foreign and local tourists throughout the years. The first waterfall is the largest and highest of the three falls, while […]
Fort San Pedro or Fuerte de San Pedro in Spanish, is a military defense fortification built by Spanish and native Cebuano laborers and started under Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi in 1565. He led the expedition that occupied the […]
Plaza Independencia is strategically located between Fort San Pedro and the building that used to be the Gobierno Provincial in the downtown area of Cebu. The plaza is a popular hangout for many living...
The Casa Gorordo Museum was originally a two-storey house built in the mid-19th century in the historic Parian district of Cebu City. During the Spanish colonial era, the Parian district was the most prestigious section of the city and home […]
Colon Street is a very busy and crowded street in downtown Cebu City. It is proudly known as the oldest street in the Philippines. It was named after Cristobal Colon...
The Heritage of Cebu Monument is a tableau of sculptures made of concrete, bronze, brass and steel showing scenes about events and structures related to the history of Cebu. The construction of the monument began in July 1997 and it was finished in December 2000...