Mactan-Cebu International Airport is the second largest airport in the Philippines. The new Terminal 2, as the gateway to tourist resorts in the region, is designed to echo a resort-like feel while function as a transport interchange. Its concept is contextual. Like a tropical grand indigenous house in The Philippines, the terminal has a high pitch roof and low eaves to fend off solar heat and glare. The uppermost structure is lightweight to withstand seismic activity and its form is well braced against typhoons. #airportintravel #cebu #itsmorefuninthephilippines
You can’t help but notice in plain sight this statue when you pass by the busy streets of Parian District in Cebu City since it is visually enormous and appealing.
The Heritage of Cebu Monument was constructed for 3 years only which started in 1997 by a Cebuano artist, Eduardo Castrillo. The monument displays in artistic form a lot about Cebu from its festive events, to significant people and scenes that made history in Cebu.
This place is free for everyone since it does not require any fees upon entering but we highly recommend to donate any amount for its maintenance and upkeep.
Beat the heat in style at Dusit Thani Mactan Cebu. Cool off by the pool, indulge at the lunch buffet and let the kids loose in the Fun Zone. Be sure to stay until dusk to catch a glimpse of the stunning Cebu sunset.
With a heartfelt belief and commitment to Thai hospitality, high style surroundings and discreet, personalised service, each Dusit hotel offers guests a uniquely special stay.
Yep, came here for the coffee ☕️😅 but didn’t expect that @cebuplantcompany has a lot to offer 🤍 From coffee, to foods and most importantly the place and the ambience 🍃And if you’re a plantito/plantita, this is definitely the best place for you. 💚🪴 🍃Open from 10AM-6PM every Tuesday to Sunday 📍Cebu Plant Company Compound, Casanta Soong, Lapu-Lapu City
THE plant craze has been taking the internet by storm since last year. Every corner of the house is filled with indoor plants, patios are turning into mini gardens, backyards have become like small greenhouses—these are the photos usually seen in one’s social media newsfeed.
Before, Cebuanos had to flock to the mountainside to buy some plants, breathe some fresh air and enjoy a walk. Now, they can drive up north, specifically in Road Casanta, So-ong, Lapu-Lapu City, to go plant shopping, meet other plantitos and plantitas, and just take a nature trip.
What was once an empty 1,000-square-meter property is now a haven for certified plant lovers and budding green thumbs.
Cebu Plant Company features everything one needs for his garden: soil, potting mix, different design and sizes of pots, aesthetically pleasing garden tools, and thousands of plants—both imported and local.
Cebu Plant Company owners Neil Felipp and Yasmine Moeller highlight indigenous plants, as well as bushes, ferns, herbs, succulents and cacti arranged neatly by category.