In 1972 the local Chinese community built this large, colorful Philippine Taoist Temple in Cebu City. Both worshippers and non-worshippers can enter the temple free of charge. Every child in the city makes a field trip here sometime during grade school. Many believers seek guidance on life choices here through various rituals or from the monks of the temple. .Whether a believer or not, you find this a clean, quiet place for meditation. You can take pictures of the exterior, but signs prohibit taking photos inside, and security guards do enforce this regulation.
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A really beautiful temple overlooking the city, featuring a shop selling various things (Including water), clean restrooms, a few nice building and two areas to get a break and some shade.
After a hot day, it was really a nice spot to rest and admire the city.
If you are on the way to the temple of Leah, it's worth the detour.
The temple itself is very similar to many taoist temple in South East Asia. A bit confused how it is listed as a tourist attraction here in Cebu. But the same can be said for all the rest of 'attractions' in Cebu. Mostly hyped up and only worth 10 minutes visit each. #wintergetaway
Cebu is the Best! Really the best. From beaches to Churches. To tourist attractions and destinations. You must visit Cebu and experience Beauty! ❣