As a multi-ethnic archipelagic country, the Philippines was once a colonial country of Spain and the United States. After its independence on July 4, 1946, the Philippines still retains a large number of Western cultural heritage, whether it is a tangible architectural civilization or an intangible religious heritage. The Simara Temple in Cebu (also known as the Cathedral of the Himalayas) is the largest and most spectacular church in the area. Its architectural style is entirely European, making it seem as though you have stepped into Europe itself. The entire church is quite large. The castle is strangely shaped outside, but the interior is full of colours. Due to the influence of Western culture, the Temple of Simara also has colourful windows.
The Simarasrine is located in the suburbs of Cebu, Philippines. Its shape resembles a castle, but its main function is to serve as a church.
The exterior spires of the building show the bustling degree of the church, while the interior is full of colorful, bright and beautiful statues overlooking the world, colorful wall windows refracting colorful light, colorful incense candles carry people's hopes to slowly burn...
[Hint] You can't wear sleeveless clothes before you enter the temple. You can't wear knee pants or skirts.