Whatever religion you are , this Temple is still a grate interesting & acceptance religious location .... with also a good view of Cebu City Recommend , if taking a taxi up the hill to visit the Tem...
One of the best place to capture great moments and scenery in the heart of Cebu City. Taoist Temple is one of the exemplary place to visit based on the belief and based on the utmost great view that t...
Adorned with dragon statues and intricately beautiful architecture, the Cebu Taoist Temple is one of the most visited spots in Cebu City. Situated on top of a hill, this temple was built in 1972 by the Chinese community in Cebu. If you’re planning to drop by, here are some fun facts about the Cebu Taoist Temple that will make your trip more educational and fun.
I enjoyed beautiful scenery at Taoist Temple (宿霧定光寶殿) in Cebu.
The temple is located in Beverly Hills Subdivision of Cebu City, Philippines. It is built by Cebu's substantial Chinese community in 1972. With an elevation of 110 metres (360 ft) above sea level, the temple is a towering, multi-tiered, multi-hued attraction accessible by three separate winding routes.
The temple is set in beautiful surroundings easily reached by taxi from the city centre.
Quite a lot of steps need to be climbed so be advised to wear suitable footware.
The temple is a popular site so do not expect to be alone there. We went early morning so it was less crowded.
Cebu Taoist is another must visit attraction in Cebu City. The temple welcomes both worshipers and non-worshipers alike. It could be reached through three different routes and the entrance replicates that of the Great Wall of China. #wintergetaway
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.