ErikaThis is a historical place in the Philippines. It is where the Christianity in the Philippines were brought for the first time. The original cross is inside this big cross in the picture. They did it for protection and to preserve it as well. There will be ladies there who. Would offer to pray for you for only $2. They will pray in front of you in their own language. All you have to do os give your name and they will pray in like a singing manner. It is quite entertaining. It is a must visit in Cebu especially if you are into history and religion.
yangduoduo17After we participated in the whale shark tour, we decided to visit the tumalog waterfall. You have to take a motorcycle or walk down the mountain to get there. The one-way ride by car costs 75 pesos, and there is another drop-off point at the top. Each person needs an extra bike to take you to the next 1/4 mile. This is the cost that tourists will spend anyway. When you get there, the waterfall is quite spectacular, 100 feet high and 60 feet wide, with no artificial traces of natural beauty. Dip your feet in the lower water and let the fish eat your dead skin. What a wonderful view, a must-visit attraction in oslob.
DanaThis is the first ever museum I've been to! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS PLACE! ♥️ Why? because it showcases the actual lifestyle and living of a Filipino-Chinese family in Cebu City during the Spanish era. Everything is still gorgeous and well-preserved. Moreover, the place is beautiful. It hangs a lot of Christmas lantern during Christmas, and it also turns into a great symbol of Philippine Independence every June 12. This museum is located in Parian, downtown Cebu. Entrance fee is 30-50 pesos if I am not mistaken. They are open daily. I always come back to this place. Always.
DanaCasa Gorordo was the 3rd Museum I've been to in Cebu City. I loved my visit to Casa Gorordo because it is such a well-preserved place. The furnitures were still in good quality and pretty, the beds and the clothings featured inside the house were still neat and clean. It really shows the actual life during the 1800s. If one wants to time travel back to the Spanish Colonization era of the Philippines, visiting places like Casa Gorordo is a great way to go. Casa Gorordo is located in Parian, Downtown Cebu, opens daily, and I think they have an entrance fee. I am not quite sure because I went there for free c/o my Young Minds Academy program.
Mactan Island Driving: Suitable, Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Not Recommended
Carnaza Eco Park is one of the breathtaking places most people would want to go back to. What is actually intriguing about this place is that most guests would say that the place is totally affordable. You get to enjoy without spending so much. This is why we made sure that we get to visit this place this year.
Carnaza is located in Daanbantayan, Cebu. Before you can reach the place, you will have to hire a pump boat first from Tapilon Port. There is no need for you to book a whole pump boat unless you are in big groups. It is highly encouraged to arrive in Tapilon Port before 3pm as the journey to Carnaza Eco Park is 30 minutes to around an hour.
Visit now and enjoy their white sand beach!
The White Mansion theme. It was actually inspired by the 18th Century that gives you an elegant vibe because of its 2D art design. Every corner is surely instagrammable
.The White Mansion 2D Cafe is located at Mactan, Lapu-lapu City that is a little far from the center of Cebu. You can find it after Mactan Elementary School before you turn right, on the way to Mactan Newtown.
When you get inside you'll see the counter where the menu is located. Since it's new, they only have few menu to choose from. I was actually looking for some coffee but unfortunately the coffee machine was broken so we just opted with the milktea series. Here's the menu incase you wanted to know what to expect and what to order.
Two years ago, I was there. My heart was so happy that I could dance for joy. I have been wanting to spend a day relaxing on this beautiful resort called Happy Beach in Cebu.
That certain feeling when you finally reach your goals? It was the same feeling I felt when I have finally explored the place.I'm a lover of anything pink and a fan of bright colors, that's why it has been on my bucket list when I saw its ad on Instagram 3 years ago. So, I told myself that I will definitely visit the place. Then it happened! I finally booked a day use on this beautiful resort 2 years ago.
We have to admit that seeing beautiful flowers all over the place makes us happy. It's like a happy pill to almost everyone. So we went there last 2019, when my cousins from Manila came here in Cebu. A little fact about why this beautiful garden became a tourist attraction. The owner of the place is a former Flight attendant, and back in 2016 of January it finally opened to public.
This famous flower garden is also known as Sirao Flower Garden since this is located at Brgy. Sirao, Cebu City. It's a 30 minutes drive from downtown since the location is somewhere uphill.
Over all five stars. Love the food, the interior and ambiance. The staffs are very welcoming. We dine in today and the French owner served our dinner and made the experience more personal.
Cozy and homey restaurant offering French cuisine. Dishes come in big size and desserts are worth trying! I will definitely try different dishes next time cuz I saw the ready to serve food for other tables. Looks super nice!
Will definitely come here more often. Merci beaucoup.
A Vietnamese restaurant. Sure is aunthentic. Not quite a fan of their dishes but I managed. Everything seem to be "herby". But what I like about their food are their sauces. Too bad I wasn't able to take a pica. They have quite a variety of it and it compliments very well to their dishes. What's great is that it's unlimited. We all love that "unlimited" word. And did i mention the ambiance is great too?
If you're in to Indian food, then this is the right place. Not my favorite, but i do crave for their food at times. They have various selections if your not a fan of curry. You can also request also the level of spicyness.
What i love about this place is the peace and quiet and ofcourse, the view. The sunset is very calming. You can also see the Marcelo Fernan bridge from here.
For great food, try Cafe Laguna” And sure enough, everyone went for a taste and came back for more.
Laguna and served Filipino food with distinctive taste incomparable to this day. Food that not only was good but which brought memories of home cooked meals shared with friends and family.
Now, Café Laguna is a landmark for wholesome and delicious Filipino cuisine. From humble beginnings, the expertise of Lita Urbina and her staff have touched the lives of so many Cebuanos through the restaurant and catering service. Proving, once and for all, that the best way to anyone’s heart is through delicious cooking.
It's a rainy Thursday night in the City when I got an invitation from my friends, Maria Kahlila Alenton and Cesar Acebedo to have dinner in Cafe Georg.
I would recommend Spicy Penang, a steamed fresh parrot fish fillet with aromatic curry butter, tomatoes and onions. I don't eat fish but this one, it arose my senses. As a carnivorous person, it tastes like I'm eating meat, not fish. I love it. I can consume the whole order.
I love the delectable classic grilled thin-cut pork belly with a sweet and peppery sauce paired with rice. It's titillating my taste buds