Looking for a place in near Cebu City where you can unwind and relax? I highly recommend Bluewater Maribago Beach Resort! It is location in Lapu-lapu City, Mactan Island. It is just a couple of minutes drive away from Cebu City itself.
They offer a white sad beach front, an infinite pool, great food, snorkeling, great and affordable rooms, and many more! You can stay there overnight or just for a day trip!
#holidayvacation summer in December. Awesome staffs and great resort amenities. would surely go back.
Cebu City, Philippines
Rest day with my friends.
Maribago Blue Water Resort in Mactan, Lapu-lapu ✨
A friend gave me discount coupons for this high class resort. I was so excited that I went there as soon as the nearest weekend came. I brought my bestfriend with me and we enjoyed the whole day. But basically, even with the discounted coupons I still spent way more than I could afford that day. 😅
As a multi-ethnic archipelagic country, the Philippines attracts a large number of tourists with its rich cultural heritage and island resources. Diving has become one of the most popular projects of the moment.
But in terms of hotels, the Philippines is also adapted to local conditions and creates different hotel accommodations with existing natural resources.
Plantation Bay Resort and Spa in Cebu, the most beautiful stop on my trip to the Philippines.
Why is it the most beautiful? Because I took a lot of beautiful photos here, it completely subverted the style of my former female man.
The hotel's park has a contiguous lake, one of the largest private lagoons in the world.
The lagoon is surrounded by unique rooms, where guests can play directly into the water from the balcony of their room. There are many a wealth of water recreation projects, including water slides, rock climbing, water archery, boating and more.
If you are coming to Cebu, I would recommend this hotel for couples and family trips.
The Magellan wooden cross built by Ferdinand Magellan on April 14, 1521 marks the colonization of these islands by the King of Spain. This attraction is also the first Christian-born Filipino Humabang and his wife, Joyner, and about 400 followers to accept the baptism of Magellan and his Spanish monks as Catholics.
Between 1525 and 1740, Pastor Augustine built an open temple for the cross, and the local indigenous people began to scrape from the wooden cross, believing that the sawdust was magical. In order to protect the cross, a hollow cross built with Philippine peas and woods encased the original cross, and the cross still stands.
Do you want to come here too, remember this maritime pioneer?
tips: Manila flies in the fog, then go to the dock to buy a mint ticket, then you can leave your luggage at the dock, then take a car to the Town Hall Square.