This building is the oldest surviving building in the Philippines. The appearance of the entire house has not been significantly restored, and it has almost maintained its original appearance. The interior of the house also shows the furnishings and purposes of the time.
The interior and exterior of this house, whether it is architecture or interior furnishings, reveal a great sense of history. Although the furnishings inside are very old, they feel very particular about it. Many of them are related to religion.
This 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.
More than 300 years old house in south east asia. Full of history. The family of yap anf sandiego really preserved all the things inside the house.Photos of the generation is displayed in the 1st floor and original arrangement is in the secind floor.There's a few minutes orientation before you can tour inside the house.The new generation owners of the family still went and lives in the house during weekends.
Cebu consists of two parts of history, one is the old houses of the locals, the other is some buildings from the colonial period, including churches, etc. The environment of this ancient house is also pretty good, you can see quite a lot Of the facilities.
Not to Triassic Waterfall, not to Lushan. This is the slogan printed on the towel above the seat of each operating vehicle in Lushan Scenic Area. Enough to prove the impact of Triassic Waterfall. To Triassic Waterfall, you usually choose to take a rail car to and from, so you can save a few kilometers of mountain road, and return rail car 80 yuan per person. We opted for the hike. It took about 40 minutes more than the cable car, about 2 km. The steps were very steep, with a few straight up and down feel, listening to the roar of the falls all the way but not seeing the shadows of the falls, enough to see the lush trees and the steepness of the mountain. But when you turn N-turn and suddenly find the white dragons flowing down 3,000 feet, it's worth all the hard work. Even though it's not rainy, the currents are not very large, but still spectacular.
The old Chinese left a real scene. The water tank faucet and wooden sink that seem to be strange today must have been the most fashionable decoration configuration at that time. The old feeling still gives off the luxury of the year.