The church is located next to the central square in the town of Bantayan. It is easy to find. Like most Catholic churches in the Philippines, it is mainly made of stone. Although the actual construction time of the church is unknown, it has a sense of historical vicissitudes... Those who come to Bantayan town, You can drop by. I especially like old buildings, like here. Fortunately, we can come here one day. The entrance staff gave us a pass to visit the inside of the church. The old church left a deep impression on me. You can know a lot of historical knowledge here.
A simpler cathedral built of stone is also a nice place to visit in a very elegant setting, and the view of the church is also in the heart of the old town, which was built by the settlers very early in the day.
Because it used to be a Spanish colony, the popularity of Christianity in Cebu is higher than in other Southeast Asia. Cebu Cathedral is already the most magnificent church on the island. Several scenic spots are relatively close to each other. It looks very white from the outside, giving people a very comfortable feeling.
It's very close to the Church of the Holy Child. It's a cathedral, but it's not big at all. The church is relatively new, regardless of your faith. Worth seeing! The vicinity of the Basilica of the Holy Child is not so famous compared to the Holy Child, but it is quite sensational. Watched a real Christian wedding there.
When I went to Cebu Cathedral, it happened to be a Sunday service, which was very crowded. It was the first time I felt the atmosphere of worship in a church. It was holy and I have always loved the church. The white lined under the blue sky and white clouds is particularly beautiful, and the images and windows inside are particularly beautiful.
Solemnly, there are two masses a day, in the morning and evening, you can visit. The church is not big, but the facilities and safety, there is a candle prayer place. There are goods for sale at the door and you can buy some souvenirs for religious friends. The price is not expensive. Worth seeing!