When you come to Siquijor Island, you are not only attracted by the blue sky but also many churches, among which the Lahu Church is famous. It was built from coral stone and logs, and Augustine Priest-Institute Isidro Labra began building churches in 1857 and was completed around 1884. This is an ancient church with a history of more than 100 years. The Lahu church looks a bit rudimentary and worn and seems to give a mysterious feeling. On both sides of the road between Lahu Church and Lahu Monastery, there are many tall and bizarre big banyan trees. Their branches and leaves are connected with greenery. It is like a large green umbrella for the people who pass through. Living in the hot sun has created a cool world that is also pleasing to the eye. Faced with the walls of these coral stones, we can't help but take pictures here.