• Lapu Lapu Statue

    Punta Engaño Rd, Lapu-Lapu City, 6015 Cebu .

    The Lapu-Lapu shrine is a 20 metres bronze statue in Punta Engaño, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines, erected in honor of Lapu-Lapu, a native leader who defeated Spanish soldiers led by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan in the 1521 Battle of Mactan. 

  • Magellan Shrine

    6015 Punta Engaño Rd, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines .

    The Magellan Shrine is a large memorial tower erected in 1866 in honor of the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan on the Mactan Island of Cebu, the Philippines. The spot is believed to be the site where Magellan was killed in the 1521 Battle of Mactan.

  • The Mactan Newtown Beach

    The Mactan Newtown Beach, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines .

    The Mactan Newtown Beach Club is the new name and face of the former Portofino Beach Resort. It is not the same as before as it grows, not the beach, but the name and the fame of the place. It is now under the Megaworld’s 30-hectare township project. The beachfront area, which is about 11.5 hectares is now open to the public 

  • 10,000 Roses Cafe

    10,000 Roses Cafe & More, Day-as Barangay Road, Cordova, Cebu, Philippines .

    10000 Roses Café & More is one beautiful place, definitely and considerably a tourist attraction now. AND NO, these are not real roses. These are artificial, LED-powered roses. That’s why it’s best to go there during dusk until night.

    They say the best time to visit this place is at dusk since this is a really good place to watch the sun as he bids his beautiful goodbye.

    The good thing about this place is you can see also the bay view during the day and the city lights during the night. A perfect moment where you can take pictures is on the second floor of the cafe where you can see the whole area. A restaurant owned and cafe will also ready to serve you for your eating needs. They will also have a pasalubong shop where you can buy good souvenirs. This place is open from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM daily.

  • Cebu Ocean Park

    Cebu Ocean Park, F. Vestil Street, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines .

    Cebu is now ready to welcome tourists and visitors to the newest attraction in the City, located next to the SM Seaside at South Road Properties. The first-ever marine theme park facility from the Queen City of the South is set to take you on an educational, interactive, and experiential through its attractions and encounters program.

     Cebu Ocean Park is the largest Oceanarium in the country that spans a larger and deeper water volume which measures 7- meter deep showcasing a 360- degree viewing tunnel that houses thousands of the most amazing marine species. You also have to enjoy and get a chance to get up-close to the Fish Spa, Bird Feeding and stingray interaction. Surely your day in the park will be full of fun, excitement and amazed of what you have seen and experience.

  • The Jungle Entertainment

    Quezon National HIghway, Maribago, Lapu-Lapu 6015 .

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  • Nalusuan Island

    Nalusuan Island, Cordova, Philippines .

    Nalusuan is actually a man-made island resort operated and owned by Nalusuan Island Resort and Marine Sanctuary. This used to be just a sandbar but later reclaimed and developed into a resort. The Island is a part of the Olango Group of islands and located between the province of Bohol and Mactan, Cebu.

    This Island is one the best snorkeling and Island Hopping because of its crystal clear blue waters and a fined sand. The Island is very near to the other wonderful Islands like Hilutungan and Pandanon Island.

  • Sutukil

    Sutukil Seafood Market Restaurant Chain, Punta Engaño Road, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines .

    In definition, Sutukil is a conventional style of cooking rooted from the Visayan culture. The word is a combination of three different types of cooking, particularly with fresh seafood. “Su” came from the word “sugba” or “to grill”. It’s easy as picking from the fresh seafood selection, grilling it, then eating it. “Tu” is from the word “tuwa” or “to stew”. Similar to the home-cooked Filipino food Tinola that we know, you simmer the seafood in broth and mix it with leafy vegetables. “Kil” stands for “kilaw” or “eating raw seafood”. Imagine raw fish or shrimp that’s soaked in vinegar, presented like a salad. This is our local sashimi.

    Sutukil is a straightforward method without pretension. For seafood lovers, this is practically the best way of serving your seafood. No wonder it is so famous in the Queen City of the South a.k.a. Cebu.

  • Pandanon Island

    Pandanon Island, Philippines .

    The Island of Mactan in Cebu has deep crystal blue water that makes it one of the country's finest dive spot destination. Experience colourful and diverse marine sanctuaries as we bring you with our indelible hospitality experience.