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Places To Visit In Cebu

Plantation Bay is a 5 star resort hotel set in 11.4 hectares of secluded grounds 30 minutes from Cebu City.

"Not just a resort, but an experience. Many leading resorts offer extensive facilities, terrific food, and lovely rooms. But, regardless of the purpose of your visit, the one element that sets Plantation Bay apart from all the others is the absolutely authentic "feel" it recreates - like distilled Essence of Plantation Living, suffused with a sense of serenity and timelessness that you will remember and want to come back to."-caption and Photo courtesy by

Mactan Shrine is located in Punta Engaño, Mactan Island, Cebu where Statue of Lapu-lapu is erected to honor him for defeating Spanish soldiers, and Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan in the Battle of Mactan on 1521.

Island In The Sky is a mountain resort in Barangay Gaas, Balamban Cebu about 40 minutes and 50 Kms from the city. It can be reached by V-hires to Balamban.

Larsian is one of Cebu's most prominent eating havens near Fuente Osmeña and Chong Hua Hospital. It is a place lined with a number of barbecue stands that offers similar bbq selections such as;
chicken - wings, thigh, skin, breast, feet or intestine;
pork – pork liver, chorizo, tocino;
seafood like squid and fish
puso (hanging rice)
and a lot more.

Bantayan Island located at the western portion of the northern tip of Cebu Island composed of three municipalities: Bantayan, Madridejos, Santa Fe.

D'Jungle offers buffet every friday night at the cost of P245/head located at Sta. Fe, Bantayan Island.

Sky Experience Adventure located at Crown Regency Hotel and Towers in the heart of Cebu City gives you the thrill and ride of your life at the world’s first Edge Coaster and the country’s first & only Sky Walk Extreme.

Magellan's Cross is a symbol of Cebu housed in a chapel next to the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño on Magallanes Street, just in front of the city hall of Cebu City. It is a Christian cross planted by Portuguese, and Spanish explorers as ordered by Ferdinand Magellan upon arriving in Cebu in the Philippines on April 21, 1521.

The TOPS is an excellent sight seeing spot which offers a breathtaking view of Metro Cebu and the islands of Mactan and Olango situated high on top of cool Busay Hills. Only 15 minutes ride from Cebu City's Lahug area.

Fuerza De San Pedro is located in the area now called Plaza Indepedencia, in the Pier Area of Cebu City, Philippines. It is a military defence structure, built by Spanish and indigenous Cebuano labourers under the command of Spanish conquistador, Miguel López de Legazpi and the Spanish Government in Cebu.


Anonymous said...

We will be in Cebu this Sept.

Thanks for the suggestion and for visiting my blog!

Daddy Kuri

llenov said...

hi @ardee i just noticed you added my blog on your blogroll thans a lot.

i reside in Cebu for three years, but i must say i havent been to most of those places you mentioned a matter of fact, i have never been to the taoist temple, I think i want to go to Tops,

llenov said...

@ardee i had just noticed that you featured me on your blog roll thanks a lot

i am a resident of Cebu for 3 years na but i havent been to most of the places you mentioned here. embarrasing, but i want to go to Tops

ardee sean said...

@kuri: nice, enjoy your stay.. saya dun.. ingatz :P

@llenov: talaga jan ka pala, eh di may tutuluyan na ko sakaling balik ako jan..heheh.. punta ka sa TOPS kita mo metro CEBU.. ;)

llenov said...

@ardee hehe sensya na redundant comments ko.

sure, anytime, re:eh di may tutuluyan na ko sakaling balik ako jan

ardee sean said...

@llenov: sure anytym din.. heheh :P

llenov said...

@ardee how is basyang treating you lately there?

ardee sean said...

@llenov: ayun, nilagay ko sa new post ko - umuungol ang gabi... ryt now, wala pa kaming kuryente at sa ibang part ng metro manila eh.. wala na naman ulan at malakas na hangin dito.. alam ko nasa zambales na si basyang?! kayo jan? :p

juanderfulpinoy said...

I love cebu . I was on trip to cebu a couple of weeks ago . And i find it so peaceful specially the beaches upnorth . Been to bantayan , camotes , moalboal and theyre all beautiful. Malapascua and the rest of the beaches is on my bucket list.. I followed your blog so i can get back and check your updates too. thanks and happy blogging.

ardee sean said...

@juanderfulpinoy: i haven't been in other cebu islands but bantayan but surely i'll find time to go to those islands you mentioned because i heard alot of praises on them. :P