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Top recommendations from locals

“Ayala Center Cebu is one of Cebu’s major shopping destinations offering an excellent variety of retail shops, Rustan’s high end department store, many restaurants, bars, cinemas and much more to enjoy. ”
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“One of the oldest and major malls in Cebu City. You can find almost anything and everything here from budget to upscale.”
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Historische Stätte
“A must for tourist! A symbol of how Christianity started in the country, brought by Ferdinand Magellan.”
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“This relaxing spot is located 600 metres above Cebu City and is the perfect place for you to get one great view of prominent attractions and structures such as the Mactan Bridge and neighbouring islands. Best visited at sunset, the view from the peak is definitely worth the motorcycle ride to the top.”
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Memorial Site
“Built in honor of a man’s undying love to his late wife, Temple of Leah – which is still undergoing construction – has drawn thousands of visitors due to its renaissance-inspired temple with 24 chambers, museum, gallery and library that keep all of Leah’s favorite collections.”
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“Good for shopping, restaurants and cinemas. A large and modern shopping mall in central Cebu. ”
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“SM Seaside Cebu, located along SRP. Quite far from the city but there are some restaurants / boutiques only found here that make it worth the trek (sometimes). Other than those only found in Seaside, you can find whatever you need in SM City instead. I think they are the only ones with the lazy boy cinemas, which are nice.”
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“They have free guided tours every day (not sure how frequent), but I highly recommend to join those cuz it gives you more insight into the history of the place and its significance in Cebuano history.”
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“There are two flower farms in Sirao which are situated next to each other. The original and is dubbed as “Little Amsterdam” is the second farm. Sirao flower farms have gained prominence for growing Celosia flowers which come in yellow, orange and fuchsia colors. The place is best visited in the morning to avoid the crowd. (Although there are flowers all-year round, it can become scarce after harvest. Better plan your trip in October where all areas are covered with flowers.)”
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“Very accessible, just along the road. Great ambiance. Good food and wine and best place to just chill”
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Place to eat
“Has a bunch of cafes, restaurants, & local banks. A local mall is opening here soon!”
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Asiatisches Restaurant
“This restaurant can only be described as “upscale island”. You’ve got the perfect island setting with dining tables on a dock jetting out into the turquoise sea while the décor and furnishings are quite classy and chic. At night, Lantaw Native Restaurant fills up with romantic couples and trendy locals who sit under the contemporary lighting and colorful sky enjoying native dishes with a San Miguel beer in their hand. The atmosphere just cannot be beat.”
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Street Fair
“Sugbo Mercado in IT Park is an open outdoor food place with tables, chairs, tents and where locals & tourists flock for cheap and GOOD FOOD! There are varieties of food stalls selling local street food, from burgers to kebabs to barbecue to grills, this is the place you want to be. You could also find cheap grilled mouthwatering seafoods in this place within your budget. ”
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“We recommend this place because Magellan’s Cross holds an essential piece of the history of Cebu. Behind this cross is Cebu’s oldest Cathedral. Magellan’s Cross is believed to be erected by the Spanish & Portuguese explorers spearheaded by Ferdinand Magellan. It was placed when they set foot in Cebu on March 15, 1521. It was known to be the birth of Christianity in the land. Come and see this place and enjoy taking some photo for memorabilia.”
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“There’s plenty of history to be seen in Cebu City, and Fort San Pedro is one such historic location. First built as a wooden fort around 1565, the current structure is a triangular bastion fort that has been around since 1738. Nowadays, Fort San Pedro no longer houses soldiers but a museum, an open-air theater, and the Cebu office of the Department of Tourism. If you’re looking to be transported back to colonial times, Fort San Pedro is the place to go. Type: Tourist attraction Location: A. Pigafetta Street, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu Directions: Fort San Pedro is a 40-minute drive from the Mactan-Cebu International Airport. From the airport, take Lapu-Lapu Airport Rd to M.L. Quezon National Hig”
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“It's located within Cebu's elite subdivision. This temple is sitting on high grounds and offers a good view of the city also. The temple is frequented by tourists taking interest to experience and see Taoist place of worship and icons.”
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