With Cebu's rich culture in history and culture, it offers you a peek into the Filippino soul like no other destination.
Let us tell you what to explore in the queen city of the south and the second largest city in the country. Always wear a smile, and expect it to be returned with a bigger warmer smile.
How to get there: Fly with Cebu Pacific or Philippines Airline from Singapore to Cebu International Airport (CEB).
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It is easily the most exotic waterfall you have set your eyes on. The water has an amazing turquoise blue colour to calm your senses. Kawasan falls would be what you need after a long day in the sun. You can also do canyoneering and rafting activities to enhance your adventure.
Moalboal is well known for its marvelous diving spots and huge sardine swarms. As soon as you enter the crystal clear water at Panagsama Beach (the most popular), you will be greeted by thousands of sardines. You can also see other varieties of fishes , including beautiful coral formations. If you want to see corals reefs, turtles and thousands of other fishes, Moalboal is the place to go.
Osmena Peak is said to be one of the highest points in the island of Cebu. You can reach there, popularly known as Habal Habal by the locals, by motorcycle. It takes around 30 minutes' hike to get to the top. You will not be disappointed by the stunning and breathtaking view Osmena Peak has to offer.
Say hello to the flourishing green nature and spectacular view.
Are you an adrenaline junkie? You can sky walk, walk the edge coaster and also zip line from the highest building in the Philippines! You are recommended to visit them at night as you will also get a perfect view of the city. You will be approxmiately 127 metres high above the street. If you are looking for an exhilarating experience, this is it!
Basilica Del Santo Nino is deep-rooted with cultural and historical significance, therefore it is a must visit on your Cebu trip! This church is also considered to be sacred as it houses the revered statue of the child Jesus in the Philippines. It is a picturesque maze of artefacts.
One of Cebu's top tourist attractions, it is the first Spanish settlement in the Philippines. It is built to keep the Spanish soldiers and other locals safe from the hostile natives and pirates. It is an educational museum of the island's history.