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- Ayala Center
- SM City Cebu
- Yap Sandiego Ancestral House
- Fuente Osmena Circle
- Cebu IT Park
- Banilad Towncenter
- Robinsons Plaza
- Philippines Taoist Temple
- Cebu Doctor's University Hospital
- Colon Street
- Magellan's Cross
- Gaisano Country Mall
- Minor Basilica of the Holy Child
- Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral
- Tops Lookout
- Fort San Pedro
- Cebu International Convention Center
- Cebu Business Park
- Mountain View Nature's Park
Where to stay in Cebu
Structures dating back to the Spanish occupation can still be found in Cebu City. An important one is the Basilica Minore del Santo Nino, the city’s main Catholic church which is said to contain the oldest figure of the Holy Child in the country. South of the church is Magellan’s Cross, a large wooden cross commemorating the arrival of the explorer Magellan to the island. Extreme Rides
Thrill-seekers can head to the Crown Regency Cebu, the tallest structure in the city. The hotel has Xtreme Rides on the top floor. Here, brave individuals are strapped into mechanised chairs that tilt on the edge of the building. Visitors can also walk around the barrier-less ledge with only a cable attached to their waist. Beaches
There are a number of great beaches in and around Cebu. Those willing to venture to the north will inevitably end up on Bantayan Island, an old Spanish outpost with great beaches and resorts. Also in the north is Malapascua Island, considered one of the best dive sites in the country. The water around the island is home to the majestic thresher shark. Dive centres and agencies can be found on the island. Closer to the province’s capital city are the Camotes Islands. Beautiful rock islands with underground caves are the tourist attractions here. The islands are also home to excellent beach resorts. Whale sharks
In the southwest area of Cebu mainland is the municipality of Oslob, a popular spot to dive among the whale sharks which reside in the waters around the area.Eating and drinking and shopping nearbyThe food of the southern Philippines figures prominently in the dishes served in Cebu. Seafood is exceptionally fresh and good here. Kilawin, a type of ceviche, is a specialty here. The same goes for the small dried fish and squid bought in buckets in Taboan Market in Cebu City. The Cebuanos proudly proclaim that they, too, have a version of the signature Filipino dish lechon – a whole pig cooked in a pit. In their version, diners will notice the stronger flavours of the spices liberally used in the meat. Being the de facto capital of Southern Philippines, Cebu's capital, Cebu City, has a lot going for it in terms of great shopping. Ayala Center Cebu, which has not only shops but also restaurants and bars, is a great place to start. Other shopping areas in the city include Mango Square, Cebu Parkmall, and Robinson's Mall.Public transportCebu is home to one of the country’s major airports, Mactan-Cebu International Airport, which handles both domestic and international flights. To get around Cebu City and the surrounding suburbs, taxis are the most popular form of transport. There are plenty of them and they are cheap. For longer journeys, bus operators such as Ceres or Sunrays run services covering the length of the island. Short ferry rides can also be taken to reach nearby islands.
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