J. N. Jumalon St., | Basak, Pardo, Cebu City 6000, Philippines
The Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary, Mini-museum and Art Gallery is the brainchild of Prof. Julian N. Jumalon, a Cebuano Fine Arts Graduate of the University of the Philippines, Manila. The Butterfly Sanctuary includes the breeding of the butterflies of Cebu which had been opened to the public since 197
The Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño de Cebu has always been a part of the religious history of our country since the 16th century. A visit to Basilica is like travelling back in time, returning to the very dawn of our Christian faith.
It's also a nice place to look at the architecture of the Basilica.
You can also see the nearby church where you can pray and meditate.
Colon Street, Parian Plaza, Cebu City, Philippines
The construction of the Heritage of Cebu Monument began in July 1997 and was only inaugurated on December 8, 2000. It was designed and conceptualized by the multi-awarded sculptor and Cebu’s pride, Eduardo Castrillo.
Whale sharks are spotted in Tan-awan, Oslob which is 10 km away from the center of the town. It started last September 2011 and become a tourist attraction and popular all over the world. Local fishermen’s interact with the whale sharks by feeding them by hand while tourists find it entertaining.
The pictures of Sumilon island looks breathtaking! When you first arrive you come to a nice pictureesque sandbank. We where going to stay the day at Maribago bluewater resort, on the other side of the island.
On the other side the beach was not nice at all.
The Cebu Island is known to be very rich in natural attractions. Aside from industrialization, tourism is another fountainhead for the Island’s vast growing economy. An abounding number of natural tourist attractions have been discovered over the years and some still remain unexplored.