Lapu-Lapu’s statue is 20 meter high which is made of bronze located in the Mactan Shrine Park in Punta Egaño, Mactan Island, Cebu. The statue was being build to honor Rajah Lapu-Lapu , ruler of Mactan Island who defeated Ferdinand Magellan during the historic Battle of Mactan in 1521.
The Taoist Temple which is located in Beverly Hills, is one of the highlights of Cebu. The temple is beautiful with lots of carved dragons and colours and it has great views of Cebu being so high up a mountain.
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.
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.
Carbon Market M. C. Briones St Cebu City 6000 Cebu Philippines
The Carbon Market is the oldest and biggest farmer’s market in Cebu City, located in the central Visayas region of the Philippines. Now over a hundred years old, the market was used to be the old Cebu Railway’s depot of coal. That is how the market got its name.