Outside view from Cebu Taoist Temple
Outside view from Cebu Taoist Temple

Cebu Taoist Temple was opened in 1972 and one of the oldest tourists destination. It is sometimes called Chinese Temple in Cebu and is located in Beverly Hills Subdivision Cebu City, Philippines. The Cebu Taoist Temple was used as a place of worship in Taoism and was built by Chinese community living in the city.

Taoist Temple In Cebu City
Taoist Temple has Historic Architect

Cebu Taoist Temple has an elevation of 300 meters above sea level with an architectural design derived from the typical multi-tiered Taoist temples in China. This place is open for all visitors (Worshipers or Non-worshipers) who want to visit and see the amazing landscape therein.

Cebu Taoist Temple
Cebu Taoist Temple has an excellent view from the top

What To Expect On The Premises

  • Wishing Well
  • Viewing Decks
  • Praying Temples
Cebu Taoist Temple
Chinese community are fond of Dragons in their Temples

Back in time, when I was a kid, I and my family visited this place and I keep coming back once in a while. The place is just like the way it was before, there are no changes to the infrastructure, it’s a good preserve place.

Destination Highlights

  • Family Friendly Destination
  • Calm and Peaceful Place
  • Perfect For First Time Visitors
Cebu Taoist Temple Statue
Cebu Taoist Temple Chinese Fisherman Statue

There’s a lot to see in this place, interesting for any kind of travelers. Not a really big place but its worth the travel. Come, visit and explore Cebu Taoist Temple now. We had time to capture a video below and I hope you like it.

Cebu Taoist Temple Travel Tips

If you’re fond of a quiet and peaceful place to visit, I fully recommend you go to Cebu Taoist Temple. This holy place needs silence to appreciate everything of this temple. It’s advisable to visit this place in the morning or at noon unlike Temple of Leah or TOPS Lookout which is best during the afternoon. The only noise that can disturb its tranquility is your own voice, and yes it is FREE.

Have you been this temple? What is your experience? Please leave a comment down below!

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