Temple of Leah Mausoleum
Temple of Leah Mausoleum

Temple of Leah, a Tribute to Love, is a Massive Mausoleum on a high mountain in Busay, Cebu. We all hold a belief in love, and love possesses the ability to move mountains. It signifies that our triumph isn’t just about conquering the mountain but conquering ourselves from within. The strength of love has boundless potential, which is the driving force behind the creation of the Temple of Leah. This Temple serves as a remarkable symbol of the incredible strength of love.

Who is Leah in the Temple of Leah?

Leah is named Leah V. Albino-Adarna, Teodorico Adarna’s wife (Ellen Adarna’s grandfather). He built the Temple for eternal love and devotion to his departed wife.

The Grand Staircase
Temple of Leah Grand Staircase

The entrance to this Temple is a replica of the Great Wall in China. The Temple of Leah includes a chapel, library, souvenir shop, and wishing well.

Inside of Mausoleum
A collection of books inside the Mausoleum

It is a perfect place to take photos inside this Mausoleum and appreciate every structural design.

Temple of Leah Scenic View
Beautiful Scenic View from Downtown-City

This spacious balcony offers an overlooking and scenic view from downtown Cebu. It is a place to visit and enjoy this site from a mountain down to the coast in Cebu.

If you have nothing to do or want to unwind away from the hustle and bustle of the city, I suggest you visit this Place. It is the quickest and cheapest way to experience Greece while in Cebu.

General Information

  • Contact Number: (032) 233 5032
  • Exact Address: Roosevelt St., Barangay. Busay, Cebu Trans Central Highway, Cebu City, Philippines, 6000
  • Opens daily at 6 a.m. and closes at 11 p.m

Parking Fee Update

Free inside this premises area but only on motorcycles. However, only limited slots are available.

Entrance Fee

50 pesos per head (Below ten years old are FREE)

Who exactly was Leah, and what was the reason behind the construction of this Temple in her memory? To learn more about Leah’s story and the love that inspired the creation of this Temple, please watch the video below. It’s a touching narrative that explains the profound significance behind the Temple’s existence.

Temple of Leah was featured in Jessica Soho last Feb 16, 2015.

Destination Tips

  • Remember to bring your camera; It is a beautiful place for taking photos.
  • Invite your families and friends to join and fully enjoy the experience.
  • It’s always best to visit this place in the afternoon.

The video below provides the most recent update on the Temple of Leah. Our return visit on May 29, 2017, revealed that the place had not yet reached completion. However, despite its development, people continue to flock to this stunning destination in Busay.

If you are unsatisfied with the video above, watch this 360-degree below.

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