Cebu Robinson Galleria North Reclamation Area
Robinsons Galleria Cebu – North Reclamation Area, Philippines

The city of Cebu is known as the Queen City of the South and it is the oldest city in the country with over 900 thousand population in 2017, making it the fifth most populated city in the Philippines. It is also the center of commerce, trade, and industry. It is considered the most livable city today according to the reviews. For this reason, I have list Top 5 Destinations to Visit Cebu in 2017.

I personally love Cebu not because of what iT has to offer but because of the people here the Cebuanos, for its hospitality and they are very down to earth.

You will likely want to stay in Cebu. The city of Cebu is known for its:

  • White Sand Beaches
  • Beautiful Islands
  • Luxury Resorts
  • Scuba Diving Sites
  • Historic Destinations

Most of the places just newly opened last year not to mention SM Seaside City Cebu, Cebu Robinson’s Galleria – North Reclamation Area and Temple of Leah.

Top 5 Destinations to Visit Cebu in 2017

  1. Temple of Leah

    Temple of Leah Mausoleum
    Temple of Leah Mausoleum
    Temple of Leah Scenic View
    Beautiful Scenic view from downtown City

    Temple of Leah A Tribute to Love, a massive mausoleum, in a high on the mountain. The entrance to the temple was a replica of the Great Wall of China. The temple includes a chapel, a library, a souvenir shop and a wishing well. The spacious balconies offer a scenic view of the downtown Cebu. This is a good place to visit and enjoy the sight from the mountain down to the coast of Cebu.

    Entrance Fee: PHP100.00 per person
    Address: Cebu Transcentral Highway, Cebu City, Cebu

  2. Sirao Garden

    Sirao Garden
    Sirao Garden Little Amsterdam
    Sirao Flower Farm Garden
    Sirao Flower Garden (Mini Amsterdam in Cebu)

    Sirao Garden is a beautiful hillside garden located in Busay, Cebu. Sirao Garden became viral when someone uploads pictures of beautiful flowers in social media like Facebook or twitter. It is a perfect place for families and friends to explore and enjoy.

    Entrance Fee: ₱30.00

  3. SM Seaside City Cebu

    SM Seaside Cebu
    SM Seaside City Cebu
    SM Seaside City Cebu
    Stair Case Design
    SM Seaside Inside
    SM Seaside Cebu

    Opened last November 27, 2015. SM Seaside City Cebu also called locally as SM South Road Properties or SM SRP. The shopping mall owned and developed by SM Prime Holdings located in Cebu City. Sm Seaside Cebu is the largest mall in Cebu City Today and it is the world’s 6th largest shopping mall.

    Parking Fee: FREE

  4. Robinson’s Galleria Cebu – North Reclamation Area

    Outside view of Robinsons Galleria Cebu
    Outside view of Robinson’s Galleria Cebu
    Cebu Robinson Galleria North Reclamation Area
    Excellent interior design
    Inside Robinson Cebu
    Robinson’s Galleria Cebu – North Reclamation Area

    The Robinson’s Galleria Cebu near Pier 4 at the North Reclamation Area of Cebu City is the 38th biggest mall outside of Metro Manila by the group Robinson’s Land Corp. The place is also big and has a lot to offer likes restaurants, cinemas groceries and much more.

    Parking Fee: FREE

  5. Cebu Taoist Temple

    Cebu Taoist Temple
    Very good outside design with a humble dragon
    Taoist Temple In Cebu City
    Structure is just simply amazing
    Cebu Taoist Temple
    A good view from the top
    Cebu Taoist Temple Statue
    Cebu Taoist Temple

    The Cebu Taoist Temple is located in Beverly Hills Subdivision in Cebu City, Philippines. It is built in 1972 and the template was built by substantial Chinese community living in the city.

    Entrance Fee: FREE

If you want to enjoy a fresh air with a nice view from downtown Cebu and avoid the rush and pollution in the city I suggest you visit Temple of Leah, It’s a great place to unwind with your friends and families.

There you have it, if you think you have a great place in Cebu you want to include for my Top 5 Destinations to Visit Cebu in 2017, please leave a comment down below!

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  • Xantal Yap

    I hope I can visit one of the places listed. Great articles.

  • Good to hear you did like the article. Thanks